Media Arts Program

Saturday, January 22, 2005


Presented at:
Market Arcade Film and Art Center

Image from Sandra Bermudez's
All That You Can See

Still from Songyi Kim's
I Promise to Do Something With You

Still from Daniel Cockburn's Metronome

Still from Natasha Spencer's Somewhere
at the Market Arcade Film & Arts Centre
639 Main Street, Buffalo
$8 General; $6 Hallwalls Members (with valid membership card); $5.50 students/seniors

Post-screening party Saturday night at 10 p.m.
at SOUNDLAB, 110 Pearl Street, Buffalo, NY
FREE with ticket stub, otherwise $5

RESOLUTIONS 05, a two-day festival of film, video, and sound selected from over 150 entries of original work from local, regional, and international artists, will kick off our 2005 media arts program by focusing on original media and performance work that highlights the experimental and resolutely unique.

Although Hallwalls’ new building is still under renovation, the Market Arcade Film and Arts Centre has kindly agreed to have us host the RESOLUTIONS screenings at their cinema. Following Saturday’s screening there will be a party at Soundlab (whom we also thank for their generosity), featuring sound and music performances by local area artists, organized by J.T. Rinker. Members of the Real Dream Cabaret as well as various visiting artists will be present on both nights.

(An * indicates that the artist will be present.)

Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 8 p.m.
* ALIENS AND STAR TRAVELERS (video, 7:30 min., 2004) by David Brown (Colorado)
BIT STREAMS (video, 3 min., 2003) by Sandra Gibson (New York)
TWO BY TWELVE (video, 1 min., 2003) by Sarah Hanssen (New York)
JAPAN: KESEI LINE SINGLE TAKE (16mm, 5 min., 2001) by Ian Toews (Toronto)
SOMEWHERE (video, 2:15 min., 2002) by Natasha Spencer (Chicago)
I PROMISE TO DO SOMETHING WITH YOU (video, 2 min., 2003) by Songyi Kim (New York)
CINEMA STUDY (video, 4:40 min., 2003) by Gregg Biermann (New Jersey)
* PSYCHO/28 x 2 (video, 3 min., 2002) by Daniel Cockburn (Toronto)
* METRONOME (video, 10 min., 2002) by Daniel Cockburn (Toronto)
* I HATE VIDEO (video, 8 min., 2002) by Daniel Cockburn (Toronto)
SKIP (video, 9 min., 2002) by Ann Marie Steuernagel (Massachusetts)
ALL THAT YOU CAN SEE (video, 2002) by Sandra Bermudez (New York)