June 11th
ERC @ New Media Art & Sound Summit

June 11th, 2015
7pm
@ Salvage Vanguard Theater
2803 E Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78722 (map)
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Add to Calendar 06-11-2014 19:00:00 06-11-2014 21:00:00 11 ERC @ NMASS Experimental Response Cinema is once again excited to be part of the New Media Art & Sound Summit, organized by the Church of the Friendly Ghost! ERC members Jarrett Hayman (with Peter Hofstad), Ekrem Serdar (with Rick Reed), Scott Stark, and Rachel Stuckey will be screening a number of recent and rarely screened single and multi-projector performances. This festival is an unmissable occasion to see some mind-blowing sound, music, and visual work, and the 2015 edition is no exception.. Full details at http://www.ercatx.org/june-11th-erc-nmass/ 2803 Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78722 Experimental Response Cinema admin@ercatx.org https://www.facebook.com/events/892487117476982/ false MM/DD/YYYY

Experimental Response Cinema is once again excited to be part of the New Media Art & Sound Summit, organized by the Church of the Friendly Ghost! ERC members Jarrett Hayman (with Peter Hofstad), Ekrem Serdar (with Rick Reed), Scott Stark, and Rachel Stuckey will be screening a number of recent and rarely screened single and multi-projector performances. This festival is an unmissable occasion to see some mind-blowing sound, music, and visual work, and the 2015 edition is no exception. Check out their full schedule here. Come out!

Back In the Saddle Again by Scott Stark
10 mins / 16mm / sound / 1997
A found footage film that innocently plays with many of the elements I explore in my own work. A family’s playful interaction with a 16mm sound movie camera, singing along as a group with Gene Autrey’s title song in front of the camera, combines western fantasy, American kitsch, gender posturing, deterioration of the film’s surface, the wonderment of the cinematic process, and the use of controlled accidents to shape the form of the film. My only intrusion on the footage was to print it first in negative, which adds a mysterious, ghostly edge to it, and to print it again in positive, which seems to answer many of the questions raised in the first version.

On Mission Hill by Jarrett Hayman + Peter Hofstad
15 min / 2 x Super 8mm / live sound by Peter Hosftad / 2015
On Mission Hill consists of 8 rolls of mostly hand-processed film, some found, all of it from a period of time dating from 2006 to 2013. The film was inspired by the idea that memory is a construction, an essentially creative act that bears little resemblance to the photographic quality it is often ascribed. It is also an exercise in chance relationships between image and image and image and sound.

Hello, Nebula? It’s me, Margaret by Rachel Stuckey
15 min / 2 x Digital Projectors + 16mm / live sound / 2015
Margaret’s got questions. She contacts an other-dimensional nebula to find that one weird trick discovered by a mom.

Untitled Projector Performance (Take 3) by Ekrem Serdar + Rick Reed
20 min / 3 x 16mm / sound by Rick Reed / 2015
The latest iteration of an on-going collaboration between Rick Reed and Ekrem Serdar.