State Change: A solo screening of Lydia Moyer IN PERSON!!!

Drawing on unrest since Ferguson, these recent experimental videos explore the tension between fragility and terror in contemporary America.  Connecting climate change, the struggle for social justice, and our current political order, the works in State Change alternately speculate on and evoke the sensual reality of the anthropocene.

 

Lydia Moyer is a visual artist and media maker whose experimental video work is shown widely at film and video festivals in the US and Europe.  She is based in Charlottesville, VA.

 

8:00pm (not punk time) screening.

$10 or pay what you can. No one turned away. 

Q&A after the screening

The Alamo Draft House Sloans Lake

4255 W. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80204

Facebook event page is here

 

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Comet song – 2 min

A meditation on aggression and fragility. The primary audio is the sound of oscillations in the magnetic field of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko run through a frequency booster by scientists at the European Space Agency.

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The forcing no 1 – 9 min

A foreboding rumination on environmental and social change.

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Letter From the Gone World – 18 min

Loss returns to us what is gone in this portrait of the future in the past tense.

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The Forcing (no. 2) – 7 min

Begun in the wake of recent (and ongoing) unrest in Ferguson, MO, The Forcing (no. 2) is a meditation on power and the longing for deliverance in contemporary America. It combines original sound and video with appropriated content, observing no hierarchy of image quality or authorship.

Song "red August" by Diane Cluck, (C) (P) 2012 Diane Cluck (BMI) / Bone & Bloom Publishing, used with permission. dianecluck.info

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The Director – 10 min,

Begun as a straight-forward documentary in 2006 about the Art Farm, an artist's retreat in rural Nebraska, the footage that makes up The Director ultimately found it's resolution as a fantastical exploration of anarchic micro-governance and rural culture. It exists somewhere between a movie and a written text.

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Solstice – 3 min

An election re-orders the natural world.

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The Forcing (no. 6) – 6 min

Last in a series that explores the connections between the natural world and the struggle for social justice through mediated experience.