Films and Exhibition | Film Lab
7 PM | Made in NY Media Center by IFPTaking advantage of the impressive multimedia capabilities of the brand new Made in NY Media Center (opening October 3!), we will unveil a set of film installations (four courtesy of bitforms gallery nyc!), observing scientific, digital, and natural processes. The evening will also include the opportunity to be interviewed by a robot, a chance to go out of sync with time, a look at our oceans and phytoplankton, and, of course, a rotating shorts program.
—Film/Video Installations— Network B
(Casey Reas, 2009)Mesocosm
(Wink, TX) (Marina Zurkow, 2012)Hard Data
(R. Luke DuBois, 2009)Cubic Limit
(Manfred Mohr, 1973-74)Writing
(Geraldine Cox, 2012)Strange Lines and Distances
(Joshua Bonetta, 2011)
—Short Film Program—Micromegas
Repeat till Overdose
—Also including— IMAGINE SCIENCE SATELLITE: QUITO CINE CIENTIFICO
"Amanecer" Kevin, 11 años, from Ecuador visto por los niño. A presentation of the winning animation film from Imagine Science Satellite: Quito Cine Cientifico from last March. LA BOHEME AND INVISIBLE OCEANS
As part of the Film Lab evening, a film preview of performance piece "La Bohème: A Portrait of Today's Oceans"
and an advance screening of short documentary "Invisible Ocean: Plankton and Plastic"
will be introduced by DUMBO-based environmental artist (and Imagine Science Artist-in-Residence) Mara Haseltine and filmmaker Emily Driscoll. Afterwards, attendees are invited to Haseltine's open studio for a live performance of "La Bohème".