New works by Bent Light Collective: installations, performances and screening featuring films by Mike Maryniuk
Mike Maryniuk will also give a stop-motion animation workshop on Saturday, September 20th from 1-4 pm. Space is limited so sign up soon! To register for the workshop email technical(a)pavedarts.ca
The Bent Light Collective acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts Grants to Media Arts Organizations: Initiatives for their financial support.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, Noon – 6 pm; Saturdays Noon – 4pm
PAVED Arts acknowledges the support of our members, volunteers and partners, and of our principal funders: Canada Council for the Arts, Saskatchewan Arts Board, SaskCulture, SaskLotteries, the City of Saskatoon and the National Film Board of Canada.
Free admission to the public with barrier-free accessibility.
Kiss, Lyndsay Bloom
Pleasure Dome is delighted to present a program of works from Philip Hoffman’s Independent Imaging Retreat, or “Film Farm,” in celebration of the process-based artisanal film workshop’s 20th anniversary. Since 1994, Film Farm has been re-imagining film production and pedagogy with a focus on process-based artistic practices, driven not by commerce but rather by exploration, materiality, conviviality, and mindfulness.
For 20 years the `Film Farm’, has brought together a small group of interested filmmakers – some novices and some highly experienced – for an intensive week of shooting, hand-processing, tinting/toning, watching and editing film — most of the action taking place in and around an old barn on the Normanby Township property, near Mount Forest Ontario.
The pastoral landscapes and structures of rural Ontario set the scene for these experiments, which embrace imperfection and grit in the pursuit of surprises both affective and aesthetic. In this programme of films and videos, we celebrate labour and craft, contingency and chance, and personal expression through the poetics of process.
Saturday September 20, 7:30 PM
@ 401 Richmond Street West Courtyard
(Rain location: CineCycle, 129 Spadina Ave.)
Not as I Do, Matt Soar, 2009
Film Farm Medley, Lillah Halla, 2012
Film Farm 2013 Garden Cam, Lisa Marr, 2013
Film Farm Dance, Becka Barker, 2004
Working Portraits, Maia Cybelle Carpenter, 2005
Untitled, Matt Soar, 2009
Behind this Soft Eclipse, Eve Heller, 2004
Swell, Carolynne Hew, 1998
Markings 1-3, Eva Kolcze, 2011
Kiss, Lyndsay Bloom, 2012
Last Light Breaking, Leslie Supnet, 2012
Demi monde, Caroline Monnet, 2013
H2 Oh Oh, Deirdre Logue, 2000
The Mount Forest Men’s Synchronized Swim Team, unknown filmmaker, 1993
Minus, Chris Chong, 1999
Holy Holes, Lillah Halla, 2012
Captifs d’amour, John Greyson, 2011
Solarization, Maria Magnusson, 2013
Your New Pig is Down the Road, Helen Hill, 1999
Strawberries in the Summertime, Jennifer Reeves, 2014
first iteration of drawings complete and off to shoot/animate in Van! see the works and works in progress by Bent Light (@museumofnewideas @hjp1979 @mikemaryniuk @dodospit ) for SWARM Sept 11th + 12th, artist talk on the 10th, beach day 9th
it’s not a phase
[an exploration of formative angst (a video screening)]
conspired by Nothing To See Here [christina battle + adán de la garza]
Saturday, September 20, 2014
8pm doors; 8.30 show [real time not punk time]
$8 or pay what you can (no one will ever be turned away)
The Sidewinder [4485 Logan Street, Denver]
Drawing ties between underground subcultures and the construct of youth as contributors to the struggle to develop personal autonomy. A common thread across ‘it’s not a phase’ considers how these experiences lead toward a greater sense of empowerment and influence the person that one becomes.
With Works By: Leslie Supnet, Ben Russell, Scott Treleavan, Mike Mills, Adán De La Garza, Danny Plotnick and more.
full program details to follow soon!!