Karissa Hahn

1_ _ _ _ _1 {tension} (2015) DVD NTSC, B&W, 02:50 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: arts & artists, films about film, structural

OH! uh, canted angle.... a 'collaboration' or rather, a collusion of sorts...as for my volition....I fall, you falter.. thinking about "A Young Girl Defending Herself against Eros" by William Adolphe Bouguereau 1880 thinking about taking us down with me //the first in a series///

Rental: $30.00

DVD NTSC Sale: $60.00

Karissa Hahn

_______ (2016) Digital File, b&w, 4 min

Making a pot of tea, listening to Obama speak on the news on November 14th, 2016... listening to Trump on the computer from a 60 minute interview... air mattresses are the worst to fold up... a silent tea kettle reaching boil is a terrifying sound.

Rental: $30.00

DVD NTSC Sale: $60.00

Karissa Hahn

Regal (2015) 16mm, color, 2 min

from: film (theater) to > youtube (home) > to film (theater). Torrented/pirated (digital) images as found footage, printed from a household printer onto 16mm clear film. Such as the loading dial, REGAL aims to circulate and find its way back to the screen. Take this proxy and see that the ghost has become tangible. informed largely by: Hito Steyerl's "In Defense of the Poor Image".

Rental: $30.00

16mm Sale: $100.00

Karissa Hahn

(I)FRAME (2016) 35mm, Digital File, color, 11 min

A video is a stream of information, and this moving image relies upon the relationship of static frames which are algorithmically determined... In the language of video compression, the (I) frames are the reference points between which movement is interpolated. Manual deletion or misplacement of (I) frames results in a video glitch known as datamosh... the stream of nformation d srupted, d sorgan zed... nterrupted... lost... the () frame removed, rejected ... BUT, reclaimed, the (I) frame, the burning bolts of the machine, are at once reasserted in this dance macabre... (I) FRAME is a mechanical ballet set to the original tempo that characterizes motion on a screen at 24 (I) frames a second... shot at the 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge in Pomana, CA

Rental: $50.00

35mm Sale: $100.00

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