Exhibition: February 8, 2016 - March 31, 2016
Reception: Thursday March 24, 2016, 6PM - 7PM
In the UAS +15 Window
Where We Stand is a haunting portrait of theatres shot on handmade 16mm iodo-bromide emulsion. With a strong commitment to retaining the language of film, Lindsay McIntyre's compelling project takes a hard look at the fragile future of films made on film in a digital age.
Where We Stand is presented in partnership with the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers' $100 Film Festival, running February 25 - 27th at Arts Commons' Engineered Air Theatre.
For more information visit: 100dollarfilmfestival.org.
About the Artist:
Lindsay McIntyre is a film artist and creator from Edmonton, Alberta and is the visiting artist for the 24th annual $100 Film Festival. Specializing in analogue film work that emphasizes documentary, experimental, and handmade techniques, her work has been shown at national and international festivals and venues. Her short films and performances circle themes of portraiture, place, and form. Her current filmic obsessions involve handmade emulsion and all kinds of chemical manipulation of celluloid.
Title: A Space Ship is Just a Time Machine
Artists: Susanne Aaltonen, Dylan Cameron, Cody Cox, Seth Dodginghorse, Halie Finney, Emily Lendl, Shaun Mallonga, Lusine Manukyan.
Exhibition: March 11th - April 9th, 2016
Reception: Friday, March 11th, 2016, 8PM
Scrumpled metalins, skins gouged and peels, funny fanimals, proddsing the ghosts of psycholo thought-nuts.
The stranger stranger floats in a spacies emptifis of its inhabits, its characterns have relocated;
transmutating through mansks, beings blithely salatitious.
Coverb uncover, coverb uncover, coverb.
An exhibition of 8 young artists currently studying at the Alberta College of Art and Design, showing you something you might not otherwise have seen:
Curated by Miruna Dragan and Justin Waddell.