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Ephemeral Trenchcoat Flashes

A scintillating peek at new works made by Personal Cinema Moving Image Artists from the San Francisco Art Institute: with: Danielle Burnside Paolo Canuto Simone Chanel Miguel Cruz Gabriel Dordetti Lidor Farkash Luz Olivia Adrian Smith Group Projects include: Visible Traces Inscrutable Drug Buffet Flashlight Frolics

ATA @ SFPL (screening at Noe Valley Library)

Artists’ Television Access (ATA) teams up with SFPL to mine the treasures in the Library’s 16mm film archive. That’s real film, not video! Program: Judoka (Josef Reeve, 1965) 18 minutes, B/W A self-taught athlete moves from Canada to Japan to study with a local judo master and compete in the Tokyo Olympics. A lovely take on… Read more »

Other Cinema: OPTRONICA2

DAVIS/CLIPSON + YOUNG/HILL + McGUIRE/REGINATO Our second Live A/V romp proffers four polymorphous performances framed by eye-popping stereoscopic illusions. Anne McGuire and Angela Reginato world-debut their new video-song Angela and Annie. Analog synth whiz John Davis marries his musical modulations to the in-camera marvels of 16mm maestro Paul Clipson in the world premiere of their QuadraphonicVoice Stops. And as for rigged-up videosynthesis: Kit Young teams up with Nathan Hill for the debut of their Dirty Mixing. PLUS: Craig Baldwin rips open… Read more »

Synthestesia: End of Yr Stretch

Amidst the chaos, Synthestesia has grown up quite a bit this year, taking presence, making friends, and constantly experimenting with the bond between sound and vision. Come over to ATA for our end of year ritual as we share some trick + treats. Synthestesia is a quarterly live A/V show, where modular synthesizers and 16mm/video… Read more »

Right Window Gallery: SCAR | Jim Haynes

SCAR | Jim Haynes Curated by Steven Seidenberg and Carolyn White November 2-30, 2017 Right Window Gallery 992 Valencia Street San Francisco, California Scar is an exhibition of corroded photographs from Jim Haynes, who has investigated the technique of augmenting silver gelatin prints with rust, copper, and various acidic patinas. The intersections of the photograph… Read more »