Throughout his six-decade career, Tony Conrad (1940–2016) forged his own path through numerous artistic movements, from Fluxus to the Pictures Generation and beyond. Conrad, a 1962 graduate of Harvard University, made visits to both Harvard and MIT over the years to present his work, and he had formative experiences at both universities.
Friday, October 19, 2018 (All day) to Friday, November 30, 2018 (All day)
Inspired by America’s next generation, Oscillation Transia is a (3rd year) film festival in service of the environment, solar energy, and community culture. The film festival celebrates sustainability by hosting low-impact film screenings throughout America’s diverse natural landscape using only renewable solar energy, and traveling the United States with a leave-no-trace perspective
Repeats every week 1 times. Also includes Sat Jan 26 2019, Tue Feb 19 2019.
Visual artist, Joseph Bernard was born in Port Chester, NY, educated at the University of Hartford Art School and School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he studied with independent filmmaker, Stan Brakhage.
For 35 years, Professor Emeritus, Bernard taught fine arts at Detroit’s College for Creative Studies. Experimental collage sensibilites are evident in his paintings, films and photographs. Contemporary poetry and music remain as influences. His work is informed by travels to Provincetown, Southern California, Austin, Nashville and other locales.
Microscope is very pleased to present an evening of 16mm films by Jennifer Reeves spanning two and a half decades from her first film “Elations in Negative” (1990) to her latest “Color Neutral” (2014), including the rarely shown dual superimposition projection work “He Walked Away” (2006).
Part of Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN), FLAMIN Productions is a major commissioning scheme which aims to support the most exciting, innovative and challenging moving image projects with development, production finance and bespoke mentoring opportunities.
FLAMIN Productions is the only scheme of its kind in the UK. It commissions new, important and substantial moving image artworks that are ambitious in premise and duration, with an emphasis on projects that have strong potential for national and international exhibition and distribution.
Join us for a celebration of the surreal side of cinema! Frinin & Bok specialize in pushing the boundaries of experimental film. Their projects have included shorts, commissioned pieces, music videos and feature films. On 4th October they are bringing together a selection of like-minded filmmakers to showcase their work.
The night will serve as a great networking event and an appreciation night for all those who love experimental art or just want something a little bit different.
Join us on Saturday, September 29 at 6pm for a special evening with filmmaker Peggy Ahwesh, organized in parallel to e-flux journal's currentdouble issue on feminism(s). The evening features a screening of Ahwesh's films The Star Eaters (2003), Alluvium (2015), The Blackest Sea (2017), and The Falling Sky (2017), followed by a discussion between Ahwesh and film scholar Michele Pierson.