1084 N MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO

BASEMENT MEDIA #5

 Lo Fi-Lo Def-Lo Tech Moving Image Works
Curator  LJ Frezza in attendance!

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Saturday, July 18, 7 pm, $7-10
The Nightingale Cinema, 1084 N Milwaukee, Chicago, IL

The BASEMENT MEDIA FESTIVAL is an annual traveling screening event, showcasing contemporary low-fidelity moving image works. Founded in response to hi-res commercial media and corporate-sponsored film fests, Basement is a celebration of the mediated experience as an aesthetic experience. We’ll be presenting a mix’dprogram of celluloid and .movs this year, so def drag yrself over for a wide array of glitch’d fuzzy, faded, and scratch’d. B THERE & B SQUARE. CU SOON.

 

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Yates – The Bags, Probably 1971 – 5 mins

Jarrett Hayman – Me, Dancing – 2 mins

John Wilson – How To Remain Single – 17 mins

Amelia Johannes – Family Crockery (Whiteness) – 2 mins

Eric Stewart – Wake – 8 mins

Paul Turano – Toward the Flame – 5 mins

Jared Hutchinson – The Infinity Scroll, pt. II – 3 mins

Hannah Piper Burns – Outer Darkness – 11 mins

Henning Frederik Malz – Rest in Me – 6 mins

Felipe Steinberg – Tudo Referente a Frio: Rua César Bierrenbach, 181, Campinas – 15 mins

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Watch the trailer here. // More info on tour dates and the fest in general here. // BASEMENT is co-organized by LJ FREZZA and NICHOLAS TAMBURO



Filed under: archival, documentation, experimental, found footage, music, narrative, new media, Uncategorized, video

RUN OF LIFE: AESTHELETICS

Co-presented with LIVE TO TAPE
Artist Television Festival

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Monday, May 18th,  7 pm, $10-12
Links Hall, 3111 N Western Ave, Chicago, IL
Purchase tickets here.

Sports remains America’s favourite sport. We’re here to watch games, to watch the unending machinations of humans in intractable situations, trying to be best and bounce within and against a series of rules. Sure, games are a metaphor but so’s everything. Monica Panzarino opens the whole event with an anthem performed with her Freqshift/Reverb Audio Bra. Seth Vanek hosts a variety show. TVTV takes us to the Super Bowl (featuring Bill Murray in his Links Hall debut). Dara Birnbaum skates cut through hospital soap. Josh Weissbach contends with the dire consequences of head-to-head combat head-to-head, while Christine Lucy Latimer scrambles the signals, signifiers and a few faces. Chris Collins provides a post-show wrap-up, using another form of aesthletics—making a piece over the course of the evening.

Monica Panzarino — Monica Panzarino Sings The Star-Spangled Banner
Dara Birnbaum — Pop-Pop Video: General Hospital/Olympic Women Speed Skate
Josh Weissbach — Football Films Presents
Run of Life — Eligible Receiver (Hand Off from Ivan Ladislav Galeta)
TVTV — TVTV Goes to the Super Bowl
Christine Lucy Latimer — Mosaic
Seth Vanek — Talk Show
Chris Collins — Post-Show Wrap-Up

LIVE TO TAPE Artist Television Festival, a week-long — of performances and screenings of — May 18-24, curated by Links Hall Artistic Associate Jesse Malmed. Seven days of live talk shows, historical and contemporary moving image works and commissioned performances, television-as object, as concept, as antagonist, as material, as form, as inspiration-is unscrambled and reconceived. By turns hilarious and heartfelt, wonky and wild,Live to Tape gives us a glimpse into the futures and pasts of artist television. Over the course of the festival, Live to Tape will present a wide variety of performances and screenings organized into eight different video screening programs each followed by a talk show.

RUN OF LIFE is a co-curated experimental documentary and expanded media series held at Constellation every third Monday of the month. The series pairs a recent feature experimental documentary with a short nonfiction work in any number of mediums – performance, video short, interactive presentation, audio doc, etc. At each event, a post screening Q&A will be moderated by either a local expert engaged in the movie’s subject matter or an artist involved in the making of the work. RUN OF LIFE seeks to join experimental and documentary media audiences while exploring experimental tactics within representations of reality; the empathetic connection that is built through sensory experience rather than factual arguments; and aesthetic shifts in documentary that come with the breakdown of the fourth wall.  RUN OF LIFE is co-curated by  Christy LeMaster, Beckie Stochetti, Robin Amer, Jillian Hansen-Lewis, Sally Lawton, & Jenny Miller

Special thanks to Media Burn and Video Data Bank for their support of this program.

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Filed under: archival, artist in attendance, documentary, documentation, experimental, feminism, found footage, music, new media, opening, queer, surveillance, Uncategorized, video

HOME VIDEO DAY!

Home Video Day 2015

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Saturday, April 18, 1-5 pm, FREE!
The Nightingale Cinema, 1084 N Milwaukee, Chicago, IL

Can’t play your old home videos?
Have awesome stuff that you must share?
Bring ’em with you and watch them on the big screen!

VHS, Betamax, Hi-8, Video8, VHS-C, Mini-DV

Learn about digitizing and preserving your videos!

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homevideodaychicago@aol.com

 

Watch our trailer here!

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Filed under: anarchy, archival, documentation, found footage, Free Screening!, video

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