Visual Studies Workshop – Moving Images from Europe – University of Rochester / NY

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Visual Studies Workshop

European Experimental Cinema from the Light Cone Screening.

MovingImagesFromEurope

Ma video « I told you this would happen » programmée à l’Université de Rochester – New York le 21 Octobre 2014 – par Scott Hammen qui a présenté une sélection de films expérimentaux européens introduits dans la collection du distributeur Light Cone.

My Video Art « I told you this would happen » screened at the University of Rochester (New York, October 21) by the curator Scott Hammen who presents a selection of European Experimental Cinema from the Light Cone distribution group in Paris.

The Studio Arts Program and Film & Media Studies Program at the University of Rochester and the Visual Studies Workshop are pleased to welcome VSW alumni Scott Hammen (’75) to present a selection of European Experimental Cinema from the Light Cone distribution group in Paris, France.  Scott Hammen is a filmmaker and curator based in Paris, who has been associated with the Light Cone collective for over 15 years.  This collection of short films offer a taste of the variety and vitality of current activity in the European Avant-Garde moving-image community.

Discussion with curator Scott Hammen will follow the screening.

WORKS BY:

Johanna Vaude (France), Thorsten Fleisch (Germany), Milena Gierke (Germany), Claudio Sinatti (Italy), Emily Richardson (UK), Ian Helliwell (UK), Christophe Guerin (France), Daniel Burkhardt (Germany), Scott Hammen (France)

Moving Images from Europe: New Acquisitions from Light Cone

Tuesday, October 21st, 7 pm

Hubbell Auditorium, Hutchinson Hall 

University of Rochester

Free and Open to the Public

Sponsored By:

Visual Studies Workshop

Film & Media Studies, University of Rochester

Studio Arts Program, University of Rochester

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