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Residual Halloween Mashup matter rises up to symbolize the looming national debt! Happy Election Week!

This week in honor of Halloween and the impending frankenstein we are building enjoy a week of gratuitously gratuitous horror! Starting with Space Nosferatu!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the Creator:

This is a performance meant to entertain and inspire.

If you want to help…

http://www.squidoo.com/help-the-homel…

http://homelessness.change.org/nonpro…

As I said this is a performance. I don’t want there to be any doubts about my situation. I am a performer. I have a roof over my head and I have yet to start my own family. But this video isn’t about me. This is for the men, women and children on our streets who don’t have bright green puppets on their hands. The people who aren’t always as easy to see. This is for you.

http://invisiblepeople.tv/blog/

 

A terrific collab with our buddy CineGraphic (aka Eric Krasner) will be screening in the one minute competition at The Chicago International Film Fest!

Our interpretation of “The Human Condition” will be showing, Sunday 10/10 at 12pm at AMC River East.

Read more about the theme below and check all the amazingness at this year’s festival!: http://www.chicagofilmfestival.com/

The Human Condition:

With “The Human Condition”, we are bringing back a tradition, begun at the 4th Chicago International Film Festival in 1968, of presenting a unique competition. We challenge filmmakers from around the world to use the medium of film to address a particular question, concept, or issue in one minute. This year, we turn to the creative filmmakers of the word to explore “The Human Condition”. Filmmakers of all ages are invited to conceive, design, and produce an original 60 second film that examines who and what we are.

The human condition – is it describable? What causes people to start a war? Grow a flower? Abide poverty? Create Art? Advance technology? Pollute the environment? Seek knowledge? Cure illness? Is there a difference between cause and effect, symptom and disease? What is our place in the world? What makes us who we are?


Attempt to curtail your enthusiasm until 7pm! And don’t miss GAF at 2pm tomorrow!

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New contemporary video art screenings and installations
curated by Caspar Stracke and Gabriela Monroy

SEPTEMBER 24 – 26, 2010
Opening reception: Friday, September 24, 2010 at 7pm

Participating Artists:

Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby, Shaun Slifer, Torsten Zenas Burns, Douglas Fishbone, Pere Ginard & Laura Gines, Oliver Laric, Pilvi Takala, Gratuitous Art Films, Julie Casper Roth, Zbynek Baladrán, Estela Estupinyà-García, Arne Bunk, Vincent Meessen, Isabelle Hayeur, David Pierce, Maria Niro, Pavel Medvedev, Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Penny Lane, Joseph Bennett, Ferhat Özgür, Christoph Schlingensief, Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, Avi Mograbi, Basma Alsharif, Aaron Oldenburg, Tamar Latzma, Theodore Tagholm, Tim Leyendekker, Redmond Entwistle, David Politzer, Melanie Crean, Pete Burkeet, Keith Sanborn, Bob Paris, Volker Schreiner, Ivan Faktor, Vivian Ostrovsky, Dave Griffiths, Julius Ziz, Emmanuelle Antille, Lena Maria Thuering, Gautam Kansara, Ken Jacobs, Sam Holden, Nicole Sloan, Jill Epstein, Axel Roessler, Base, Josh Weinstein, Allen Chen, Shelly Silver, Devrim Kadirbeyoglu, Christopher Udemezue, Melissa Potter, Erik Levine, Simon Mullan, Axel Petersén, Liz Rodda, Tomoko Inagaki, Toni Comas, Jonathan Cummin, Vianney Lambert, Magnus Bärtås, John Michael Boling, Wojciech Gilewicz, Jacob Tonski, François Vogel, Flatform, Peter Rose, Yorgos Taxiarchopolus, David Grainger, Leighton Pierce, Phyllis Baldino, Gerhard Funk, Ulrich Polster & Christine Scherrer.

Video Installations:

Marco Brambilla, Adam Leech, Hans Op De Beeck, Rimas Sakalauskas, Till Roeskens, Kristin Lucas, David Krippendorf, Lara Kohl and 0100101110101101.ORG

Live projector performances:

Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder (NY)
Alex MacKenzie (Vancouver).

DVD release:

40th anniversary of Experimental TV Center accompanied by a special program presented by Electronic Arts Intermix. Guest curated by Sherry Hocking, Kathy High and Rebecca Cleman.

Location: 112 Water Street (between Washington and Adams) DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY

*Free Admission to all festival screenings

www.videodumbo.org

Horsepower  is playing at 2pm Saturday, September 25th in the Collision Course
section! Lots of other great videos to check out, view the full
schedule here: http://www.videodumbo.org/10-festival-program.html

http://www.videodumbo.org/10-festival-program.html

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