16mm Films by Ian Curry
Saturday, November 2nd at 8:00 pm, $7-10
The NIGHTINGALE is delighted to present an evening of all 16mm work by Ian Curry. Show will include new work and several performative pieces including new work for 3 interlocking 16mm projectors.
Ian Curry is a filmmaker whose work celebrates the sensuality, magic, and history of the physical medium of 16 millimeter film. His work focuses on manipulating film through experimental processes and testing its limits by way of designed apparatuses for presentation. He often uses hand processing, optical printing, contact printing, and in-camera editing to reveal a passing moment’s brilliance or a presented moment’s faltering truth. Previously of Bridgewater, MA, and Boston, Curry has exhibited his works in gallery, screening, and performance contexts. He earned a BFA at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston and an MFA at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
(2009, color/silent, 16mm, 7 minutes)
HAVING HER BABY
(2009, color/double system sound, 16mm/18fps, 6 minutes)
GOOD MORNING, MY NAME IS MIKE
(2010, b&w reversal/double system sound, 16mm double projection, 13 minutes)
(2012, color/silent, 16mm/18fps, 8 minutes)
(2013, color/sound, 16mm projector performance, 8 minutes)
(2013, color/double system sound, 16mm interlocked triple projection, 10 minutes)
REMAINS TO BE SEEN
(2013, color and b&w/sound, 16mm interlocked triple projection, 6 minutes)
And other goodies!
Filed under: experimental, film, found footage, performance, Uncategorized