[Frameworks] MisALT Screening Series Presents: Glitch vs Scratch, Sunday October 16th, San Francisco

T. Siddle tsiddle at gmail.com
Mon Oct 10 14:08:26 CDT 2011


Dear Frameworkers,
In light of the recent revival of the perpetual film vs. video conflict, I
would like to publicize this screening that will be occurring in San
Francisco at Artist Television Access next weekend which hopes to focus on
affinities between certain experimental film and video practices rather than
dwelling on the clear differences between the two mediums.

MisALT Screening Series Presents: Glitch vs Scratch.
Sunday, October 16th, 2011. 8pm , $6.00
Artist Television Access
992 Valencia St. San Francisco, CA

The MisALT Screening Series is excited to present its October screening:
“Glitch vs. Scratch.” This screening seeks to create a dialog between
artists working in Scratch Cinema (film based practices that make
interventions on the celluloid level) and Glitch based video and media
practices (which manipulate images by exploiting vulnerabilities on the
molecular and electron level of video tape and code), to bridge the gap
between work that focuses on the material underpinnings of cinema and work
that brings attention to the often invisible foundation that lies beneath
digital images. The bubbling, flickering, abstractions of decaying, damaged,
and melting celluloid meet the frantic and ghostly distortions of mangled
signals and scripts.

Featuring:
Jodie Mack, “Unsubscribe #3: Glitch Envy”
Tsen-Chu Hsu (Taiwan), “Cotton Sugar”
Florian Cramper (Netherlands), “How to picturize two Kafka short
stories within one hour in a hotel room”
Charlotte Taylor, “Secrets”
Péter Lichter (Hungary), “Light Sleep”
Alberto Cabrera Bernal (Spain), “12 Erased Trailers”
Christine Lucy Latimer (Canada), “MOSAIC”
Anna Geyer, “Good Bye Pig”
Nick Briz, “Binary Quotes”
Adam R. Levine, “Koh”
Michael Betancourt w/ FsLux, “One”
Steven Ball(UK/Australia) “The War on Television”
Lili White, “Got ‘Cha”
Drone Dungeon “Phantom Wegman I-III”
Channel TWO “In a []”
Ted Davis “What make up a Surprising Image”
Lennon Batchelor “Focus on the Family”

Curated by Tessa Siddle
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