Recorded right after a lecture in the music lab. This is part of a series I am currently working on. More soon
Here are some exciting events I will be taking part in the next few months.
4/18/15- Visiting Artist at VSW Visual Studies Workshop
5/15/15-Curating films and screening one roll of Journal of Drifting Hours at Sonic Circuits
5/18/15-Local Filmmaker showcase at Hyattsville Library
5/22/524-Miniature Landscape Correspondance at Soundscapes and Sound Identities, Italy with Una Lee
There are other developments in the works, much more soon!
I had a wonderful time speaking to students and faculty at Salisbury University on Thursday. Thanks again to Tara, Dave and Brook. The facility is top notch and the whole event went without any technical glitches. I was able to cover a wide range of topics and I found the questions from the students to be sophisticated and thoughtful. The event was also really well attended.
London 5 (2006)
Journal of Drifting Hours, live super 8 projection. Footage shot in Quebec, summer 2007.
Ships Passing on the Huangpu River (2013)
I wanted to screen my newest work, but the lecture actually went over.
Super 8 still above is from the reel I screened.
This week brings a close to the Footnotes exhibition, so make a visit if you can, it is really special Below are two fantastic reviews: http://www.nytimes.com/events/art/galleries-other/foot-notes-on-the-sensations-of-tone-24416.html http://hyperallergic.com/177868/the-sounds-of-nature-transcribed-and-composed/
Next week I am off to Salisbury University to deliver a talk and screen some of my films for the visiting artist lecture series (3/12/15). I am really grateful to have the opportunity to showcase my work and to discuss the audiovisual, landscapes, field recordings, and other things with the students of SU. Here is a link to the event. This is part of their exhibition Alternative Topographies In the meantime, below is a clip from a new work I will screen for the lecture along with super 8 films.
A special thanks to Li Xiaoxing for taking a number of us to TonJing last summer. A distinctive place along the banks of the Yangtze River in Jiangsu Province. More on this later
Robert Robertson’s new book arrived last night!
I am really honored and moved to be included in this work.
The text is beautifully written and quite suitable for pedagogical purposes, practitioners, or for someone just venturing into cinema studies.
A must read on the audiovisual!
Here are some links to purchase-
Thanks again Robert!