Tag Archives: Landscapes

Landscape Tempo 1-7

An ongoing exploration of the audiovisual in urban and rural landscapes.
These views (occurrences) reflect the rhythm and tempo of isolated or single moments . They are normally composed of one or two scenes.
Occurrences:
Tofino, British Columbia, Canada
Nanjing, China
Maryland, USA
Virginia, USA
Baoying, China
Normandie, France

Note: This project is still evolving and may change, but for now, here is a small sample.

Preparing Notes for SU lecture and excerpt from Tongjing

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

Alternative Topographies: February 2 – March 20 at SU Art Galleries

This exhibition starts next week at Salisbury University. I am really thrilled to be included.

Alternative Topographies: February 2 – March 20

chris lynnChris Lynn

An Exploration of Place(s) Real, Imagined, Representational and Abstract.

This time-based media exhibition takes the broad idea of topography to delve into questions about place: how we define place; the roles we play in the preservation and transformation of place; and how place is represented in our memories, imaginations and shifting experiences of reality.

MEDIA INSTALLATION:  Electronic Gallery, TETC 128, open 7 days a week, 8a.m.- 8p.m.

Artists include:  Alejandro Acierto, Kristen Anchor, Matt Dombrowski, Stephen Ellis, Johanna Evans-Colley, Felix Frederick, Adam Hurwitz, Ron Lambert, Christine Lucy Latimer, Chris Lynn, Edward Morin, Paul Shortt and Filippo Tagliati.

Link is here