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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

Jodie Mack: Animations -

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A variety of short experimental animations from Jodie Mack that exhibit her many techniques and styles as a filmmaker.

Jodie Mack is a Chicago-based artist working in various forms of cut-out and stop-motion animation. Her films combine traditional feminine crafts with rhythmic editing and obsessive nuance to create a radical domesticity that is new to the film world.

To view some of Jodie Mack's work, visit her Vimeo page.

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

Yard Work is Hard Work: 29mins, DVD, Color, 2008
Lilly: 6mins, DVD, Color, 2007
Mannequin's Harlequin: 2mins, DVD, Color
A Joy: 3mins, DVD, Color, 2005
All Stars: 30secs, DVD, Color, 2006
Ebullition: 2mins, DVD, Color
Two-Hundred Feet: 3mins 30secs, DVD, Color, 2003
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Benjamin
06.02.2010   

New Acquisitions from the USC Department of Animation & Digital Arts -

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Two collections of animated shorts that showcase exemplary student & faculty work from the Department of Animation & Digital Arts at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

Student Shorts Include: “La Leyenda” by Roberto Gomez, “Estrogen” by Dariush Derakhshani, "Harmonics" by Diana Reichenbach & more

Faculty Shorts Include: “Indefinable Moods” by Kathy Smith, “Winter” by Mar Elepano, “Baby, Bab” by Everett Lewis & more

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

First Look 2005: 2 DVDs, Color, 2005
Adobe First Frame 2009: DVD, Color, 2009
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Benjamin
05.31.2010   

Images by Anne-Sarah Le Meur (1990-2001) -

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Four short animated films by Anne-Sarah Le Meur that showcase computer-generated abstract animation dealing with the influence of 3D data processing on the imagination and shown in artworks. Le Meur's aim is to reveal how the expression of the body can be transformed.

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

Where It Wants to Appear/Suffer (La ou cela veut poindre): 14mins, DVD, Color
In-BeesTw... (Etres-en-tr...): 8mins, DVD, Color, 1994
Aform (Aforme): 2mins, DVD, Color, 1989-90
Some Skin is Still Spreading (Un peu de peau s'etale encore): 30secs, DVD, Color
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Benjamin
05.26.2010   

Mecanismo Olvidador - Available for viewing in The iotaCenter's Library & Study Center

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The imagery of Juan Camilo Gonzalez's "Mecanismo Olvidador" (Forgetter Mechanism) morphs, multiplies, & grows into a study of the mind, delving viewers into a trapped psyche and what it must go through to escape.

"Mecanismo Olvidador" 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

Mecanismo Olvidador: 2min, DVD, B&W, 2009
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Benjamin
05.26.2010   

Shorts by Erick Oh - Available for viewing in The iotaCenter's Library & Study Center

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As an animator, filmmaker, and artist, Erick Oh has developed a vivacious style in an attempt to expand the definition of animation and art. These two animated films are concerned not only with time and space, but also lively movement and simple, genuine human ideals. Erick Oh has spent most of his life in Korea and is currently enrolled in the MFA graduate film program at UCLA. Included are: "Symphony" and "Communicate."

"Symphony" & "Communicate" 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

Symphony: 6min, DVD, B&W, 2008
Communicate: 2min, DVD, B&W & Color, 2009
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Benjamin
05.26.2010   

Passage for Francis - Available for viewing in The iotaCenter's Library & Study Center

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Conceptualized as a new media funeral rite-of-passage by Robert Mulder and his father, Dr. H.F. Mulder, "Passage for Francis" integrates abstract animation into a cardiac Doppler audiogram to create a flow of geometrical shapes & patterns. Generated and controlled in real time as inspired by the music, this unique concept merges themes from biology, medicine, and art into a stunning study of rhythm and "Panta Rei" (everything flows). This piece was performed at Dr. H.F. Mulder's funeral in November 2007.

"Passage for Francis" 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

Passage for Francis: 9min, DVD, color, 2006/2009
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Derek haugen
04.23.2010   

Celestial Navigations: The Short Films of Al Jarnow - Available from The iotaStore and for viewing in The iotaCenter's Research & Study Center

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The iotaCenter is proud to offer "Celestial Navigations: The Short Films of Al Jarnow." The 45 films collected here have been transferred and color corrected from the original 16mm prints, along with fully remastered sound.

Special features include a 30-minute documentary on Jarnow's creative process, as well as film playlists designed for both children and adults alike. The deluxe package includes a 60-page book loaded to the gills with essays, ephemera, storyboards, photos, and a complete film index, all housed in the iconic Numero slipcase.

Purchase "Celestial Navigations: The Short Films of Al Jarnow" at the iotaStore.

"Celestial Navigations: The Short Films of Al Jarnow" 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

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Derek haugen
05.06.2009   

Sylvia Pengilly and Michael Rhoades's SIX VIDEOS (2004-2008) - Available from The iotaStore and for viewing in The iotaCenter's Research & Study Center

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The iotaCenter is proud to offer SIX VIDEOS (2004-2008) by Sylvia Pengilly and Michael Rhoades, a collection of Visual Music that "exemplify and intensify the relationship between what the ear hears and what the eye sees." Pengilly's "whirling, abstract images of amazing colors and shapes" is accompanied by Michael Rhoades' music that was generated from the images of the video. "What is being heard is truly a representation of what is being seen."

DVD - 49 minutes
Released - 2008

Purchase Sylvia Pengilly and Michael Rhoades's SIX VIDEOS here.

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

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Derek haugen
04.30.2009   

"Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Story of Light Art" - Now available from The iotaCenter's Store and for viewing in The iotaCenter's Research and Study Center

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From the makers of the award-winning "Video Out: The Story of VJ'ing and Live Video Art" comes the 2007 documentary "Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Story of Light Art." This documentary by Paul Vlachos and Meredith Finkelstein provides a history of Thomas Wilfred's life and career, vividly told through photographs, personal letters as well as interviews with audience members, acquaintances, and current practitioners of Lumia. The documentary also includes interviews with prominent Wilfred collector Eugene Epstein and touches upon other light-art pioneers, Mary Hallock Greenewalt and Charles Dockum.

"Lumia" was an official selection of the Avignon Film Festival, the Athens International Film Festival, and the Swansea International Film Festival.

For more information on Thomas Wilfred, please visit iota's Thomas Wilfred's artist profile

Purchase "Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Story of Light Art" here.

If you would like to view "Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Story of Light Art," please set up an appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

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Derek haugen
04.22.2009   

George Stadnik's THREE TIMES THREE: DIGITAL LUMIA 2006-2008 - Now available for viewing in The iotaCenter's Research and Study Center

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Working within the tradition of Lumia with a modern digital twist, George Stadnik continues to create works of great beauty and scope. THREE TIMES THREE contains three of Stadnik's recent films:

Shadow in Three (2008, silent, 20:18)
Untitled (2008, sound ("Elegy for Iraq" by Dr. Franklin Morris), 15:10)
Mirror Mirror (2006, Silent, 15:10)

If you would like to view this collection or any of George Stadnik's work in our collection, please set up an appointment by contacting us at: info@iotacenter.org

THREE TIMES THREE as well as other Stadnik collections are available for purchase from The iotaCenter store.
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