1. A Distant Horizon by Ryan Marino
Remote landscapes contain fragments of strata and sediment suggesting an existence marked by time not man. A vibrant sun illuminates the contours of the land providing a natural show of light and shadow play. “We are lost between the abyss within us and the boundless horizons outside us.” – Robert Smithson
2.Ships passing on the Huangpu River (Chris H Lynn, 2013)
Video/Super 8 film transferred to DV|color/b&w|sound| 7:22
Images of ships recorded in the same location (Shanghai) at different time periods(2008-2013) drift in and out the frame towards their unknown destination.
Here are the details for the Musical Landscapes program this Saturday. This is a massive event so come on out to hear some great sounds and view some innovative films!
Locations include: Canada, China, England, and South Korea
Oserake and the River that Walks by Robert Robertson
‘Oserake’ is the First Nation name for the winter quarters which were set up by the river, the origin of the city of Montreal.
This music/film shows what happens to Montreal in winter, when the wilderness takes over.
1.Cage’s Dream by Simon Mclennan
A dance piece for the camera. Featuring Carolina Diaz – dance. Simon Mclennan film, editing and original music.
2.A Familiar Lullaby-by Una Lee-train journey is recorded by sound artist Una Lee
I am going away for a bit, but I wanted to post some exciting events/screenings/releases: Changeable Weather New Audio Release on Green Field Recordings-7/5/13 Three Harmonies from Suzhou screened with Sonic Circuits-7/27/13 at Pyramid Atlantic
Dog Daze Festival at Union Arts, Washington D.C August 2 and 3rd. More info soon
Saturday’s show at Sonic Circuits was really great! A Rolling Mind was well received and it was a pleasure to be part of the entire event. Being a part of these shows the last six months has been highly beneficial, rewarding, and very inspiring. The screenings will resume in August; in fact planning has already started. Thanks to everyone who contributed and attended these wonderful events, and a special thanks to Sonic Circuits. Stay tuned