Moving_Image_00:06 Chicago screens Rozanski's 'A New Kind of Ray'

Moving_Image_00:06 will be hosted by Dfbrl8r on October 27th. Doors open at 6.30pm.

@moving_image_0000 is happy to announce the participating artists for our sixth screening, guest curated by @photoandkioto alongside Directors @santina_amato and @skskaggs
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Emma Rozanski
@aparticularfilm
Caitlin Ryan
@vito_montana_69
Ally Fouts
@ally.fouts
Lisa Barcy
@lbarcy
L Koo
@catatonicrobots
Morgan Green
@howshekilledit
Pamela Hadley
@nosleeptillinstall
Lia Call and Harvey Hayes
@girldick69 @goodboy.baddog
Marina Resende Santos
@nosleeptillinstall
Kandis Friesen
@marinaresende.s
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Moving_Image_00:06 screens on October 27th at @dfbrl8r

About Kioto (Moving_Image_00:06 Guest Curator):
Kioto Aoki is a visual artist whose practice includes photography, film, books and installations to explore different modes of perception. Using the nuances of time, space, form, light and motion, engage the material specificity of the analogue image and image-making process.

About Dfbrl8r Gallery (Moving_Image_00:06 Hosting Organization):
DFBRL8R [also known as. Defibrillator Gallery or dfb] was formed in 2010 as a platform for Performance Art. Contextualizing performance within the realm of visual art, DFBRL8R embraces those who look to the body in concert and conversation with time, space, object, nature, architecture, or society.

About Santina (Founder & Director):
Santina Amato is an Australian born multi-disciplinary artist, receiving an MFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago in 2017. Her video works have been screened at ExFest Film & Video Festival, Chicago, Brooklyn Public TV, New York, Hatched Northside Film Festival, New York and The International Women’s Day Video Screening, Australia. She is currently working on an ongoing portrait photographic and video series supported by the 2019 DCASE IAP Grant.

About Sarah (Co-Director): Sarah Kathryn Skaggs is an independent administrator, organizer, and curator in Chicago. Currently overseeing program development for Chicago-based performance collective Every house has a door and assisting with the forthcoming Goat Island Archive Exhibitions in Spring of 2019 at the Chicago Cultural Center. She completed her MA Arts Administration and Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in 2016 and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Missouri with BA in Art History and an BS in Business Administration (2007).
About Moving_Image_00:00

Since it's launch in the Fall of 2016, Moving_Image_00:00 has presented the moving image works of 62 artists and five collaborative teams, showcasing works by Chicago-based artists through an open call. Moving_Image_00:00 is hosted at various galleries across Chicago and is a biannual festival that defines itself as a festival of all forms of the moving image, unique to that of a film festival. From digital and hand drawn animation to polished short films, gifs to experimental performance for video, Moving_Image_00:00's mission is to celebrate and create public screening opportunities for local artists.

Gonzalo Escobar Mora & Emma Rozanski to exhibit at No Nation, Chicago - Sat 28th Sep

Our Emma Rozanski and Gonzalo Escobar Mora will have an exhibition of their short films and video art at The No Nation Gallery and Unspace Lab in Wicker Park, Chicago, Saturday 28th September 2019 from 6:44pm. They will be screening a selection of short film and some video art works, which will also be accompanied on the night by performances by local artists.

EVENT INFO:

https://www.facebook.com/events/674657989686256/

Experimental film 'Sutures of a Landscape' selected for Bali International Short Film Festival

Emma Rozanski’s single-channel video art film ‘Sutures of a Landscape’ will screen in the experimental section of MINIKINO FILM WEEK - Bali’s International Short Film Festival - 5th to 12th October 2019

The film - a handmade landscape of wildlife observed from dusk to dawn - was made during her artist residency at Chicago’s International Museum of Surgical Science, using shadow puppets created from antique surgical tools and apothecary objects from the Museum’s collection - the soundscape was also using these same objects.

Festival website: http://minikino.org/filmweek/

SCREENINGS:

·         OMAH APIK, Monday 7/10, at 19:15:00 WITA / GMT +8

·         UMA SEMINYAK, Tuesday 8/10, at 18:30:00 WITA / GMT +8

Rozanski's video art piece screens in Durham tomorrow!

‘A New Kind of Ray’ screens on Weds 24th July 2019 at The Station House in Durham, UK as part of PROJECT/POETRY is Broken - a night of video projection and spoken word.

DETAILS HERE

Join Lee and Alex, the writer and artist-in-residence at Josephine Butler College, for a spoken word and video projection evening at The Station House on Wednesday 24th July from 7pm.

In collaboration with the Middle Common Room of Josephine Butler, the night will showcase the very best of visual artists and spoken word performers responding to the theme of 'perspective'.

Experimental Films and Video Poems to screen 'A New Kind of Ray'

Emma Rozanski’s video installation ‘A New Kind of Ray’ has been invited to be part of AT THE FRINGE film screenings 2019 - a festival of Experimental Films and Video Poems

When/Where: TRANÅS, SWEDEN

INTERNATIONAL 2

Monday, 1st July - 18:00h

Wednesday, 3rd July - 11:00h

www.facebook.com/events/622884411564507/

Festival Dates: 29 June  – 4 Jul

Website: https://www.atthefringe.org/film

About:

at the Fringe

INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL

29 JUNE - 6 JULY 2019

TRANÅS, SWEDEN 

ENG / For eight days in July, practitioners from Sweden and other countries working with different disciplines (visual art, literature, dance and film) will meet and conduct around 70 events. The festival is a free-entrance event, held once-a-year and it is now at its sixth edition!

SWE / Under åtta dagar i juli kommer utövare från Sverige och andra länder från olika discipliner inom konst, litteratur, dans och film att träffas och genomföra runt 70 evenemang. Festivalen är årligt återkommande och den sjätte!

Follow the festival events here:

Artiklar

 (in Swedish)

Bistrik7 mentor Béla Tarr to show new work in Vienna

Bistrik7 are so very excited and our hearts are so very warmed by the announcement that our beloved mentor, Bela Tarr from our film.factory family, is presenting a new work:

Béla Tarr: Missing People

DATES

Thu, 13. June, 6.00pm , 9.00pm 
Fri, 14. June, 6.00pm , 9.00pm 
Sat, 15. June, 6.00pm , 9.00pm 
Sun, 16. June, 6.00pm , 9.00pm

LOCATION

Halle E im MuseumsQuartier 
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien

On 15 June both screenings of Missing People by Béla Tarr offer free admission to everyone who can present a current issue of the Viennese street newspaper Augustin.
Subject to availability, tickets can be obtained on 15 June from the evening box office in the foyer of Halle E+G at MuseumsQuartier.

FESTWOCHEN EXTRAS

Masterclass with Béla Tarr
Talk with Béla Tarr and Jacques Rancière

INTERVIEW

About the piece:

Vienna is the city with the highest quality of living in the world – this was confirmed yet again in 2018. But the city’s immaculate façade made of Habsburg splendour, Sacher torte and snow-white Lipizzaner horses is only half the story. Many inhabitants do not fit into this picture and are hidden from sight owing to poverty and social hierarchies. Béla Tarr’s Missing People makes them visible again. Tarr’s magnum opus, Sátántangó, is widely regarded as one of the most important works in film history. And according to his director colleague Gus Van Sant, the Hungarian comes closer to the actual rhythm of life than virtually any other filmmaker. This is also true for his new project, which is his first time directing after a long creative break. Using just a few shots, Tarr shows these invisible people in the kind of place to which they would normally have no access. This work, created in the intersection of film, installation and performance, will be presented exclusively during the Wiener Festwochen – at the filming location itself. While the visitors remain amongst themselves, only traces of the protagonists are left behind. A powerful plea for humanity.

(courtesy of https://www.festwochen.at/en/programme/programme/detail/missing-people/ )

Labocine - Science/Art Digital Magazine

Emma Rozanski’s 2-channel video installation ‘A New Kind of Ray’ is screening in the May issue of LABOCINE, titled: Body Images. You can watch the film throughout May, along with other science/art films from around the globe.

Link to the video: https://www.labocine.com/film/2219

Link to the current issue as a whole: https://www.labocine.com/film/2219

About the Issue: Our skin is a complex organ. It is a membrane, a thin dividing surface between our bodies and all that lies within us and the exterior world without, a protective container for the fluid memory of the seas we carry within us. It is also a direct interface between the two: it conveys tactile information to our nervous systems and identifying information to others around us. Thus it both partitions and connects. Though the skin is undeniably of vital importance, the ways in which it is important shift with social changes: the meanings attached to skin and physical attributes are not fixed. And where lies identity, then, within or on our surfaces? In the brain, the consciousness, or even the microbiome? The films in this issue seek out identity and body as they move back and forth across the barrier of the skin, from our sun-buffering melanocytes to our particular neurochemistries, visiting in the process the many other meanings invested in our bodies: desire and reproduction, health and disease, life and death, yoga class and beach.

About Labocine: Labocine is an Imagine Science Films initiative to extend film programming to a broader and more diverse audience. They have over 1,500 film titles from 200 countries for all ages brought to you by artists, scientists, filmmakers and educators.

Roman Susan Gallery and Wedge Projects screen Rozanski's experimental dance film

‘On the Motion of the Heart and the Blood’, an experimental dance film by Emma Rozanski, made as part of The International Museum of Surgical Science’s Summer/Autumn Residency 2018, will screen in Chicago in a group video show at The Roman Susan Gallery and Wedge Projects streetlight space.

Works will be on two monitors at Wedge 24/7, and projected at Roman Susan after dark – both sites visible from the street when the spaces are closed. Video will be on view at Wedge May 6-26, at Roman Susan May 7-24. Both sites will be playing video on random shuffle. 

'A new kind of ray' to screens in the No Flash Video Show

Emma Rozanski’s video installation ‘A New Kind of Ray’ will screen at the No Flash Video Show - MAY 3-4 - New Jersey - FREE EVENT

Dedicated to showcasing ambitious new works by emerging filmmakers and time-based artists, NOFLASH 2019 will feature 29 works from 11 countries, in three avant-garde short film programs – Corporeal Considerations, Autobios & Animations, and Pensive Portraiture – as well as a popup video art exhibition, and a reception with performances. Reserve your free tickets and learn more at NOFLASHvideo.org. Sponsored by the Rutgers Filmmaking Center and the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University.

This video installation was originally created during Rozanski’s artist residency at Chicago’s International Museum of Surgical Science and exhibited there in her solo exhibition in November 2018. It features narration by Darryl Foster.

On the Motion of the Heart and the Blood in Chicago's STREETLIGHT exhibition

Our Emma Rozanski’s dance-video installation ‘On the Motion of the Heart and the Blood’ will be exhibited in Chicago next week (4/8 - 4/14) as part of the Roman Susan Gallery’s STREETLIGHT series at Wedge Projects (Howard Street).

The work will be projected in the window of the gallery 24/7 during the week 4/8 - 4/14 , along with a piece by Tracy Miller-Robbins - so put on your spring walking shoes and take a stroll on by Chicago (it’ll be visible from the street). 

ON THE MOTION OF THE HEART AND THE BLOOD was originally made during Rozanski’s Artist Residency at Chicago’s International Museum of Surgical Science in 2018. The piece was also photographed by @Bistrik7 ‘s Gonzalo Escobar Mora, and performed by Sienna Broglie and Steveie Stevens of SAIC.

Streetlight at Wedge Projects, 1448 West Howard Street, Chicago, IL, USA
January 7, 2019 - May 26, 2019