A really beautiful time last night premiering Scenes from 10 Walks. Great conversation and questions afterwards as well. Scenes is over 46 minutes long, so I was a bit apprehensive about how the audience would respond, but it was very, very positive. I think the ambience of the church added an extra dimension to the overall audiovisual experience. The super 8 films looked great too! Thanks again the Hyattsille Independent Film series for a memorable evening. More soon
Listening to Landscapes is a program which explores how audiovisual artists engage with urban and rural landscapes and how sound can be a central component for exploration and discovery.
1.Wolimierz Windharps by John Grzinich
A series of 3 windharps was built for the Borderline Gallery in Wolimierz, Poland. Each windharp was build to respond to the conditions of a specific location
2. Flicker, Flow by Kate Carr from I had A Nuclear Spring-
A piece built from electrical interference recorded using hydrophones placed in small canals underneath high capacity electricity lines coming from a nuclear power plant in Marnay-sur-Seine, in France.
3. JÖKULSÁRLÓN GLACIER LAGOON, ICELAND, JUNE 2015 by Jez Riley French
Capturing the ultrasonics of sections of glacier moving across the lagoon
4.MEMORY II by Gloria Chung –
Snowland- A meditation on water, ice, floods, the memories of these, and a reflection on the glacial movements of time.
5.ON THE TRAIN TO KUTNÁ HORA…AND BACK by Ann Deborah Levy
A soundtrack of varied voices and percussive train sounds serves as counterpoint to footage from a day trip to the Czech village of Kutná Hora, rearranged and heavily edited, to emphasize the visual rhythms and realistic and abstract images viewed from the train windows.
6 A Walk in December by Chris H Lynn –
An audiovisual walk in a Norman forest.
This should be lots of fun ! More soon.
I am thrilled to report that my film Liguria will be screened next month at NOFEST in Milan, Italy. This is presented by L’emergere del possibile & UNZAlab. Here is the program and info. More links and additional info soon. A warm thanks to L’emergere del possibile for their enthusiasm and vision.