ONE MINUTE AND FORTY SECOND FOR ANNA is a hand-coded computational video referencing generative qualities of color field painting (circa 1960s, New York City). This work explores a simple search space visualized as continual flows of pigments interacting with rough, segmented, or smooth surfaces. The accompanying audio captures crows signaling each other in the physical vicinity of where this video was composed and rendered.
New Year New Work 2018
These two screenings showcase the wide-ranging work of both new and long-term FMC members.
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Optical De-dramatization Engine (O.D.E.) applied in 15-hour cycles to Ma-Xu Weibang's ‘Yeban gesheng’ (Song at Midnight), 1937
Barbara Lattanziblack and white, sound, 15 minRental format: Digital file