Screening

Tune in to Green – Exhibition Seven : Live Screening recap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The second live screening of a Tune in to Green exhibition took place at Sparky Pocket Park space in Austin, Texas on the night of Saturday, July 23rd. Seventeen people were in attendance to watch the watery, windy, and green short films of the 2022 summer show, Exhibition Seven. The 64-minute compilation is still available to rent for $7 USD, through August 31st at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/tuneintogreen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Featured works were by:

Wyn-Lyn Tan & Shawn Low –  Singapore; Adriana López Garibay –  Mexico/Spain; Ebba Jahn, Paul Hubweber, and Dirk Bell – Germany; Matthew Pell – Leicester, England; John Winn – Durham, North Carolina; Daniel Lofgren – New York; Stephanie Reid – Austin, Texas; Ata Mojilish – Bangladesh/Austin; Leslie Kell – Austin; Weston Lyon – Los Angeles; Millad Khonsorkh – Lisbon, Portugal; Nancy Wyllie – Providence, Rhode Island; and Hong Yane Wang – London

 

We kicked off the night with a BYO ice cream party, a summer-themed music mix, and explorations of the park.

  The show began with intros by the Austin artists in attendance – Stephanie Reid, Ata Mojilish, and Leslie Kell,

who also read a poem, from her Vestiges collection, to set the mood.

 

Comments of the night were:

“It was really nice to see something different for a change.”

“All of these films are so thought-provoking. I want to talk about all of them!”

“I’m still crying from Moth Vitals.”

“Wonderful curation”

“I feel calm after watching all of those watery films.”

 

(audience watches “Be As Water” by Leslie Kell of Austin, Texas)

(audience watches “Decay” by Ata Mojilish of Bangladesh & Austin, Texas)

 

 

 

(audience watches “Big Water” by Weston Lyon of Los Angeles)

(audience watches “Utopia” by Adriana López Garibay of Mexico & Spain)


Tune in to Green – Exhibition Six : Live Screening recap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first live screening of a Tune in to Green exhibition took place at

Casa de Luz in Austin, Texas on the evening of Saturday, April 16th. A dozen

people were in attendance. The 2022 Spring show, Exhibition Six was projected.

Featured works were by:

Paulius Šliaupa & Suzan Peeters – Belgium / Lithuania; Harvey Goldman & Jing Wang – Dartmouth, Massachusetts; Sinéad Curran – Dublin, Ireland; Laura Gillis – Toronto, Canada; Michael Lyons – Kyoto, Japan; Jung-Chul Hur – South Korea / Thailand; Stephanie Reid – Austin, Texas; REW (Rachel Wagner) & Galen Tipton –  Columbus, Ohio; Evie McKenna – Queens, New York: Katherine Balsley & Irina Escalante-Chernova: Atlanta, GA / Milwaukee, WI; Jody Zellen – Santa Monica, California; Mary Trunk – Altadena, California / Newfoundland, Canada;
Jean-Michel Rolland & Fran Lejeune – Marseille, France;
and Benna Gaean Maris – Belgium / Italy.
 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments of the night were:

“Thank you! I really needed that!”

“More fireflies!”

“District 7 inspired me to want to make a video poem.”

“I just loved Little Crown. That last scene reminded me of my Grandma.”

“All the flower films were so pleasing!”

“I didn’t want the show to end!”

“I really felt the tree and the man becoming one another in Symbiosis.”

 

(audience watches “Symbiosis” by Jim Rolland and Fran Lejeune of Marseilles, France)

 


Tune in to Green – Exhibition Six, Live Screening!

short film screening announcement

short film screening announcement

 

To watch the trailer, get more info, and purchase tickets visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/304441571937

 

Tune in to Green – Exhibition Six features micro-short films and sound pieces by experimental and expanded documentary makers around the globe. Themes such as Spring, care, motherhood, and femininity are presented in this show, using a myriad of forms and colors from 2D + 3D animation, 16mm film, video + effects, to dance.