...it was orange!
Curator and performer, artist Karin Balog will be screening film, performance, music... with the idea of 'Day vs. Night'...With four of my films...
Glad to be in this festival....
Living With Buildings is a festival of films that explore themes of people, poetry and place to understand how we live within the built environment of cities and urban spaces.
Past work has focussed on how we move through streets, the decline of social housing and the rise gentrification, roads to nowhere, and the spaces in between.
Rooted in the UK city of Coventry, famed for its iconic ringroad and modernist architecture and reinvention as a city rising from the ashes and ruins of arial bombing in World War Two.
Find LWBIII on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/events/3239112269746920
LWB is brought to you by the Disappear Here poetry film project. Find out more about the Disappear Here project - http://www.disappear-here.org
Unspeakable &Unbound: absurdist unsemantic book trilogy. Unspeakable, Unrest, Sick Smoke. No synopsis, no plot or storyline, no feudal tech lords attacking terrorist disinformation greenies or AI holding beluga whales captive to ransom for sentience chips...you, dear reader and art patron, supply your own narrative. Original drawings to frame, 20 pages each group. 15x21 cm. collage, watercolour, drawing, in folio...soon in coil bound book form, print on demand .
Last Time Tomorrow is filmed on the Portugal coast railway. Deforestation is happening so fast, consider your dream house materials....the consequences of your dream. Planet of Dreams 2022.
Just posted last night and many excellent video artists at VIDEOSOUNDARCHIVE.com
Jeff Crouch music, and Dr. Steve dawn patrol nomad cell video. Dr. Steve is a big wave surfer from San Francisco. Jeff Crouch is an internet artist still alive in Texas.
Nomad Dreams, The Sorceress, The Flying Saucer and The Moon film with Jeff Crouch music at VideoSoundArchive June 3, 9 p.m. ET
Drawing, Asemic Writing, Suoni Che Cambiano, curated by Marco Giovenale and Fabrizio Venerandi. DE NATURA SONORUM