Film

Program 5: Apparent Motion — Live Cinema Works by Rose Kallal, Andrew Puls, and Paul Clipson/John Davis/Joshua Churchill

Part of CROSSROADS 2017

Saturday, May 20, 2017
8 p.m.

Phyllis Wattis Theater
Enter through the Joyce and Larry Stupski Entrance at Minna Street

This event has come and gone.

Paul Clipson, John Davis, and Joshua Churchill, premiere of Spectrum States at MONO NO AWARE, New York, December 2017; photo: courtesy the artists

With Rose Kallal, Andrew Puls, Paul Clipson, John Davis, and Joshua Churchill in person

As classical frame-by-frame filmmaking — the art of plastic images, mechanical media interface, and live projected light — becomes increasingly anachronistic in mainstream festivals and movie halls, performance cinema — an ever-renewing, always present-tense live-art practice born of the ashes of twentieth-century industrial cinema — roars raging once again to center-stage! Apparent Motion, CROSSROADS’ centerpiece live event since 2011, celebrates this international phenomenon of sight and sound with a live, spatialized, multi-projector film/sound performance by Rose Kallal (New York), preceded by local master of analog video abstraction Andrew Puls, and — JUST ADDED — Spectrum States by Paul Clipson, John Davis, and Joshua Churchill.

—San Francisco Cinematheque


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San Francisco Cinematheque

For full details on CROSSROADS 2017, including film descriptions, artist bios, and video previews, please visit sfcinematheque.org.