Ceibas: Epilogue - The Well of Representation

Evan Meaney

2011 | 00:07:33 | United States | English | Color | Stereo | 4:3 | DV video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Found Footage, Image Processing, Media Analysis, Technology

In part a remake of Hollis Frampton’s Gloria! (1979), in part a repurposing of hacked, 16-bit video game technology, The Well of Representation asks us to reconsider our fear of the liminal. Following the convergent narratives of several voices, ranging from the linearly historical to the cybernetically personal, we come to understand the journey ahead: searching from interface to interface, knowing that whatever home we find will be a collaborative compromise. One where we might live beyond our representations and finally come to say what we mean.

— Evan Meaney

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Prizes + Awards

Ann Arbor Film Festival, The Barbara Aronofsky Latham Award for Emerging Experimental Video Artist, 2012            



LA Film Center
Los Angeles, CA

Exhibitions + Festivals

IMAGES Festival of Independent Film and Video, Toronto, Canada, 2012

Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI

Roots and Culture, Chicago, IL

Gli.tc/Hampshire Conference, Amherst, MA

58th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, 2012

Dallas Video Festival, 2012

Charleston Film Festival, Charelston, SC

Basement Media Festival, Boston, MA

Portugal Underground Film Festival, Porto, Portugal

FILE RIO 2012, Rio de Janiero, Brazil

Festival of (In)appropriation at Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Boston, MA

Townhouse Gallery, Cairo

Underground Worlds, Hastings

Onion City Festival, Chicago, IL

Chicago Underground Film Festival, IL

PLACE Gallery, Portland, OR

Bronx Art Space, New York, NY

Indie Grits, Columbia, SC

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