NURTUREart – Videorover III

Film Screening: 6:30pm Friday, May 11, 2012
Location: Contemporary Arts Center - 900 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70113

BEFORE AFTER, Daniel Terna and Michael Kugler
BEFORE AFTER, Daniel Terna and Michael Kugler

While producing and sharing video is becoming increasingly easier, we believe that truly exceptional video works still deserve to be presented and appreciated in the best possible way  Please join us for a special presentation of NURTUREart’s semi-annual video series, Videorover III - an ever-expanding forum for new and emerging video artists.   Co-presented by Press Street, Charitable Film Network, NURTUREart, and the Contemporary Arts Center, as part of “SPACES: Antenna, The Front & Good Children Gallery.” 

Works in Order of Appearance:

Andrea Chung, Come Back to Jamaica
Animation, 2009, 01:11 min

Daniel Spangler, Comments
Digital animation, 2011, 02:16 min

Roy Menachem Markovich, To the Prestige Lounge
Video, 2008, 01:07 min

Ruaidhri Ryan, Cutaway to a Seagull
HD video, 2011, 05:55 min

Daniel Terna + Micheal Kugler, Before After
HD video, 2011, 16:16 min

Nicolas Carrier, Hi Bruce
HDV, 2010, 03:24 min

Andrea Chung, Agatha Tears
Stop animation, 2009, 02:25 min

Tamar Hirschl (in collaboration with Michael Reich), Plot
Color video with sound, 2006, 08:24 min

Roy Menachem Markovich, Untitled
Video, 2008, 04:42 min

Admission is FREE 
Curated by  Rachel Steinberg, NURTUREart Associate Director.   For more information contact info@press-street.com.

NURTUREart is a Brooklyn based non-profit dedicated to nurturing new contemporary art by providing exhibition opportunities and resources for both emerging artists and curators.   Please visit www.nurtureart.org and follow NURTUREart on Facebook.


 

 

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