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Filipa César
2017 | 1:36:00
Spell Reel, Filipa César

Spell Reel is an archive of film and audio material from Bissau, Guinea-Bissau. On the verge of complete ruin, the footage testifies to the birth of Guinean cinema as part of the decolonising...

 

Edward Rankus, The Cage of Sand

If asked to say what this work is about in one word, the answer — which is woven into the electronic musique concrète soundtrack — would be a Joycean one: it’s a “collideorscape.” The imagery is a return to materials Rankus dealt with as a young...

 

Como crece la sombra cuando el sol declina, Camilo Restrepo

Set in Medellín, Colombia, Como crece la sombra cuando el sol declina (Like Shadows Growing as the Sun Goes Down) features tireless car traffic, jugglers at intersections, and employees on breaks, focusing on precise movements...

 

Camilo Restrepo, Tropic Pocket

The Choco area in Colombia is isolated between the sea and the forest. Religious missions, military operations, and tourists have come and gone within the region — coexisting and ignoring each other simultaneously.

Tropic Pocket...

 

Mike Kuchar, Awaiting the Dawn

...Alone, lost and in search of Gods, he waits for dawn to light the path toward enlightenment. 

 

Mike Kuchar, Flesh and the Stars

High above the far horizon, a beacon burns cold, bright and calm.

 

Cecilia Dougherty
Joe
2018 | 07:35
Cecilia Dougherty, Joe

A portrait of New York author Joe Westmoreland. Joe is reading from his short story Sweet Baby Joe. This video was shot in 2014 in Joe's Chelsea loft, and the reading was recorded in 2016. 

 

Mike Kuchar, Collected Thoughts

A young man in self imposed exile sits at the edge of the known world, looking "beyond" and looking within! 

 

Sky Hopinka, Fainting Spells

Told through recollections of youth, learning, lore, and departure, this is an imagined myth for the Xąwįska — or the Indian Pipe Plant — used by the Ho-Chunk to revive those who have fainted.