Shorts Program 1: Blast Required

– February 9, 2014

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Shorts Program 1: Blast Required
89 min.

Let Your Light Shine Jodie Mack, USA, 2013

3 min., 16mm

A spectacle for prismatic spectacles. Handmade optical polyrhythms and a thousand rainbows explore the grating equation. – Jodie Mack

Peacock Alexander Stewart, USA, 2014

5 min., Video

An exploration of pattern, repetition and visual overload. A small particle unfolds into a mesmerizing display of color and movement. – Alexander Stewart


Photooxidation
Pablo Mazzolo, Argentina, 2013
13 min., 16mm

De-electronation of a molecular entity as a result of photo-excitation. Light increases its oxidation state, at the same time it releases free radical electrons. – Pablo Mazzolo


T
he Lonely Life of Debby Adams
Karen Yasinsky, USA, 2013
12 min., Video

Images and sounds appear as suggestions and are revisited; clues dispersed. Debby waits in a room not really alone. – Karen Yasinsky


The Inner and Outer Vanishing Point
Cameron Gibson, USA, 2013
20 min., Video

An unnamed paranoia is flowing through the American countryside like a noxious gas. Drifting between documentary and fiction, memory and reality, the film attempts to trace and embody this inexplicable threat on the horizon.  – Cameron Gibson

Terrible  Squad Stephanie Tisza, USA, 2013

4 min., Video

LIVE! AMATEUR! GIRLS!. – Stephanie Tisza

Half Life April Simmons, USA, 2013

6 min., Video

Half Life employs audio from the video games; Portal I, II & Half Life. This work attempts to draw upon players’ experience and is influenced by the Greek and Roman myth: that once we die we arrive in a field, accompanied by our closest friend. – April Simmons

Red Luck Mike Olenick, USA, 2014 25 min., Video

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As a sunny day comes to an end, a handful of seemingly disparate characters converge in this experimental psychosexual thriller. Something bad is blowing in the wind and it’s not a good day to go out looking for love. Weeds are growing, the sun is setting…and Red Luck is coming. You had better do the things that you dream. -Mike Olenick