An evening that explored building—interior, exterior, and psychological—with a performance by Corey Fogel followed by screenings of 16mm color prints of Kate Brown's Atlanta Central Library (2017, 10 min) and Michael Snow's Back and Forth (1969, 52 min).
The event was organized by Rakish Light (Deirdre O"Dwyer and Brian O'Connell) at Valentine's project space.
"No Parking Hare"
Photo appears courtesy of Rakish Light Press
Subsequently, Corey Fogel's audio tooling and noodling of a pair of printing presses, Kate Brown's filmic meditations on concrete architecture, and Michael Snow's incessant, dynamic camera movements in one dimension all point to a continuum about dynamics and stasis, movements between two axes that never quite resolve (a good thing I presume). How each work builds something abstract (rather than concrete) seemed to be the main point of these three or four forays into embracing the fleeting, the ephemeral, even media and its record.