New Toronto Works

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Saturday September 26th
Geary Lane (360 Geary Ave.)
8:00 PM
$8 / $5 Students and Members

New Toronto Works, now in its 22nd edition, is a stalwart of Pleasure Dome’s fall season, and this year’s selection offers a diverse survey of the most vibrant moving-image work Toronto artists have to offer. Across found footage experiments, computer and stop-motion animation, documentaries, travelogues, essay films, formal exercises, and installations, these works are a testament to the limitless creativity of this city’s practitioners.

Curated by Amber Christensen & Jesse Cumming

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Program 1:
Still Feeling Blue About Colour Separation, Christine Lucy Latimer, 2015, 2:08, Super 8mm
Clarabel, Ben Bruhmuller, 2014, 11:10
The Irony of Fate, Felix Kalmenson, 2015, 11:48
Colour Theory, Barbara Sternberg, 2014, 4:31, 16mm
Covered, Jonathon M.B. Hunter, 2014, 6:50

Program 2:
By the Time We Got To Expo, Phil Hoffman & Eva Kolcze, 2015, 9:06
Alberta, Dan Browne, 2014, 2:50
Amtrak, Sylvain Chaussée, 2014, 8:25, 16mm
Clear and No Screws, Brett Story, 2014, 6:25
Bevel, Katie Kotler, 2014, 1:55
A Good Place to Hide, Sarah D’Angelo, 2015, 0:52
Let Me ASMR You, Clint Enns, 2014, 2:40

Installations by Layne Hinton and Augustina Saygnavong.

Music by Slime City DJs (Julia Dickens & Jesse Locke)

All works projected digitally unless noted.
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