iEAR Alumni & Students show work in onedotzero festival

iEAR Alumni & Students show work in onedotzero festival

EMPAC

April 17, 2009 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

PERFORMANCE, SCREENING, INSTALLATION, LECTURE

onedotzero_adventures in motion digital film festival Friday-Sunday, April 17-19

A captivating weekend packed with visionary new motion graphic video and live cinematic work that spans the range of moving image creative practice, from industry to art gallery. The weekend kicks off with a moving audiovisual performance by Scanner (aka Robin Rimbaud) and Olga Mink and a reception with lush live video and music by EMPAC luminaries skfl and jenkins. Over three days from the mezzanine to the studios, from the Theater to the Cafe, EMPAC spaces will flicker and pulse with sound and vision courtesy the internationally revered onedotzero digital film festival.

http://www.empac.rpi.edu/events/2009/spring/onedotzero/

The US premiere of the onedotzero_adventures in motion festival comes to EMPAC Friday, April 17 through Sunday, April 19, with an explosive showcase of internationally curated moving image. Featuring ground-breaking short film screenings, playful installations, spectacular live cinematic performances, vj/dj events and presentations.

All-day screenings feature compilations of short form videos that represent the latest innovative work in moving image including music videos, character animation, experimental digital shorts and motion graphic design.

Extraordinary installations by Troika and Quayola will be installed in the EMPAC studios and mezzanine, which also includes a lounge and cafe.

Performances include Scanner and Olga Mink's live multi-channel audiovisual performance that kicks off the festival in the theater on Friday, followed by local luminaries skfl and jenks who will bring the café alive with a mix of bouncy music and cinematic video on multiple screens throughout the space.

On Saturday night local musician and multimedia artist Jesse Stiles presents a new live score for and within Quayola's brilliant video installation viewed on a massive screen suspended on the ceiling. 

Quayola will then follow with his own performance, Path to Abstraction a live synesthetic audiovisual event.

 
iEAR Participants include: jason steven murphy (MFA 2002), jesse stiles (MFA 2003), ryan jenkins, (EMAC 2008), and MORE:

Sunday 04/19 @ 3:30 PM — Campus Creatives: A compilation reel featuring a selection of the best in recent short form animation and video work submitted by Rensselaer students. Total Duration: 35 minutes

blair neil: 10,000 (or less)

patrick jalbert: unrealistic expectations

anna cardillo: june bug

eleanor goldsmith: confessions of a conflicted filmmaker

calvert williams: spazio in mezzo

jessica krannitz: the journey of a dandelion seed

patrick jalbert: kodoku

michael bullock: sunlight parties

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