Acid Rain Production presents
Experimental Video and Experimental Popsicles
@ Encyclopedia Destructica Studios, 156 41st Street, Lawrenceville
Sunday June 20, 5-6 PM
Popsicles are $2
HTML The Movie -or- The Resolution Will Not Be Televised’, (HTML, 2009)
In collaboration with an anonymous internet pen-pal, “pony eyelashes~”
Jesse Hulcher drives a Volvo Wagon, lives in Bloomfield and is really “letting it all hang out”.
For more information visit http://www.jessehulcher.org
Versions is a version of Oliver Laric’s “Versions”.
Guthrie Lonergan is an artist/Internet surfer living and working in Los Angeles. His work confronts the new kind of home-made popular culture emerging on the Internet — mainstream DIY — finding something simultaneously life-affirming and disturbing about this infinite collection of the most mundane moments in peoples’ lives. Lonergan’s work often focuses on the defaults of consumer-level technology, and how these establish a foundation of banality for homemade content. Using these presets in iPhoto slideshows or YouTube videos, Lonergan approaches the Internet from the most basic user’s perspective. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the New Museum in New York and in the first Internet Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, and has been written about in Artforum and the Wall Street Journal. He is a co-founder of Nasty Nets (www.nastynets.com) Internet surfing club. All of his work can be seen on his website, http://www.TheAgeOfMammals.com.
Thalé(2009, 5 min.) is a series of botanical inventions.
Barry Doupé (b. Victoria, BC) is a filmmaker living in Vancouver. He is also a member of The Lions collaborative drawing group(www.lionspile.ca). His films have been screened throughout Canada and Internationally including the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, Lyon Contemporary Art Museum, Pleasure Dome and the Tate Modern.
For more information please visit http://www.barrydoupe.ca.
Light Is Waiting (2007, 11 min.)
A very special episode of television’s Full House devours itself from the inside out, excavating a hypnotic nightmare of a culture lost at sea. Tropes of video art and family entertainment face off in a luminous orgy from which neither will survive.
Since the year 2000, Michael Robinson has created a body of film, video and photography work exploring the poetics of loss and the dangers of mediated experience. His work has screened in both solo and group shows at a variety of festivals, cinematheques and galleries including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, The New York Film Festival, The Times BFI London Film Festival, Media City, Anthology Film Archives, Viennale, Cinematexas, The Wexner Center for the Arts, ICA London, Impakt, The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Chicago Filmmakers, PDX, and the San Francisco, Oberhausen, and Hong Kong International Film Festivals. Michael currently teaches filmmaking at Binghamton University. Visit him at http://www.poisonberries.net