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Stop action animation, paint on a single canvas.

To make this animation I painted scenes of my daily commute from memory and photographed them. Each frame was painted on top of the previous one, each scene triggering the following scene. I...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: animation, city

Ilene Segalove, Whatever Happened To MY Future?
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Repurposing an ancient confessional video diary made about 40 years ago, this 11-minute narrative creates a poignant and humorous conversation where both ‘selves’ question, enlighten, and warn one another about things in life that really matter...

 

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Tags: aging, found footage, humor, memory, self-reflexive video, time

Rebecca Baron, Detour de Force
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Detour de Force presents the world of thoughtographer Ted Serios, a charismatic Chicago bell hop who, in the mid-1960’s produced hundreds...

 

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Tags: science

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A love letter to the Internet from a feral cat in Brooklyn.

Anonymously published to the web in 2006, Valentine for Perfect Strangers was an early example of an art video that "...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: humor, language, love

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