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Saturday December 13 — Afternoon Events

The evening includes performances and screenings focusing on the complexity and detail that make Brooklyn a unique city within a city, including pieces written specifically for IDMI's 9 channel video system.

$5 admission for the entire afternoon

(Artists listed in alphabetical order)

2:00 pm — Video Screenings

{+}  Piama Habibullah, James Charles Daher - 'broken land: NOW'
{+}  Jared Lamenzo - 'Brooklyn Bridge'
{+}  Kimberly Simpson, Brian Colby - 'Saint Agnieska, Patroness of the Waterfront'
{+}  vydavy sindikat - 'a voyage to Laputa'
{+}  David Watson - 'Wasted'
{+}  Tamara Yadao - 'Red Hook Sugar'

2:30 pm — IDMI's Featured Screening and Discussion of the 9 Channel Video System

IDMI presents a screening by its graduate students followed by a demonstration and discussion of the technology behind their custom 9 channel video system.

{+}  Gary Acers, Richard Lewis and Lan Xu - 'Global Flittr'

3:00 pm — Video Performances

{+}  Chika (with musician WvS) - '110408'
{+}  Bruce Tovsky - 'Elegy'

4:00 pm — Video Performances

{+}  Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer - 'Coney Island Moves'
{+}  Karl Mendonca - 'A Tiny Patch of Sky.'

Installations

IDMI presents ongoing interactive installations featuring its custom 9 channel video system.

{+}  Bilge Demirtas, Laura Lou and Lenin Paulino - 'Real-time Editing'
{+}  Caroline Bouchat, Angeline Su-Ching Chang and Catalin Stefanovici - 'Club Hello'
vBrooklyn
Dec 12 & 13, 2008
Polytechnic University
Brooklyn, NY


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vBrooklyn is supported by:
   
 
Forward Motion Theater
Polytechnic University, Brooklyn
Integrated Digital Media Institute
Harvestworks
Brooklyn Arts Council
Experimental Television Center NYSCA
mediaThe Foundation
The Experimental Television Center's Presentation Funds program is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and mediaThe Foundation.