Yaard – I Want You 2
Christian Petersen – Delightful Dream Dance
Christian Petersen – Voyager
Dumb Eyes & Ian Obermuller Present: ACTION!
A Collection of Contemporary Global Video Art
December 16th 8pm – 9:30pm
December 17th 8pm – 9:30pm
Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
$7 at the door
The Seattle big screen PREMIERE of the video for Fleet Foxes’ The Shrine / An Argument by Stacey Rozich,Sean Pecknold and Britta Johnson.
The Seattle PREMIERE of Episodes 2 of Self Absorb by Ian Obermuller (Episode 1 will also be shown)
New music videos from Christian Petersen of DUMB EYES.
New work from Kim Asendorf, Janne Parviainen and MANY MORE! (tba)
Christian Petersen – Crypts Promo Short
Christian Petersen – Video for Heart Bussa by Dro Carey
The Trilogy Tapes – Scum
The Trilogy Tapes (Will Bankhead) is based in London, England.
Tabor Robak – Bookends
Tabor is based in Brooklyn, NY USA
Dumb Eyes – Video for Lucifer Morning Star by Gatto Fritto
Elektra KB – The Awakening
Elektra KB is an artist born in Odessa, Ukraine and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. She currently works in New York.
Music by Nicolas Ulloa
Text by Alejandra Pizarnik
Nicolas Sassoon – Headquarters
Nicolas is an artist based between Vancouver (Canada) and Biarritz (France).
Music by Sara Ludy
Intro by Krist Wood
davidope – Slices From The Visual Chinatown Of davidope
davidope (David Szakaly) is a Hungarian/German graphic designer, living with his dachshund in a suburb of Budapest.
Music by Etbonz
Rossina Bossio – The Holy Beauty Project Vol. 2
“This video is about movement. Movement of your body. Movement of your arms, hips and legs. Movement of your head and whatever lies within. Movement of those beliefs you once considered true and now suddenly aren’t. Movement of those collective behaviors that once defined cultures and countries and suddenly don’t. Movement of thoughts. Movement of ideas.
And as movement opens up your senses, in comes change. THBP Vol. 2 is the story of how your life changes as your mind and body move differently. You’re afraid of breaking the cycle but also know it’d be unbearable to stay put. So you change your dance, you change whatever they taught you was the right way. And you discover they were wrong, and you dance your own way and try to move on.
And as you do this, you understand you’re in for a bigger dance. So you continue spinning and jumping and dancing and grinning. Movement gives you power, for it kills the demon inside and the gods in the skies. Movement makes you win back your soul because it lets your body go. Movement sets you free.”
Text by Nicolás Díaz Durana.
Concept, Direction, Performance: Rossina Bossio
Costumes: Jonna Bergelin
Camera: Nicolas Diaz Durana
Music: Leonardo De Neymet and Nicolas Diaz Durana
Paintings: Rossina Bossio