SAT 4/29
  I’LL BE YOUR MIRROR:  Andy Warhol’s 8 HOUR Empire PROJECTED IN 16MM!!!
EXPLODED VIEW FUNDRAISER, HAPPENING & feast!!!

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Co-presented by Olivier Mosset ($10 students)  7pm- 3am

 

“The best, most temporal way of making a building that I ever heard of is by making it with light. The Fascists did a lot of this “light architecture.”  If you build buildings with lights outside, you can make them indefinite, and then when you’re through using them

you shut the lights off and they disappear.”

-Andy Warhol (1975)

 

A feast for all senses, EV invites you to our polyphonic living installation of film, music and multiple multi-channeled mayhem. The Exploded View gallery will be transformed into giant mirrored chamber within which will be projected Andy Warhol’s 1964 silent 8 hour/10 reel film masterpiece EMPIRE. This come-and-go event is a first time fundraiser for Exploded View, as we enter our 5th year, to stay strong in our mission of cultivating film, music and provocation!

 SAT 4/29
  Andy Warhol’s 8 hour EMPIRE !!
Projected IN 16mm film!!!

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EXPLODED VIEW FUNDRAISER, HAPPENING & feast!!!

Co-presented by Olivier Mosset ($10) 7pm- 3am

 

“The best, most temporal way of making a building that I ever heard of is by making it with light. The Fascists did a lot of this “light architecture.”  If you build buildings with lights outside, you can make them indefinite, and then when you’re through using them

you shut the lights off and they disappear.”

-Andy Warhol (1975)

 

A feast for all senses, EV invites you to our polyphonic living installation of film, music and multiple multi-channeled mayhem. The Exploded View gallery will be transformed into giant mirrored chamber within which will be projected Andy Warhol’s 1964 silent 8 hour/10 reel film masterpiece EMPIRE. The back of the Toole Shed warehouse will be transformed into a  lounge FACTORY with couches, carpets,  and trippy visuals. This come-and-go event is a first time fundraiser for Exploded View!!

WED 4/26  
Romance, Apocalypse and Moon Landings: Kate McCabe + Gabriella Molina

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Kate McCabe will be showcasing a decade’s worth of her moving image work combining humor in experimental film and premiering her latest 16mm work, You and I Remain. A film inspired by the Anthropocene, You and I Remain is an apocalyptic lullaby, a landscape film mediating on the end of the world. Shot in Big Sur, the Salton Sea and in McCabe’s own neighborhood of Joshua Tree, the film shows us a portrait of the world askew with subtle and moving sound design by Jason Payne of Nitzer Ebb. Local fave, Gabriella Molina begins the evening with a selection of her recent fantastical cut-out animations and light experiments!

ARCHIVES OF IMAGINATION: New Moving Image Works by Barten & Sherman

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EV founders, Rebecca Barten and David Sherman independently experiment with all means of celluloid,video, light, motors and sound. Join us tonight for at an at home show of our latest deep media works exploring exhumation and creation through both old/new technologies of hand-painting, chemical alteration, typewriting and computer sequencing. Expect multi-projector pieces, single-channel work and media cross-overs as well as some surprises from our 25 year archives.

EXPLODED VIEW SEASON OPENER: ORGANPALOOZA!

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EV opens our 4th year of experimental film and music programming with a performance by San Francisco based Douglas Katelus who is touring with his films and a 1960’s Hammond A100 Organ and a Leslie speaker! He will be screening his 16mm film & slide piece Help Keep Film Dead along with his take on Pink Floyd’s “Atom Heart Mother”. Electric wizard Eric Schlappi will play live to PsycMAP’s music video of his epic Poseidonis. Local ambient trailblazer (& Chick Magnet founder!) LANO teams up with Gabriella Molina presenting delights of sound & light!!

WED 8/31
EXPLODED VIEW SEASON OPENER: ORGANPALOOZA!

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EV opens our 4th year of experimental film and music programming with a performance by San Francisco based Douglas Katelus who is touring with his films and a 1960’s Hammond A100 Organ and a Leslie speaker! He will be screening his 16mm film & slide piece Keep Film Dead along with his take on Pink Floyd’s “Atom Heart Mother”. Electric wizard Eric Schlappi will play live to PsycMAP’s music video of his epic Poseidonis. Local ambient trailblazer (& Chick Magnet founder!) LANO teams up with Gabriella Molina presenting delights of sound & light!!

END OF THE WORLD! Iris Film Collective 16mm Film Tour

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(Vancouver filmmaker Ryder Thomas White in person)

Engaging DIY aesthetics and politics, Iris Film Collective presents eight of their new hand-processed b&w 16mm films with a collective theme addressing “the end of the world”. Iris writes, “… the sea levels rise, the magnetic poles switch, we face the mortality of ourselves and those we love and question ideas of identity, representation and time itself.” This unique program pushes the technical limits of motion picture film, imagination and collaboration.

IFC is a Vancouver-based group of independent artists creating, exhibiting and touring film-based works with the goal of increasing the visibility and accessibility of experimental media art. Above all, our interest in ciné film—actual celluloid—at a time when this medium is shifting to a post-industry model, is of key interest in all our pursuits.

THU 10/15 @ 7:30
END OF THE WORLD!
Iris Film Collective 16mm Film Tour

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(Vancouver filmmaker Ryder Thomas White in person)

Engaging DIY aesthetics and politics, Iris Film Collective presents eight of their new hand-processed b&w 16mm films with a collective theme addressing “the end of the world”. Iris writes, “… the sea levels rise, the magnetic poles switch, we face the mortality of ourselves and those we love and question ideas of identity, representation and time itself.” This unique program pushes the technical limits of motion picture film, imagination and collaboration.

IFC is a Vancouver-based group of independent artists creating, exhibiting and touring film-based works with the goal of increasing the visibility and accessibility of experimental media art. Above all, our interest in ciné film—actual celluloid—at a time when this medium is shifting to a post-industry model, is of key interest in all our pursuits.

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THURS 4/16
Queer Experimental Cinema 101

Early show——7:00 PM (free!)

Tonight, a screening of selected pivotal short works from the new and old history of queer experimental cinema, including films by Barbara Hammer, Kenneth Anger, Gina Carducci, Sadie Benning, Curt McDowell, and a special 16mm screening of Jack Smith’s newly restored lost homage to Maria/Mario Montez, Respectable Creatures!! Presented in conjunction with “Open Embodiments: Locating Somatechnics in Tucson”: International Conference

 

 

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THURS 4/16
Queer Experimental Cinema 101

 Special early show……..7:00pm (free!)

Tonight, a screening of selected pivotal short works from the new and old history of queer experimental cinema, including films by Barbara Hammer, Kenneth Anger, Gina Carducci, Sadie Benning, Curt McDowell, and a special 16mm screening of Jack Smith’s newly restored lost homage to Maria/Mario Montez, Respectable Creatures!

Programmed by Rocket Blakston & David Sherman. Presented in conjunction with Open Embodiments: Locating Somatechnics in Tucson, International Conference and UA Institute for LGBT Studies.

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