The Insanity of Yes and No

  1. I’ve been thinking about this essay for a long time now; it comes in glimpses on the subway, in the backwoods of Maine, walking down streets at night and the confused desire for things to be different. Like most…

On Collage: Grabbing the Jackalope by the Antl-ears

Jesse Drew has recently explored the life and politics of Pete Seeger through a personal account of his experiences with the songwriter here: http://viewpointmag.com/2014/01/30/real-revolutionaries-carry-a-banjo/ Please also feel free to check out the thematically resonant recapping of the festival of (in)appropriation, screening on February…

In Memoriam to the Cinema Palace

In the following article, Huckleberry Lain questions the impacts of gentrification on cinema and the exhibition space. Leslie Dreyer will likewise confront gentrification through the elucidation and exhibition of documented resistances to this same process within our local community  at…

Hermeneutics & Dubus

  Hermeneutics Russia / 2012 / 03ʼ15ʼʼ B&W / DV-PAL / 4:3 / Stereo This piece is a visual illustration of what hermeneutics is. With the cunning use of WWII footage it makes you believe that you are watching a…

Endings

This video was made at the beginning of the 2008 economic crash as a response to an end of a world power as well as the collective anxiety of the end of the Mayan calender. Layered underneath the ending credits…

Communique For The Cube

Communique for the Cube also screens on May 31st, 2014, as part of Other Cinema’s New Experimental Works program!   My favorite microcinema in the world, The Cube in Bristol, UK, issued a call to 70 of its former visiting artists to each…

Abandoned in Winnipeg

  Clint Enns will also be screening video works at Other Cinema’s recapping of the festival of (in)appropriation on February 22nd, 2014!   The photographs in this series were found on undeveloped rolls of 35mm film that were abandoned in Winnipeg and…