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Double Feature - Schirn 2017

Double Feature – Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

DOUBLE FEATURE Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt Römerberg, Germany The Schirn Kunsthalle has been a forum for German and inter­na­tional film­makers and video artists for more than four years. In keeping with the motto “Double Feature,” the artists present a work from their oeuvre and a film of their choice to the audi­ence on the last Monday …

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Andy Warhol | MoMA | The Warhol Museum

“My tape recorder and I have been married for 10 years now. When I say ‘we,’ I mean my tape recorder and me.” Project between @MuseumModernArt and @TheWarholMuseum begins to digitize Andy Warhol’s films http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/14/arts/design/digitizing-warhols-film-trove-to-save-it.html?_r=0 …

Mike Pelletier | Parametric Expression

Ambient video loops that “explore quantified emotion” by Mike Pelletier. _ a study of quantified emotion music: Colleen – I Was Deep in A Dream and Didn’t Know It. (colleenplays.org/) Showcased in collaboration with Subbacultcha! x Pllant / Marieke van Helden The music & culture platform Subbacultcha! and Pllant / Marieke van Helden extended their …

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Wonderful London 1924 & 2014 | Simon Smith

Splicing footage from almost 100 years apart. “Wonderful London 1924 & 2014” by Simon Smith https://vimeo.com/93120068  Simon says, “In 1924, Harry B. Parkinson and Frank Miller documented London in a fantastic series of short films, known as “Wonderful London”. Over the last few months, I have stood in their foot-steps, recapturing their shots exactly, and …

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Notes on Blindness | John Hull

In 1983, after years of deteriorating vision, the writer and theologian John Hull lost the last traces of light sensation. For the next three years, he kept a diary on audio-cassette of his interior world of blindness. This film is a dramatization that uses his original recordings. More: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/01/16/opinion/16OpDoc-NotesOnBlindness.html?_r=0 (Source: https://player.vimeo.com/)