Visions of Time Travel: Nick Georgiou + Chris Marker

6A is an experimental time-lapse video project by artist Nick Georgiou. While the work is still in progress, “6A” tells the story of a paper sculptor and his relationship to the cities he works in (Tucson/NYC). His sculptures are products of their environment. Whether a piece eventually takes the form of a human, still life, or animal depends on how he experiences a particular location. The film explores technological themes along with documenting the ever-changing natural landscape.

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS TO COME is one of the last works by master film essayist Chris Marker (1921 – 2012). Ostensibly a portrait of photographer Denise Bellon, Rememberence… focuses on the two decades between 1935 and 1955, the film leaps and backtracks, Marker-style, from subject to subject, to a wide-ranging history of surrealism, of the city of Paris, of French cinema and the birth of the cinémathèque, of Europe, the National Front, the Second World War and Spanish Civil War, and postwar politics and culture.

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WED 3/5
Georgiou + Marker: TIME TRAVEL !!

 

WED. 3/5 @ 7:30

Artist in person!

Nick Georgiou’s 6A is an experimental time-lapse video project. Mid-process, 6A tells the story of a paper sculptor and his relationship to the cities he works in (Tucson/NYC). His sculptures are products of their environment. Whether a piece eventually takes the form of a human, still life, or animal depends on how he experiences a particular location. The film explores technological themes along with documenting the ever-changing natural landscape.

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS TO COME is one of the last works by master film essayist Chris Marker (1921 – 2012). Ostensibly a portrait of photographer Denise Bellon, Rememberance, it focuses on the two decades between 1935 and 1955. The film leaps and backtracks, Marker-style, from subject to subject, to a wide-ranging history of the postwar politics and culture of Surrealism, Paris, French Cinema, and World War II.

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Sat 10/26
TUCSON ACOUSTIC HOME MOVIE NIGHT

LIVE SOUND // SILENT FILM
SAT. 10/26

Musicians Naim Amor & Chris Black!
In conjunction with National Home Movie Day, Exploded View conjures our own homespun event featuring musicians Naim Amor (guitar) and Chris Black (contrabass) improvising to the unidentified found trove of 1950-1970’s films of Tucson’s Cordova family. This evening will be a celebration of the small gauge amateur wonders common to many families. Perhaps you’ll identify lost friend and relatives…In any case, you’ll see mid-century Tucson like you’ve never seen it before, projected small in 8mm film!

TAHMN event