Analogica NY 5-7-15

Analogica

ANALOGICA /// NYC
THURSDAY MAY 7 / 9PM

ANALOGICA is a platform for the investigation and dissemination of analog practices in visual and sonic experiments. It is a festival taking place during the first week-end of October in Ora (BZ), Italy. Throughout the year, a selection of the best works travels in various places around the world (Milano, Roma, Naples, London, New York, etc.) to provide encounters where artists working across disciplines (photo, film, sound, installation) can meet and exchange ideas about analogue practices. See: analogica.org

ANALOGICA SELECTION 2014 ///

Program // 52′

Flabzilla
by Kayleigh O’Keefe / Bill Rodgers /// 3′ 20” / super8 / 2014 / UK

No Signal Detected
by Péter Lichter /// 3′ / footage / 2013 / Hungary

The Bags, Probably 1971*
by Joshua Yates /// 5’10” / Super8 / 2013 / USA

Vale Barcelona!
by Paulo Pécora /// 3′ / super8 / 2013 / Argentina

Älä itke minua, äitini (Weep not for me, O mother)
by Joel Autio /// 6′ 33” / 16mm / Finnish with sub eng / Finland

Places with Meaning
by Scott Fitzpatrick /// 3′ / 16mm / 2012 / Canada

Untitled / Hommage à Michel Brault
by Andrée-Anne Roussel Guillaume Vallée /// 3′ 30” / super8 / 2014 / Canada

The Voice of God
by Bernd Lützeler /// 9 min 35 sec / super8 + 16mm / 2011 / India & Germany

Renai no Daikyouen (Banquet of Love)
by Haruka Mitani and Michael Lyons /// 6′ 14” / super8 / 2014 / Japan

Full of Fire
by Rhayne Vermette /// 2′ 14” / super8 / 2013 / Canada

Assumptions of Your Phantom(sy)
by Karissa Hahn /// 2′ / super8 / 2012 / USA

Black Rectangle
by Rhayne Vermette /// 1′ 30” / 16mm animation / 2013 / Canada

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Film Installation

Searching for Fireflies
By Philippe Leonard & Jasmine Pisapia
2 x 16mm / 2014

In 1975, only a few months before his death, Pier Paolo Pasolini wrote a now famous article in which he stages the allegorical disappearance of fireflies in the Italian countryside, due to the effects industrial pollution. Echoing both his sense of loss and his deep commitment to the cinematic image, this diptych offers a snapshot of the postindustrial reality of Southern Italian landscapes in the present. It evokes, side by side, the aged bark of an olive tree and the antiquated structure of a steel plant, through the flickering and incandescent medium of 16mm film

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