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Upcoming Event

The Transformable Moment: The Films of Stephen Broomer, In Person

Friday, October 14, Doors 7:30pm / Screening 8pm
@ Cinecycle, 129 Spadina Avenue
$12/ $8 Members + Students

Upcoming Event

Records and Reconstructions: Lindsay McIntyre’s Portraits in Process

Friday, October 21, Doors 7:30pm / Performance and Screening 8pm
$8 General / $5 Pleasure Dome Members & Students FREE to imagineNATIVE Delegate Passholders (present at venue).
Tickets available at venue 1 hour prior to doors opening. @ Artscape Sandbox, 301 Adelaide Street West

Co-presentation with the 17th imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival (October 19 — 23)

Collaborating on a Mystery: an interview with Stephen Broomer by Mike Hoolboom

Collaborating on a Mystery: an interview with Stephen Broomer by Mike Hoolboom (2016) Mike: I wonder if you could spare a few words about the evolution of the media arts community here in Toronto. You’ve done some deep digging into the roots, how do you feel it’s evolved, what have we become? Stephen: I see […]

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Just published: Disasterologies by Mike Cartmell

This definitive volume of texts by writer and media artist Mike Cartmell includes a collection of essays written across three decades that examine reading and desire. Lacan, Blanchot, Sebald and Melville lead the charge. In his later years Mike developed a unique and unusual essay style, making ample use of quotations and multiple voices, weighing […]

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I Used to Love Snow: an interview with Taravat Khalili

I Used to Love Snow: an interview with Taravat Khalili by Mike Hoolboom (Spring 2016) Taravat: In Tehran, I remember looking out the window at the snow coming down and being happy about it because I knew we wouldn’t have school the next day. Back then it would only snow about five centimeters and the […]

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Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible: an interview with Jorge Lozano

Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible: an interview with Jorge Lozano by Mike Hoolboom Mike: I’m not sure how I missed you all these years. It’s as if we’ve been working side by side but I never learned how to look up, I never knew there was another direction. And now this new wind. I wonder […]

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Reading Invisible Forces: an interview with Alexandra Gelis

Reading Invisible Forces: an interview with Alexandra Gelis by Mike Hoolboom Published January 2016. Alexandra: I was born in 1975 in Caracas, Venezuela. My father is Venezuelan, his family came from Catalonia and Cuba. My mother is Colombian, from Cartagena, a modern port city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. My mother’s father, my grandfather, was a […]

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Publication

Moving Shadows: Experimental Film Practices In a Landscape of Change, Sami van Ingen

Moving Shadows: Experimental Film Practices in a Landscape of Change is a wide-ranging and accessible introduction to contemporary artisanal film practice, capturing a moment when, in the face of new digital technologies, experimental filmmakers see themselves as [what van Ingen calls] “lo-fi analogue” artists. The heart of van Ingen’s book comes from his intimate contact […]

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Publication

The Beauty Is Relentless; The Short Movies of Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby

“The Beauty is Relentless; The Short Movies of Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby is a book of essays about the art of Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby. As creators they sit on the frontiers of the imagination, excavating wonder from the hidden recesses of the body. Their complex oeuvre cracks open the imagination. […]

THE BEAUTY IS RELENTLESS; The Short Movies of Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby

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