Slides — Taryn JonesImage: Hermit Thrushes performance, Turner Gallery, Alfred University, NY A selection of fifteen of the eighty-two hand-painted slides. For each show we projected two static slides and had one carousel of eighty slides that our viola…
Ejection Seat Collective: On Cultural Space as Conspired Collaborator — Trevor JahnerA collaboration with Denver’s Ejection Seat Collective, realized and conceived in response to the Larimer Lounge, a commercial music venue and bar.
“Circus Savage: A Walking Into The Becoming” — John DavisEssay with excerpts from Lawrence Jordan's film Circus Savage — reflections by John Davis.
Digital Compilation from Sleeping Giant GlossolaliaA digital compilation of film-related sounds curated by Mike Reisinger for Sleeping Giant Glossolalia.
Silence — Jaime CleelandA historical and scientific exploration of sound studies.
CALL FOR COLLABORATION: SCATTERGORIES IS A SHIP OF FOOLS — D. JESSE DAMAZOCan anyone take this soundtrack and meld it to image?
Locked Groove (2013) — Petri KuljuntaustaLocked Groove (2013) is a video installation that I created together with artist Klaus Nyqvist (VJ Klaustrofobia). As a soundtrack I used a silent track of an old vinyl record.
Earthquake V1 — Philip MantioneThe structure of Earthquake V1 is derived from earthquake data recorded in California and Nevada during a 24 hour period on 3/23/13.
Void or Art? — Robert EdmondsonVoid or Art? parodies the "art experience" by putting words in the mouth of the viewer.
FILM STILLS FROM PRELINGER ARCHIVE — EMMA HURSTFilm stills that collected while working for Rick Prelinger as a research assistant.
Innocence and Despair (2001): A Decade Later — Phil SolomonReturn to Issue 3 Table of Contents
The Memories of Stan Brakhage: a collection of recollections from friends — Ashley SwendsenThere I was, in a room with 40 or more boxes of paperwork and possessions that only Stan Brakhage himself knew the whole contents of. I was so excited.
Looking and Leaping: An Email from Bali — Ken Paul Rosenthal"The moment is like a wheel, and I can only become more adept at meeting it when it swings my way." An intimate email from Ken Paul Rosenthal on the nature of filmmaking.
Will There Ever Be Silence? — A Fugue by Gerry FialkaGreat question, eh? Should we ruin it with an answer?