PERFORMANCE VIDEO AND COLORED GLOVES! Gary Setzer & Tommy Becker in person

Sunday, October 12th

 

PERFORMANCE VIDEO AND COLORED GLOVES!

Gary Setzer & Tommy Becker in person

Interdisciplinary artist, Gary Setzer opens his archives and shares a selection of single-channel videos reaching back to the turn of the century. Equal parts Sesame Street and process-oriented art, Setzer playfully blurs the distinction between these two languages—the aggressively tamed palette of an audience-friendly educational experience and the less accessible lineage of the avant-garde. For Tommy Becker, this evening’s show will explore and celebrate the dynamics of the high school landscape and complexities of relationships. Within these two themes, the role of color in art history, the vitality of lemons as educational inquiry and the ebb and flow in our interpersonal lives will be introduced through PowerPoint and celebrated in song.

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Sun 10/9
PERFORMANCE VIDEO AND COLORED GLOVES! Gary Setzer & Tommy Becker in person

Interdisciplinary artist, Gary Setzer opens his archives and shares a selection of single-channel videos reaching back to the turn of the century. Equal parts Sesame Street and process-oriented art, Setzer playfully blurs the distinction between these two languages—the aggressively tamed palette of an audience-friendly educational experience and the less accessible lineage of the avant-garde. For Tommy Becker, this evening’s show will explore and celebrate the dynamics of the high school landscape and complexities of relationships. Within these two themes, the role of color in art history, the vitality of lemons as educational inquiry and the ebb and flow in our interpersonal lives will be introduced through PowerPoint and celebrated in song.

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NEUE-NOISE! A night of experimental sound & vision

Sunday, October 5

NEUE-NOISE!

A night of experimental sound & vision

Part of Exploded View’s continuing series of sound art and noise events. Tonight’s show, curated by Dave Wright, features electro-acoustic experimental noise with Vox Barbara from San Francisco and locals Skincage, G and Not Breathing. Video experiments and projections from Adam Cooper-Tehran and Falcotronik. Bring earplugs!08-skincage

Wed 9/17
SK8 or Die & Paranoid Park

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Jocko Weyland presents a selection of rad skateboarding videos with a live improv-accompaniment by shredder JLownsbury & friends. Tonight’s second act is Gus Van Sant’s underappreciated skater feature, Paranoid Park. In this film, an unsolved murder at Portland’s infamous Paranoid Park skate park brings detectives to a local high school, propelling a young skater into a moral odyssey where he must not only deal with the pain and disconnect of adolescence but the consequences of his own actions. One of the most darkly intense films of Gus Van Sant’s fascinating career.

THE XX FACTOR

 

Wednesday, September 10

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Contemporary Films + Videos by Women

We kick off EV’s first anniversary calendar with a blowout program of fantastic works by XX makers knocking down the doors of the video and music arts! Come experience a cross-generational selection of contemporary film/video artists including Allison Schulnik, Camille Henrot, Alex Bag, Tracy Emin, Pipilotti Rist, Nika Kaiser and more! Tucson’s own musical embodiment of mixed chromosomal genius, Burning Palms closes the show, laying down their deep psych/folk groove in the intimate EV sound chamber.

Wed 9/10 @7:30
FALL SEASON OPENER!!

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THE XX FACTOR

Contemporary Films + Videos by Women

We kick off EV’s first anniversary Fall calendar with a blowout program of fantastic works by XX makers knocking down the doors of the video and music arts! Come experience a cross-generational selection of contemporary film/video artists including Allison Schulnik, Yoko Ono, Camille Henrot, Alex Bag, Tracy Emin, Pipilotti Rist, Nika Kaiser and more! Tucson’s own musical embodiment of mixed chromosomal genius, Burning Palms closes the show, laying down their deep psych/folk groove in the intimate EV sound chamber.

COME PICK UP the DELUXE DOUBLE PRINTED EV F2014 CALENDER at the SHOW!

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Zoom in on UK film art’s next big thing!

Selected is a new collection of artists’ film and video touring the US in April/May 2014.
Chosen by the artists shortlisted for The Film London Jarman Award 2012, Selected brings together some of the best emerging film and video artists from the UK in a diverse programme of new artists’ moving image.
Shortlisted artists for the 2012 Film London Jarman Award – Brad Butler & Karen Mirza; Aura Satz; Ben Rivers; Benedict Drew; James Richards; Shezad Dawood; Nathaniel Mellors; Matt Stokes; Marcus Coates and Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead – have selected work by up-and-coming, fresh filmmaking talent, to develop an invigorating new programme of work.
Artists in the Selected 3 programme include: Emma Alonze, Sophie Beresford, Nicholas Brooks, Mat Fleming, Piotr Krzymowski, Naheed Raza, Frances Scott, Daniel Shanken, Cheryl Simmons and Edward Thomasson.
Selected will be introduced by Jamie Wyld, director of videoclub (UK), and co-curator of the programme.
Selected has been produced in partnership with videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN).

VIEW TRAILER HERE!

AVANT – AZ !! Experimental Media from TUCSON

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Our first annual showcase of experimental media from Tucson. Come see a burgeoning blowout of homespun excellence ranging from experimental animation to music videos to poetic meditations to multi-screen video performance. Featuring several premieres and including the work of: Heather Gray, Angus Forbes, Tom Michelson, Nika Kaiser, Steev Hise & Adam Cooper Teran, Cathy de la Cruz, Claire Mirocha, Yuri Makino, Liz Burke, Gary Setzer, Manuel Abril, Jacob Bricca, Alex Von Bergen, Andrew Shuta, , Rory O’Rear and more.

Wed 4/30
Zoom in on UK film art’s next big thing!

WED.  4/30 @ 7:30

In-person co-curator  Jamie Wyld, director of videoclub (UK)

Selected is a new collection of artists’ film and video touring the US in April/May 2014.
Chosen by the artists shortlisted for The Film London Jarman Award 2012, Selected brings together some of the best emerging film and video artists from the UK in a diverse program of new artists’ moving image.Shortlisted artists for the 2012 Film London Jarman Award – Brad Butler & Karen Mirza; Aura Satz; Ben Rivers; Benedict Drew; James Richards; Shezad Dawood; Nathaniel Mellors; Matt Stokes; Marcus Coates and Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead – have selected work by up-and-coming, fresh filmmaking talent, to develop an invigorating new programme of work.
Artists in the Selected 3 program include: Emma Alonze, Sophie Beresford, Nicholas Brooks, Mat Fleming, Piotr Krzymowski, Naheed Raza, Frances Scott, Daniel Shanken, Cheryl Simmons and Edward Thomasson.
Selected has been produced in partnership with videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN).

VIEW TRAILER HERE!

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