Join us for an extra night on LEAP DAY to experience Sound and Images|Analogue | Electronic Music | Film Performance by Blaine & Ross Speigel.
PIX FILM Collective and TRICKY WOMEN Presents:
BRIGHT SPOTS & PUSHING BOUNDARIES
Recent Animations by Austrian Women Artists
Tuesday Feb, 11 at 7PM
at PIX FILM Gallery
1411 Dufferin Street Unit C
The program BRIGHT SPOTS & PUSHING BOUNDARIES curated by TRICKY WOMEN/TRICKY REALITIES assembles contemporary positions of Austrian female animation filmmakers. The films are currently touring around the world in cooperation with the Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration, and Foreign Affairs. With this program, we once again put the experimental animated film work of women artists at the center of attention.The spectrum of animation technology in analog and digital ranges from drawing and claymation to computer-generated abstraction.
You are still there, Ingrid Gaier, 2017, 4´16
Gerda Wunsch, Barbara Ecker , Bernardette Moser, 2016, 6’12
Solar mechanix 1.1, Martina Tritthart, 2018, 3’28
Knagglig, Amelie Schöglhofer, 2017, 2’33
Me-LOG, Eni Brandner, 2018, 6’52
Fly Us To The Moons, LIA, 2017, 5´35
The Wet Hair, Rebecca Akoun, 2015, 08’00
Lanes, Evelyn Kreinecker, 2017, 5´
Muybridge’s Disobedient Horses, Anna Vasof, 2018, 4´30
How To Adapt, Maria Chalela, 2017, 1’25
Late Season, Daniela Leitner, 2017, 7´26
Glimpse of the Future, Marlene Heidinger, Maité Kalita, Silvia Knödlstorfer, Ji-yoon Lee, Esther Martens, Andreas Neudecker, Sebastian Doringer, Lucia de Quiqueran-Beaujeu, Amelie Schlöglhofer, 2017, 3´16
BRIGHT SPOTS & PUSHING BOUNDARIES is a collaboration between TRICKY WOMEN/TRICKY REALITIES and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration, and Foreign Affairs.
Austrian Embassy Ottawa
Image: Solar mechanix 1.1,
Martina Tritthart, AT 2018
PIX FILM and LIFT co-present
"Dissolving Views: West Toronto, Past and Present".
As the artist in PIX FILM/LIFT Studio Immersion Program, Andrew Lennox has worked in a new project using archival images (government/public domain sources) of the development of West Toronto, over the last 100+ years, as its source material. In addition, he will photograph and use the Google Streetview archive to depict the development that has occurred in the same boundary, over the past 10 years.
The research and work in progress will be presented on
Friday December 20 at 7pm
at PIX FILM Gallery
Light refreshements will be served
Supported by The Petman
About the artist
Andrew Lennox,is a film-based artist. Typically, he create objects using analog film as source material and then animate those objects to create a new film. The “film-objects” are presented as sculptures, alongside a looped screening of the animated film. The intention is to straddle the divide between traditional fine arts in a gallery setting, with the convention of projecting film as a timed-based medium, in a cinema setting. This highlights the time-based distinction between analog film and the traditional fine arts, while also demonstrating their relationship as objects of art. While analog film shares its timed-based quality with digital film, digital film does not inherently exist as an object. This unique, intermediary space is both a division and a connection between analog film, digital film and the traditional fine arts. The thrust of his work explores analog film as both a distinct and a related artistic medium, to the traditional fine arts and to digital film.
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