1084 N MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO

GATHERING PIXELS:

The Ceibas Cycle & the Appreciation of a Migratory Archive
A Lecture and Media Presentation by Evan Meaney

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October 9th 2009

Part exhibition, part artist talk. Part technical demonstration, and part histiography; this lecture introduces Meaney’s work in a context of post-structuralism and cinema history. Borrowing from media theorists (Frampton, Ong, Ulmer, Foucault, Baudrillard, Shannon, Derrida and Bergson) Meaney positions the audience to view his work as, not only works of cinema, but critiques of mismanaged and mislabeled memory – be they personal, technological or something in between.

PROGRAM DETAILS:
CEIBAS: PROLOUGE/HOW MAYANS LOVERS MIGHT FIND THE NEXT LIFE
(6 min, video)
LECTURE (live talk, 20 min)
CEIBAS: BENEATH THE PRESSURE OF THE SKY (12 min, video)
CEIBAS: PORTRAIT (1 min, video)
CEIBAS: SHANNON’S ENTROPHY (6 min, video)
CEIBAS: PORTRAIT (2 min, video)
CEIBAS: PROTOCOL FOR A TEMPORARY BURIAL (11 min, video)
CEIBAS: THE UNSEEABLE EXCHANGE OF OUR PARTS (3 min, video)
CEIBAS: SIGMA FUGUE (12 min, video)

Born in Whitestone, New York in the 1980’s and raised in the Hudson Valley, Evan Meaney has been working in film and video for the better part of a decade. He was educated at Binghamton University and Ithaca College from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2007 with a degree in Cinema and Photography. His current interest include post-structuralist media theory, break dancing, and the poetry of hexadecimal code. Evan is currently enjoying a graduate fellowship at The University of Iowa’s Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature where he continues his research and artistic development.



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