by Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa
Cut & Paste: Contemporary Collage Animation From North America at Anthology Film Archives
Lawrence Jordans Sophies Place (1986) begins with a title card describing the etymology of the Greek word for philosophy, philosophia.
Markopoulos spent the final decade of his life working on Eniaios, and created it exclusively for the Temenos site. It was fully edited and notated when he died in 1992, but not yet printed.
The Montreal-based filmmaker and media artist Caroline Martel belongs to a vital artistic and critical tradition within Canada that actively engages with the history of technology and communications, a lineage that includes Marshall McLuhan, Hugh Kenner, and Glenn Gould.
Ali Samadi Ahadis half-animated documentary The Green Wave could do a fair bit to enliven this conversation, working best as a compendium of first-person stories gleaned from interviews, anonymously quoted tweets, blog entries, and documentary footage.
Simply put, Bovines is an hour of cows. Much of the production consisted of Gras and his camera alone among the stoic beasts, who seem to have barely even noticed their intrusion.
- SCISSOR SPECULATIONS Cut & Paste: Contemporary Collage Animation From North America at Anthology Film Archives by Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa
- Like Being in a Rainbow: Gregory Markopoulos and the Temenos by Rebekah Rutkoff
- UNSEEN VOICES: Caroline Martel WITH JIM SUPANICK
- SKETCHES OF REVOLT: Ali Samadi Ahadis The Green Wave by Steve MacFarlane
- PASTORAL: Emmanuel Grass Bovines at Rooftop Films by Daniel Walber