Restless Journeys : Recent Experimental Cinema on Super 8 & Digital Projection

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library - Central Library

Restless Journeys : Recent Experimental Cinema on Super 8 & Digital Projection

Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, 7:30 p.m.

Join Sonic Circuits for an evening of experimental cinema from around the globe in room A5. Local filmmaker, sound artist, and educator Chris Lynn curates a selection of four short films including:

Sonic Circuits flyerNarita Morning
by Chris H. Lynn

Images from Narita, Japan between the hours of 5 and 6 a.m. near the bamboo forest.

Hudson River Landscapes
by Patrick Tarrant

Recorded from a 24th-floor window on Broadway, Hudson River Landscapes maps the elevated terrain of Manhattan's Upper West Side where laborers and layabouts, while displaced from the city beneath them and framed by the river behind them, function like secret agents in an unscripted spy drama. Patrick Tarrant is a filmmaker and lecturer in Digital Film and Video at London South Bank University.

Hull
by Tara Nelson

A journey between layers of corporal consciousness, Hull explores the physical memory of trauma, and the psychological repercussions of a surgical disaster.

A Rolling Mind
A collaboration between South Korean sound artist Una Lee and Chris H. Lynn

Shot on black-and-white Super 8 film, audio visual rhythms and restless abstractions create a space for inner reflection. Plus live Super 8 projection taken from Journal of Drifting Hours reel 5. Una Lee is a sound artist, always in pursuit of found sound, sometimes traveling around the world and usually living in South Korea.

Please contact Peter Timko with any questions, peter.timko@dc.gov or 202-727-0321.

Add to Calendar 20-02-2014 19:30:00 20-02-2014 20:30:00 Restless Journeys : Recent Experimental Cinema on Super 8 & Digital Projection Join Sonic Circuits for an evening of experimental cinema from around the globe in room A5. Local filmmaker, sound artist, and educator Chris Lynn curates a selection of four short films including:Narita Morningby Chris H. LynnImages from Narita, Japan between the hours of 5 and 6 a.m. near the bamboo forest.Hudson River Landscapesby Patrick TarrantRecorded from a 24th-floor window on Broadway, Hudson River Landscapes maps the elevated terrain of Manhattan's Upper West Side where laborers and layabouts, while displaced from the city beneath them and framed by the river behind them, function like secret agents in an unscripted spy drama. Patrick Tarrant is a filmmaker and lecturer in Digital Film and Video at London South Bank University.Hullby Tara NelsonA journey between layers of corporal consciousness, Hull explores the physical memory of trauma, and the psychological repercussions of a surgical disaster.A Rolling MindA collaboration between South Korean sound artist Una Lee and Chris H. LynnShot on black-and-white Super 8 film, audio visual rhythms and restless abstractions create a space for inner reflection. Plus live Super 8 projection taken from Journal of Drifting Hours reel 5. Una Lee is a sound artist, always in pursuit of found sound, sometimes traveling around the world and usually living in South Korea.Please contact Peter Timko with any questions, peter.timko@dc.gov or 202-727-0321. false DD/MM/YYYY