Liminal Ethereal Space: Foster / Dixon / Domonkos: Screening Experimental Films

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Experimental Response Cinema, Austin Texas presents:
"Liminal Ethereal Space: Foster / Dixon / Domonkos Experimental Films"

May 9, 2018. An evening with experimental film/video artists Gwendolyn Audrey Foster, Bill Domonkos, and Wheeler Winston Dixon presenting (in person) their short experimental films and videos at The Museum of Human Achievement MoHA, Austin TX. For complete information, visit

The experimental films of Foster, Dixon, and Domonkos evoke a dream space, somewhere between film and video, analog and digital, ritual and occult, real and fabulist; a cinematic space that is both dead and alive, perhaps best described as 'liminal ethereal. These three artists employ a regenerative phoenix approach to détournement, refashioning “found footage” and archival materials into experimental films.

Wheeler Winston Dixon has been making experimental films and videos since the 1960s in the underground film movement in New York City, where he spent time working at Andy Warhol’s factory. His work has been screened in venues such as The Whitney Museum of Art, The San Francisco Cinématheque, The New Arts Lab, The Collective for Living Cinema, The Kitchen Center for Experimental Art, Anthology Film Archives, and The Museum of Modern Art. See more at:

Bill Domonkos is an internationally acclaimed experimental filmmaker, GIF artist and stereoscopist. His artwork combines 2D and 3D computer animation, special effects, photography and manipulated archive film footage. His work has been shown internationally in cinemas, film festivals, galleries and museums. His uncanny, disturbingly surreal GIFS are screened internationally from Hong Kong to Italy. See more at:

Gwendolyn Audrey Foster is a film and video artist whose work has been screened in at Outfest, Nederlands Filmmuseum, Collective for Living Cinema, Swedish Cinemateket, Studio 44 Stockholm, Museum of the Future Berlin, BWA Contemporary Art Museum, Poland, Filmhuis Cavia in Amsterdam, and other venues around the world. See more at:

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - 20:00
  • 3600 Lyons Rd
    78702   Austin, Texas
    United States
    30° 15' 40.95" N, 97° 41' 58.0452" W