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Shapeshifters Cinema: Experimental Film & Music | Oakland

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Sunday, March 2, 2014 - 9:30 pm | Cost: FREE
Temescal Art Center | 511 48th Street, Oakland, CA 94609

Event Details

Please note, the March event will be held on March 2 at 9:30 pm instead of the usual second Sunday of the month.

March 2014 features Greg Pope and Voicehandler.

Norwary-based, veteran film performance artist Greg Pope will make a special appearance for Shapeshifters while in town on a small Bay Area tour, including stops at Stanford and SF Cinematheque. For Shapeshifters, Greg will be performing two pieces: SCORELINE, a solo film-sound performance that explores the processes of construction and destruction using a 16mm projector, black film, engraving tools and contact mics and TRANSPARENT STAVANGER, a live projection performance made with 160 photographic slides, two slide projectors and a twin shutter mechanism that suggests movement to the images while they overlap and flicker, echoing early proto-cinematic experiments using magic lantern technology.

Performing with Pope is Bay Area based experimental electroacoustic improv duo Voicehandler (Jacob Felix Heule & Danishta Rivero).

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Cost: FREE
Categories: Art & Museums, East Bay, Live Music, Movies
Address: 511 48th Street, Oakland, CA 94609