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CROSSROADS, Program 7: Apparent Motion—Celebrating the Art of Projection sfc_event_image2
Saturday, May 14, 2011

@ Victoria Theatre


CROSSROADS, Program 7

Apparent Motion--Celebrating the Art of Projection

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CROSSROADS, Program 7: Apparent Motion–Celebrating the Art of Projection
Saturday, May 14 at 8:30pm
Victoria Theatre
2961 16th Street at Mission

Sponsored by Ninkasi Brewing

Apparent Motion celebrates the art of live image projection‚ the cinematic exhibition apparatus exposed as a primal light and sound machine, an invention without a future, ripe for rediscovery. Working with modified or distressed film projectors as if they were musical instruments or with live manipulation (even mutilation) of projected film (or even directly with the exalted beam of light itself), Alex MacKenzie (of Vancouver BC) and the duo of Amanda Dawn Christie and Elli Hearte fuse image and sound into profound site-specific (yet cinematic) experiences. Also on the sound/image synesthesia tip is the East Bay composer/video artist Kenneth Atchley, whose jpeg navigations and sine wave compositions open the show.

SCREENING:
the wooden lightbox: a secret art of seeing (2007-2011) by Alex MacKenzie; www.alexmackenzie.com
Transmissions (2010) by Amanda Dawn Christie and Elli Hearte www.amandadawnchristic.ca
turtle (2009-2011) by Kenneth Atchley www.katch.com