Monthly Archives: May 2011

JACKIE GOSS – THE 100TH UNDONE

http://www.vimeo.com/22294553 Jackie Goss is an artist and educator whose research-driven, animated documentaries and essay films have been screened internationally. Her works are thoughtful, informative and provocative, each bearing a unique personality, rich with asides and deliberate in pacing. This interview … Continue reading

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BEN RIVERS – ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES

Ben Rivers makes 16 mm films that balance notions of the document with an eerie other-worldliness. The British countryside–and its curious inhabitants–are his most common subject. Their uniqueness and the specificity with which his techniques articulate them forges a profound … Continue reading

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WILLIAM EGGLESTON – STRANDED IN CANTON

Now that we‘ve shown this on the big screen, I feel allowed to refer small screeners its way. This is William Eggleston’s lone completed moving image work and it’s fascinating for about 60,000 reasons.

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