This week [November 2 - 10, 2013] in avant garde cinema

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transmediale (Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey; Deadline: November 10, 2013)
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Stop & Go Made From Scratch (San Francisco; Deadline: November 15, 2013)
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Images Festival (Toronto, Ontario; Deadline: November 15, 2013)
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Black Maria Film and Video Festival (Jersey City, NJ, USA; Deadline: November 
19, 2013)
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VIDEOFOCUS 2014: INTERNATIONAL CALL FOR EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKERS AND 
VIDEOARTISTS (Paris, France; Deadline: November 30, 2013)
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THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMS (SUMMARY):
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 *  The Big Lament [November 2, Helmsdale]
 *  Abstraction Reaction [November 2, Los Angeles, CA]
 *  Spooky Cartoons and Ice Cream Sandwitches [November 2, Los Angeles, 
California]
 *  Beatnik Meteors [November 2, Napa]
 *  Soda_jerk + Cox' Otherzone + Flying Saucer Drone +   [November 2, San 
Francisco, California]
 *  Redcat and Los Angeles Filmforum Present "Bruce Baillie: Two Nights of
    16mm Treasures" (Night One) [November 3, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Redcat and Los Angeles Filmforum Present "Bruce Baillie: Two Nights of
    16mm Treasures" (Night Two) [November 4, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Mary Ellen Bute: Abstronics [November 5, Brooklyn, NY]
 *  Show & Tell: Rosa Barba [November 6, New York, New York]
 *  Now: the Body and the Screen [November 7, Chicago, Illinois]
 *  Open Screen [November 7, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Vagh / Ross : De L'intime Aux ArchÉTypes (SÉAnce
    RÉGuliÈRe Du Cjc) [November 7, Paris, France]
 *  Backbone: Early Vancouver Experimental Cinema [November 7, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada]
 *  Empty Yourself Out and Put Anything You Want In That Space: Stanya Kahn 
[November 8, Tucson, AZ]
 *  2013 Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation [November 9, Chicago, 
Illinois]
 *  Brakhage Super 8 Films 1976 [November 9, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Mark Street's Hasta Nunca: An Uruguayan Odyssey +           [November 9, 
San Francisco, California]
 *  Malcolm Le Grice: Finiti and Other Shorts [November 10, New York, New York]
 *  Shapeshifters Cinema Presents Chris Duncan [November 10, Oakland]


Events are sorted by CITY within each DATE.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2013
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11/2
Helmsdale: Timespan
http://timespan.org.uk/thebiglamentprogrammeguide/
10am - 8.30pm, Timespan

 THE BIG LAMENT
  Margaret Tait's groundbreaking film Caora Mor: The Big Sheep, 1966 is
  celebrated through a series of events between 30TH October and 2ND
  November. Timespan's Digital Artist Oliver Mezger has spent two years
  living in the far north of Scotland methodically filming the remote
  Highland villages of Helmsdale and Portgower. Now, in view of this
  year's Clearances Bicentenary, he sheds contemporary light on themes
  first addressed by Tait in her films, 45 years ago. He has assembled a
  unique group of musicians to perform a live soundtrack for a joint
  screening of Tait's film Caora Mor: The Big Sheep, 1966 and his film Air
  Sgàrth—For the sake of Margaret Tait, 2013. Piper - Barnaby Brown, and
  Alex Neilson's vocal ensemble The Crying Lion
  [www.tremblingbells.com/the-crying-lion-death-shanties/]. Kirsty Gunn,
  Peter Todd, Barnaby Brown and George and Alexandra Stewart will
  highlight the connections between Tait and pibroch through four talks. 

11/2
Los Angeles, CA: Machine Project
2, 3:30, 5pm, 1200-D North Alvarado Street

 ABSTRACTION REACTION
  Saturday, November 2 // 2:00 PM, 3:30 PM, 5:00 PM - $7 for members //
  $10 for non-members, For tickets, visit:
  http://machineproject.com/archive/events/2013/11/02/kelly-sears/ -
  Abstraction Reaction is a site-specific film, video and animation
  program designed for the Mystery Theater that explores the space beyond
  the pictorial, figurative and often the recognizable. - This program
  looks at abstraction as a craft and a wide variety of techniques with
  which contemporary artists forge a lyrical, graphical, and liminal
  visual practice. Victorian decorative borders are reworked as unsteadied
  optic and sonic patterns, reflective materials are animated to create
  holographic effects, film sprayed directly with developer is transformed
  into a rhythmic meditation, handmade lenses and LED lights produce
  digital glitches, a hand-processed film flirts with the figurative in
  this screening. - Abstraction Reaction is: - Scott Fitzpatrick, Bruce's
  Borders, 7:30, 2013, Wenhua Shi, Endless, 10:00, 2005, Lilli
  Carré, Bleedin' Heart, 1:15, 2011, Mike Stoltz, With Plusses and
  Minuses, 5:00, 2013, Jeanne Liotta, Sutro, 3:00, 2009, Pat O'Neill,
  Squirtgun/Stepprint, 5:00, 1998, Jen Proctor, Surfacing, 2:30, 2003,
  Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré, Crux Film, 5:00, 2013, Lauren
  Cook, PXXXL, 3:00, 2012, Jodie Mack, Glistening Thrills, 8:00 2013, Neil
  Young, Slid the Hammer, 45 seconds, 2013, Norbert Shieh, Washes, 8:30,
  2010 - Please note : This program is not recommended for anyone who has
  epilepsy.

11/2
Los Angeles, California: Echo Park Film Center
http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org/
8 pm, 1200 N. Alvarado St

 SPOOKY CARTOONS AND ICE CREAM SANDWITCHES
  $5 / Though it's 2 days after Halloween, we'll be keeping it kooky and
  very spooky at the Echo Park Film Center, with an evening of especially
  creepy cartoons. All dug up from the 16mm graveyard by our own Cosmo
  Segurson. He's betting that some of these odd and genuinely weird
  hand-drawn mini-masterpieces will delight, and/or give you nightmares.
  Ice Cream Sandwiches and Spooky Cartoons? Join us....if you dare!!!

11/2
Napa: di Rosa
http://www.dirosaart.org/2013/04/13/beatnik-meteors/
6-8pm, 5200 Sonoma Highway, Napa, CA 94559 

 BEATNIK METEORS
  A group show of contemporary regional artists who share an interest in
  creating environments for collaborative work and placing film, video,
  and performance in dialogue with sculpture, painting, music, and
  writing, artists Paul Clipson, Lisa Rybovich Crallé, Chris Duncan,
  Christopher Füllemann, and Bailey Hikawa show new works in a range of
  media that provide multiple entry points for activation and exchange.
  Paul Clipson will premiere a new 16mm installation, AUTUMN DIMENSIONS,
  with original musical compositions by Joshua Churchill, John Davis and
  Chris Duncan. Chris Duncan and Clipson will also present a short
  sound/16mm film performance utilizing Duncan's music/string sculpture
  "Platform."

11/2
San Francisco, California: Other Cinema
http://www.othercinema.com/
8:30, 992 Valencia St.

 SODA_JERK + COX' OTHERZONE + FLYING SAUCER DRONE +     
  That dazzling Australian sister act, Soda_Jerk, teleports into our
  fantasy lab for the North American premiere of The Carousel, their
  double-projected séance fiction. Their tandem performance navigates a
  marvelous universe of sci-fi, mysticism, techno-horror, kung-fu, and
  zombie flicks towards the resurrection of the cinematic dead. ALSO out
  of OZ, David Cox' speculation on our tech-saturated near-future stars
  Stelarc in a morality tale on autonomy vs. corporate control. PLUS
  premieres from Caroline Koebel, Thorsten Fleisch, Shanna Maurizi, Pierre
  Conti, and Georg Koszulinski's multimedia ode to Frankenstein, an
  amped-up, hand-processed 16mm epic projected over Georg's own shuddering
  body. $7. X-perimental sci-fi 

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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11/3
Los Angeles, California: Filmforum
http://www.lafilmforum.org/
7:00pm, REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St.

 REDCAT AND LOS ANGELES FILMFORUM PRESENT "BRUCE BAILLIE: TWO NIGHTS OF
 16MM TREASURES" (NIGHT ONE)
  Filmmaker Bruce Baillie in person! Bruce Baillie is one of the great
  figures in American avant-garde filmmaking. Since 1960, he has produced
  a body of films unsurpassed for their lyrical sensuality, expressive
  honesty and formal inventiveness. An artist and film visionary, Baillie
  founded Canyon Cinema in collaboration with Chick Strand in 1961, and
  influenced generations of filmmakers and experimental artists, ranging
  from George Lucas to Jennifer Reeves to Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Two
  nights of rarely projected, beautiful 16mm films celebrate Baillie's
  artistry with vintage prints and the premiere of a previously unreleased
  work. Curated by Steve Anker and Bérénice Reynaud For more information:
  http://www.redcat.org/event/bruce-baillie Tickets: $10 general, $8 for
  REDCAT and Filmforum members and students; $5 for CalArts
  students/faculty/staff. Available in advance from
  https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/928229 or via phone at 213-237-2800.
  Screening: Castro Street (1966, 16mm), Here I Am (1962, 16mm), Tung
  (1966, 16mm), All My Life (1966, 16mm, color, sound), Valentin de las
  Sierras (1968, 16mm), Little Girl (1966, 16mm, premiere, preserved by
  the Academy Film Archive)

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2013
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11/4
Los Angeles, California: Filmforum
http://www.lafilmforum.org/
8:30pm, REDCAT, 631 W. 2nd St.

 REDCAT AND LOS ANGELES FILMFORUM PRESENT "BRUCE BAILLIE: TWO NIGHTS OF
 16MM TREASURES" (NIGHT TWO)
  Filmmaker Bruce Baillie in person! Bruce Baillie is one of the great
  figures in American avant-garde filmmaking. Since 1960, he has produced
  a body of films unsurpassed for their lyrical sensuality, expressive
  honesty and formal inventiveness. An artist and film visionary, Baillie
  founded Canyon Cinema in collaboration with Chick Strand in 1961, and
  influenced generations of filmmakers and experimental artists, ranging
  from George Lucas to Jennifer Reeves to Apichatpong Weerasethakul. Two
  nights of rarely projected, beautiful 16mm films celebrate Baillie's
  artistry with vintage prints and the premiere of a previously unreleased
  work. Curated by Steve Anker and Bérénice Reynaud For more information:
  http://www.redcat.org/event/bruce-baillie Tickets: $10 general, $8 for
  REDCAT and Filmforum members and students; $5 for CalArts
  students/faculty/staff. Available in advance from
  https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/928229 or via phone at 213-237-2800.
  Screening: Quick Billy (1970, 16mm, 60 min.) 

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013
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11/5
Brooklyn, NY: Light Industry
http://www.lightindustry.org/
7:30pm, 155 Freeman Street

 MARY ELLEN BUTE: ABSTRONICS
  A pioneer of visual music and electronic art, Mary Ellen Bute produced
  over a dozen short abstract animations between the 1930s and the 1950s.
  Set to classical music by the likes of Bach, Saint-Saëns, and
  Shoshtakovich, and replete with rapidly mutating geometries, Bute's
  filmmaking is at once formally rigorous and energetically high-spirited,
  like a marriage of high modernism and Merrie Melodies. In the late
  1940s, Lewis Jacobs observed that Bute's films were "composed upon
  mathematical formulae depicting in ever-changing lights and shadows,
  growing lines and forms, deepening colors and tones, the tumbling,
  racing impressions evoked by the musical accompaniment." Bute herself
  wrote that she sought to "bring to the eyes a combination of visual
  forms unfolding along with the thematic development and rhythmic
  cadences of music." Rhythm in Light, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1934, 5 mins
  Synchromy No. 2, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1935, 6 mins Dada, Mary Ellen
  Bute, 16mm, 1936, 3 mins Parabola, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1937, 9 mins
  Escape, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1937, 5 mins Spook Sport, Mary Ellen
  Bute, 16mm, 1939, 8 mins Tarantella, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1940, 5 mins
  Polka Graph, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1947, 5 mins Color Rhapsody, Mary
  Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1948, 6 mins Imagination, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1948,
  3 mins New Sensations in Sound, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1949, 3 mins
  Pastoral, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1950, 9 mins Abstronic, Mary Ellen
  Bute, 16mm, 1952, 7 mins Mood Contrasts, Mary Ellen Bute, 16mm, 1953, 7
  mins

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2013
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11/6
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
7:30 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 SHOW & TELL: ROSA BARBA
  Coinciding with her participation in Performa 13, which will bring her
  to Anthology on November 14-16 for a live, multiple-projector
  performance and installation (see page ?), we present a selection of
  films by artist and filmmaker Rosa Barba. In 2013 alone, Barba has
  enjoyed solo shows at Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León,
  Spain; Cornerhouse, Manchester; Turner Contemporary, Margate; and Bergen
  Kunsthall, Norway; and in the fall she will undertake a residency at the
  Chinati Foundation, Marfa. Born in Italy and based in Berlin, Barba has
  created an extraordinary, multi-faceted body of work that deconstructs
  the function of language and narration. Barba's widely-exhibited,
  acclaimed installations expose the material of celluloid and the
  mechanisms of the projected image, often calling attention to the
  projector in order to reveal the fragility of film as a medium. While
  less elaborate, the short, single-projector works presented here further
  demonstrate her enduring fascination with, and commitment to, the medium
  of 16mm and 35mm film. LET ME SEE IT (2009, 4 min, 16mm) THE HIDDEN
  CONFERENCE: ABOUT THE DISCONTINUOUS HISTORY OF THINGS WE SEE AND DON'T
  SEE (2010, 13.5 min, 35mm) THE HIDDEN CONFERENCE: A FRACTURED PLAY
  (2011, 5 min, 35mm) IT'S GONNA HAPPEN (2005, 3 min, 16mm) THE LONG ROAD
  (2010, 6 min, 35mm) A PRIVATE TABLEAUX (2010, 7 min, 16mm) TIME AS
  PERSPECTIVE (2012, 12 min, 35mm) THEY SHINE (2007, 4 min, 35mm) PANZANO
  (2000, 22 min, 16mm-to-video) OUTWARDLY FROM EARTH'S CENTER (2007, 22
  min, 16mm-to-video) Total running time: ca. 105 min. 

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2013
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11/7
Chicago, Illinois: Conversations at the Edge
http://www.saic.edu/cate
6:00 pm, Gene Siskel Film Center / 164 N. State St.

 NOW: THE BODY AND THE SCREEN
  Curator Jennifer Chan in person. In the early days of video, artists
  explored the camera's influence on the way we understand ourselves by
  mixing performance and the medium's capacity for instantaneous playback.
  In a seminal example, Lynda Benglis directed, questioned, and even
  kissed a screen image of her own self in the 1973 video Now. Forty years
  on, video art has become a hybrid practice that spans from
  performance-for-the-webcam to online remixes. Curated by new media
  artist Jennifer Chan, this program extends Now's concerns into the era
  after the internet, showcasing politicized, carnal videos by artists
  Alexandra Gorczynski, Georges Jacotey, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Faith Holland,
  Eduardo Menz, Ei Jane Janet Lin, and more. 1973-2013, multiple
  countries, multiple formats, ca 60 min + discussion

11/7
Los Angeles, California: Echo Park Film Center
http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org/
8 pm, 1200 N. Alvarado St

 OPEN SCREEN
  $5 / Our cinematic free-for-all dares you to share your film with the
  feisty EPFC audience. Any genre! Any style! New, old, work-in-progress!
  First come, first screened; one film per filmmaker; 10-minute maximum.
  DVD, VHS, mini-DV, DV-CAM, Super 8, standard 8mm, 16mm.

11/7
Paris, France: Collectif Jeune Cinéma
8pm, Cinema La Clef, 34 rue Daubenton

 VAGH / ROSS : DE L'INTIME AUX ARCHÉTYPES (SÉANCE
 RÉGULIÈRE DU CJC)
  Portraits croisés de deux cinéastes autraliennes : Viviane
  Vagh et Jayne Amara Ross (en leur présence) - Séance
  proposée et programmée par Raphaël Bassan,
  co-fondateur du CJC et critique de cinéma. PROGRAMME (durée :
  environ 2h débat compris) : + The Woman with the Severed Side (Jayne
  Amara Ross, 2005, 16 minutes) + Aurore (Viviane Vagh, 2008, 10 minutes
  37) (Présentation des cinéastes et questions des spectateurs) + Free
  Women (Vagh, 2008-2009, 8 minutes 37) + The Freemartin Calf (Ross, 2010,
  sous-titré, 40 minutes). + Ombres et lumières (Vagh, 2005, 4 minutes
  37), + Soulsearching (Vagh, 2005, 6 minutes 08) + Coming out (Vagh,
  2011, 7 minutes 30)

11/7
Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Toronto International Film Festival
http://tiff.net/filmsandschedules/tiffbelllightbox/2013/2440005123
6:30PM, TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West 

 BACKBONE: EARLY VANCOUVER EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA
  The Free Screen. Curator Richard Martin presents a programme of recent
  digital restorations of key works from a particularly fertile period of
  Canadian image-making.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2013
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11/8
Tucson, AZ: Exploded View
http://explodedviewgallery.org
7:30, 197 E Toole Ave

 EMPTY YOURSELF OUT AND PUT ANYTHING YOU WANT IN THAT SPACE: STANYA KAHN
  Artist Stanya Kahn in person! Stanya Kahn's videos offer glimpses into
  alternate worlds populated by bizarre characters, mummified animals,
  natural forces, and primal impulses. Working primarily in video, with a
  practice that includes performance, writing, and photography, Kahn's
  work inhabits a space between fiction and document, and stems from an
  extensive background in live performance. Tonight Kahn will show recent
  videos including Kathy, Arms Are Overrated and more.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2013
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11/9
Chicago, Illinois: Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation
http://www.eyeworksfestival.com
2:30, 5:00, 7:30, Nightingale Theater, 1084 N. Milwaukee Ave.

 2013 EYEWORKS FESTIVAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ANIMATION
  Eyeworks is an invitational festival focusing on abstract animation and
  unconventional character animation. Festival programs showcase
  outstanding experimental animation of all sorts: classic films, new
  animations and rare or overlooked works. The 2013 Eyeworks Festival will
  be presented in Chicago (Nov. 9) Richmond (Nov. 14) and Brooklyn (Nov.
  15 & 16.) The Eyeworks programs showcase a range of animation
  techniques, including paper cutouts, stop-motion with puppets, 3D
  computer animation, and a wide variety of hand-drawn methods. The
  content of the films is equally varied, and includes cosmic abstraction,
  psychedelic characters, geometric patterning, and surrealistic
  narratives. Works are presented on 16mm and video. The 2013 festival
  includes new and classic work from Atsushi Wada, Robert Breer, James
  Lowne, Jake Fried, Oskar Fischinger, and Michaela Pavlatova, among many
  others, and features Harry Smith's Heaven & Earth Magic. Eyeworks
  celebrates animated moving images that express unusual vision, unusual
  approaches, and unusual style. 

11/9
Los Angeles, California: Echo Park Film Center
http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org/
8 pm, 1200 N. Alvarado St

 BRAKHAGE SUPER 8 FILMS 1976
  $5 / "The following films were all made in 1976. I do not wish to
  describe them." … "I want it understood that this 'summary' is written
  for identification purposes only and that it is not intended as a
  statement by the artist on his work. It is my belief that statements by
  the artist, particularly in print, aesthetically speaking, would better
  have been included in that work in the first place. If a film is a work
  of moving visual art, it is its own subject and subject only to itself.
  The extent to which a film can be described is the extent to which it is
  deficient as a work of visual art. If the 'summary of the subject' of a
  film can be interpreted as that which is intended to inspire perception
  in the viewer, rather than as that which attempts to describe the film
  for the viewer, then (the title) is my 'summary of the subject."
  –Brakhage. Program (all works shown on 16mm): Window; Airs; Trio;
  Rembrandt, Etc., and Jane; Highs; Absence. 

11/9
San Francisco, California: Other Cinema
http://www.othercinema.com/
8:30, 992 Valencia St.

 MARK STREET'S HASTA NUNCA: AN URUGUAYAN ODYSSEY +             
  Kicking off a 3-week psycho-geographic excursion: Former neighbor Mark
  Street introduces his neo-realist feature on a Montevideo DJ who invites
  on-air listeners to share their intimate thoughts, blurring public and
  private personae. Mark workshopped with resident actors, processing the
  lingering effects of Uruguay's military dictatorship, illegal abortion
  issues, and the emergence of a contemporary South American subjectivity.
  Cinéma vérité scenography parlays the ramshackle port city as a
  compelling counterpoint to callers' voices, rendering a post-colonial
  identity within its architectural vestiges. We open the show with free
  Yerba Maté tea and two of Mark's shorts, Happy? and Trailer Trash.
  street's streets 

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2013
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11/10
New York, New York: Millennium Film Workshop
http://www.millenniumfilm.org/
6:30pm, 119 Ingraham St

 MALCOLM LE GRICE: FINITI AND OTHER SHORTS
  BROOKLYN FIREPROOF GALLERY, 119 INGRAHAM ST, BUSHWICK Malcolm Le Grice
  gave his first New York show in the early 1970's at the Millennium Film
  Workshop followed over the years at Millennium by other screenings and
  the famous or infamous public debate with P.Adams Sitney. Since then he
  has regularly shown new work in major galleries around the world. He
  makes a rare return to New York to show multi-screen works at Eyebean in
  Performa 13 and this special one-off screening at Millennium. He will
  project the premiere of a NEW version of 'FINITI' – a 45 minute piece
  originally produced as a six screen video at Tate Modern in 2010. The
  program will include a selection from his portrait series including:
  Jonas Mekas, shot at his 90th in London; Anthony McCall in Dundee; the
  late Dennis Oppenheim; and a Self Portrait reflecting on time and the
  speed of light. He will include one early film – a double projection
  version of 'Berlin Horse' with music by Brian Eno and a recent abstract
  work 'Digital Aberration'. Suggested $8

11/10
Oakland: Shapeshifters Cinema
http://shapeshifterscinema.com/
8-9PM, 511 48th St. Oakland

 SHAPESHIFTERS CINEMA PRESENTS CHRIS DUNCAN
  Utilizing harmonicas, tuning forks and looping stations, Oakland based
  artist Chris Duncan will create an immersive, quadraphonic sonic
  response to a series of videos comprised of captured natural light. The
  piece is an acknowledgement of the phenomena that human beings are drawn
  to and capture aspects of natural light via film, digital means and
  video, with and without real purpose. The visual portion of the
  performance is comprised of several interpretations of this pursuit made
  by Maria Otero, Ryan Wallace, Lauren Douglas and Hilary Wiedemann –
  people who are equally fascinated with light. This will be a meditative,
  immersive experience. 


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