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Benjamin
07.07.2010   

New Submissions from Neil Ira Needleman -

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Commercial and expressive artist Neil Ira Needleman presents a range of works from throughout his life as he experiments with various modes of media and experimentation, struggling to find and express a personal vision.

Neil Ira Needleman was recently featured as The iotaCenter's "Artist of the Week" in our weekly newsletter, The iotaWeekly.

These shorts and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Forsythia Madness: DVD, Color
Twilight Time-lapse Concert for George Ives: DVD, Color
What I Saw on October 32, 1988: DVD, Color
My First Science Fiction Movie: DVD, Color
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Benjamin
07.07.2010   

Screening Room with Robert Gardner -

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Between the years of 1973 and 1980, the television series Screening Room, created and hosted by filmmaker and Director of Harvard's Visual Arts Center Robert Gardner provided an alternative television experience for viewers that allowed independent filmmakers to discuss and show their work to a large, broad audience. Over 100 episodes of the program aired before the program was cancelled.

Now, several of those interviews have come to DVD for your viewing convenience! These interviews and any of our other videos can be seen at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Interviewees Include: Stan Brakhage, John Whitney Sr., Ed Emshwiller, Jan Lenica, Robert Breer, Suzan Pitt, Caroline Leaf & Mary Beams

Screening Room with Robert Gardnert: 8 DVDs, 70-80min each, Color, 1973-1980
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Benjamin
07.07.2010   

Rex Bruce: Vehicular -

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This collection of short works by Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts (LACDA) owner and operator Rex Bruce provides a unique perspective for something which everyone is familiar with: transportation, specifically in Los Angeles, "the capital of vehicular excess." From speeding down the freeway to a short trip to McDonald's, riding the bus to driving a car, this series studies movement and transportation as an endless network of turns, accelerations, and stoppages while pursing the various functions of life.

These shorts and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Vehicular: 13mins, DVD, Color, 2010
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Benjamin
07.07.2010   

House Bunny by Gina Kamentsky -

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Combining unused movie trailer footage with hand drawn animation, "House Bunny" explores relationships between rhythm, surface and representation.

This short and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

House Bunny: 1min 30sec, DVD, Color, 2010
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Derek haugen
06.14.2010   

‘vE-”jA: Art + Technology of Live Audio-Video - Available now from the iotaStore!

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‘vE-”jA: Art + Technology of Live Audio-Video is a global snapshot of an exploding genre of tech-art performance: VJing and live audio-video. The book covers 40 international artists with 400+ colour images and 50+ movies and clips on an accompanying DVD and web downloads.

Regionally organized, the book showcases VJing and live A/V not as an isolated art-tech phenomenon for geeks, but as a global art movement with sophisticated creators and audiences alike.

Purchase ‘vE-”jA: Art + Technology of Live Audio-Video from the iotaStore.



‘vE-”jA: Art + Technology of Live Audio-Video: 192pp, DVD (NTSC, 68min), 2006
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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

Infinite Animation: The Work of Adam Beckett -

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As a tribute to the great animator Adam Beckett, his friends and colleagues gather on August 17, 2009 to screen his works and tell old tales about the late artist. With commentary from David Berry, Beth Block, Chris Cassady, Richard Edlund, Roberta Friedman, Pat O'Neil, and David Wilson.

For more information on Adam Beckett and his work, please visit his iotaCenter Artist Profile.

This and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Infinite Animation: The Work of Adam Beckett: 1hr 52min, DVD, Color, 2009
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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

The John Whitney Collection: Combining Art, Music, & Computer Graphics -

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Experimenting with the medium of computer graphics systems, John Whitney, Sr. balances a cutting-edge use of technology with integrity and a strong sense of artistic control. Considered by many to be "the father of computer graphics," Whitney successfully links musical composition with experimental film and computer imaging. He was a pioneer in the field until his death in 1996.

For more information on John Whitney and his work, please visit his webpage.

These shorts and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Experiments in Motion Graphics: 13mins, DVD, Color, 1968
Permutations: 7mins, DVD, Color, 1968
Matrix: 6mins, DVD, Color, 1971
Arabesque: 7mins, DVD, Color, 1975
A Personal Search: For the Complementarity of Music and Visual Art: 24mins, DVD, Color, 1992
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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

Semiconductor: Worlds in Flux -

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A collection of short films, art works, music videos, & live animation from Semiconductor, the creators of stunning, cutting-edge digital works guided by obsessive interests in landscape, architecture, geography, and artificial lifeforms. They reveal cities in motion, shifting landscapes, and systems in chaos.

For more information about Semiconductor, please visit their webpage.

This collection and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Semiconductor: Worlds in Flux: DVD, Color, 2002-2007
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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

Omega by Donald Fox -

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"Omega" deals with the end of mankind on earth, prophesying man's liberation from his earthly bounds to roam the universe at will. By sending an "energy ray" to the sun and harnessing its solar power, man is able to make an evolutionary leap. The film can be used to explore the outer limits of the concepts of death, evolution, the after life and the future of mankind. A visual experience to inspire young filmmakers.
-from www.pyramidmedia.com

This short and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Omega: 13mins, DVD, Color, 1970
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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

Peter Mays: A Sixties Trilogy...and other films -

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Psychedelic experimental filmmaker Peter Mays recreates acid trips, surreal dreams, and erotic sex fantasies in his hypnotizing 8mm and 16mm films. Indeed, as Mays himself states, "I have sacrificed certain things in life - a career, raising a family, a house - in order to make this body of work."

For more information on Peter Mays, please visit his webpage.

These shorts and any of our other videos can be viewed at our Library & Study Center in Culver City, CA. Please set up a viewing appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

Vision: 26mins, 8mm, B&W, 1962
The One Bedroom Apartment: 25mins, 16mm, B&W, 1963
Stream: 15mins, 8mm, Color, 1964
Death of the Gorilla: 16mins, 16mm, Color, 1966
The Star Curtain Tantra: 18mins, 16mm, Color, 1969
The Time Beyond Thought: 23mins, 16mm, Color, 1966-2000
Sister Midnight: 65mins, 16mm, Color, 1974
Astral Man: 46mins, 16mm, Color, 1968-2000
Light Show: 4mins, 35mm, Color, 1970
The War of the Roses: 90mins, Video, Color, 1992
Arrival of the Purple Legions: 8mins, DV, Color, 2005
Cleopatra: 18mins, DV, Color, 2006
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