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  • Nikki Walkerden: HOLE

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    Nikki Walkerden: HOLE
    16mm film installation. Opening Tuesday 14 April 6-8PM

    In HOLE, MFA candidate Nikki Walkerden will use the Graduate School Gallery to ‘enact’ parts of her thesis, using it as a screenplay that can be rehearsed, performed, filmed and edited in the gallery space.

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    De Martes, Abril 14, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Mayo 2, 2015 (Todo el día)
  • Museum of Club Culture: Kerry Baldry

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    The Museum of Club Culture is pleased to present An installation of film and video work by artist Kerry Baldry. Kerry Baldry comes from both a Fine Art and a film and video background. Within the first year of leaving art college she was selected to make a film for BBC2s One Minute Television which was broadcast on BBC2s The Late Show. (a joint collaboration between BBC2 and The Arts Council, also screened at the ICA and then became part of a touring programme)

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    Sábado, Abril 25, 2015 - De 12:00 hasta 16:00
    Domingo, Abril 26, 2015 - De 12:00 hasta 16:00
    Sábado, Mayo 2, 2015 - De 12:00 hasta 16:00
    Domingo, Mayo 3, 2015 - De 12:00 hasta 16:00
    Sábado, Mayo 9, 2015 - De 12:00 hasta 16:00
    Domingo, Mayo 10, 2015 - De 12:00 hasta 16:00

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  • Espace Croisé: Stuart Pound

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    Stuart Pound's films are the subject of a first solo exhibition at Espace Croisé. His recent works are made from DVD images appropriations of well-known Hollywood films found in charity shops in London. The three videos Chase (2012), Shooting and Run Loops (2013), designed from science fiction movies or action movies with Arnold Schwarzenegger turn vertical what was initially horizontal. They compile image strips and intensify their pace by creating a new visual score close to abstraction. The soundtrack is split with the moving image and creates an intense reverb effect.

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    De Jueves, Marzo 19, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Julio 11, 2015 (Todo el día)

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  • Were the Eye Not Sunlike

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    Were the Eye Not Sunlike
    Curated by Third Object - an exhibition in two parts

    Digitally: ACRE TV, acretv.org (April 1 - May 31)
    Physically: Fernwey Gallery (April 3 - April 26)
    Opening Reception: Fernwey Gallery, April 3, 2015, 6-9pm

    Inspired by the long dark winters of Chicago, this exhibition focuses on the Sun at a time when it is missed the most, moments before springtime. As an object that is both illuminating and unseeable, the experience of the Sun is dominated by metaphor and myth. Were the Eye Not Sunlike channels the mythologization of the Sun and our relationship to its immeasurable power. 

    Beginning on April 1, a three-part video program will unfold on the artist-made live streaming platform ACRE TV. The program begins with Sunrise and its thematic associations of stillness, repetition, ritual, crispness and intimacy. Reflecting the course of the earth-bound day, the following program, High Noon, tracks the warmth and optical energy of a bright, full sky. Sunset, the final chapter, evokes impending darkness, melancholy, loss and reflection. The ACRE TV program includes work by sixty-two artists from around the world and will run for two months. 

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    De Miércoles, Abril 1, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Mayo 31, 2015 (Todo el día)

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  • Film as Film: Theory and Practice in the Work of Gregory J. Markopoulos

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    Film as Film: Theory and Practice in the Work of Gregory J. Markopoulos
    Symposium & Screenings
    Basel, 23 & 24 April 2015

    Basel University, eikones Forum and Stadkino Basel will host Film as Film: Theory and Practice in the Work of Gregory J. Markopoulos on 23 & 24 April 2015. This symposium and screening series is the first of its kind to be focused on Markopoulos, and will bring together many of the most knowledgeable individuals interested in his work. This event is open to the public.

    The Greek-American filmmaker Gregory J. Markopoulos (1928–1992) was one of the key figures in the development of postwar avant-garde film, and a co-founder of the New American Cinema Group. In his exquisitely stylized and dreamlike early films, and in the stunning works of the sixties and seventies, Markopoulos formulated a maverick aesthetic characterized by incomparable formal rigor, fascinating beauty, and the penetrating representation of interior worlds that emerge from the entwinement of image and sound into an ecstatic filmic language.

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    Jueves, Abril 23, 2015 (Todo el día)
    Viernes, Abril 24, 2015 (Todo el día)

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  • James Benning & Peter Hutton: Nature is a Discipline

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    Curated by Ed Halter

    Internationally recognized as two of the most accomplished American filmmakers of their generation, James Benning and Peter Hutton have been making motion pictures since the early 1970s; up until just the past few years, both have primarily worked in 16mm. The two men have related interests in documenting our modern relationship to landscapes, both natural and manmade, but do so with distinct approaches and sensibilities that have evolved over the decades. Recently, they have each responded to the increased difficulties of working in small-gauge celluloid by turning to new technologies. Since 2009, Benning has abandoned film to create new moving-image work exclusively using video, ranging from high-definition cinematography to appropriated YouTube clips, while Hutton has begun transferring work produced on 16mm to digital formats for screening.

    As a result of this shift to digital, both artists have begun making pieces intended for installation in galleries and museum spaces, in addition to new works for theatrical projection in cinemas. Nature is a Discipline presents three recent installations that will show for the first time in New York: Hutton’s At Sea (2004-07) and Three Landscapes (2013), and Benning's Tulare Road (2010).

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    De Sábado, Enero 24, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Marzo 8, 2015 (Todo el día)

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  • Direct Object/Direct Action

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    Television creates political bodies because it happens to large groups of people simultaneously; we learn our stories gathered in bars and homes or virtually together while alone, we cast ballots for our idols all via a transmission from afar. Sharing these spectacular experiences has, for better or worse, made for large populaces more uniformly formed than any that history has seen. Meanwhile, political bodies use contemporary televisual streaming tools to broadcast their own struggles. Directed by television’s innate ability to create publics, and the common usage of livestreaming in contemporary populist movements, ACRE TV will spend February and March 2015* streaming moving image work that explores broadcast art and it’s ability to function as a catalyst for moving bodies. Direct Object/Direct Action will air live, canned, episodic, durational and experimental broadcast works that position the stream as an instrument as opposed to a stage, as well as works that address the concept and histories of political direct actions.

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    De Viernes, Enero 23, 2015 - 18:00 hasta Martes, Marzo 31, 2015 - 00:00

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  • Comparing Experimental Cinemas

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    Comparing Experimental Cinemas, an international symposium on experimental moving image practices. Presented by the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM), University of Westminster, and Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, in collaboration with Experimenta India.

    Comparing Experimental Cinemas is the first event in a British Academy-funded research project which proposes to map histories and modes of global connectivity of artists' moving image across localities in Asia and beyond, and to theorise the regionality of experimental moving image practices. This symposium also intends to facilitate the establishing of a network of exchange and support among artists and other practitioners, who are largely, but not exclusively, based in the Asia-Pacific region. The long-term goal of the research project and network is to establish a sustainable infrastructure for disseminating experimental and artists' moving image.

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    Jueves, Diciembre 18, 2014 (Todo el día)
    Viernes, Diciembre 19, 2014 (Todo el día)

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  • yb150213

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    B3 is presenting an exhibition about yann beauvais's 40 years of activist, within experimental cinema and video art, since 1974. The show is curated by Jean-Michel Bouhours (Curator from Modern Art National Museum Historical Dept- Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris) and will be on display for 3 months from November 22nd 2104 to February 22nd 2015. For yann beauvais: Making experimental cinema is taking into account both an undervalued story, but also examine how non-narrative, are breaking with historical patterns of narration from a linear support: the movie.

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    Jueves, Noviembre 13, 2014 - 22:15

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  • San Francisco Cinematheque Art Auction & Benefit

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    Please join us at the Center for New Music for a special reception and silent art auction from 7pm to 10pm—including fabulous food, libations and music from DJ Keith Slogan with many artists and filmmakers in person—in celebration and support of San Francisco Cinematheque, our artists and our upcoming 54th year of exhibiting cutting-edge avant-garde film and video art!

    Over 50 international, national and regional artists have contributed artworks to this year’s stellar exhibition of drawings, paintings, photography, collage and multi-media installations. We are proud to feature work by Miya Ando, Kim Anno, Craig Baldwin, Bonnie Banks, Tommy Becker, Gina Borg, Nate Boyce, Tim Buckwalter, Brian Caraway, Deric Carner, Alexander Cheves, Joshua Churchill, Paul Clipson, Bill Daniel, John Davis, Nathaniel Dorsky, Veronica De Jesus, Lauren Douglas, Jeanne C. Finley + John Muse, Maria Forde, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, Brynda Glazier, Mayumi Hamanaka, Jeff Hantman, Lynn Hershman, Carrie Hott, Lawrence Jordan, Miranda July, Kevin Killian, Kadet Kuhne, Kerry Laitala, Sarah Jane Lapp, Janis Crystal Lipzin, Walter Logue, Terri Loewenthal, Jodie Mack, Anne McGuire, Kim Miskowicz, Grace Rosario Perkins, Carissa Potter, Kathleen Quillian, Dick Ramsey, Amy Rathbone, Gwenaël Rattke, Michael Robinson, Jeremy Rourke, Alexander Stewart, Chris Thorson, Mark Wilson, Vanessa Woods, Karen Yasinsky and more.

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    Sábado, Noviembre 15, 2014 - 19:00

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