Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation
November 9, 2013
1084 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Screenings at 2:30, 5:00 and 7:30 PM
$10 admission for each program
$30 full festival pass includes a free 2013 festival poster, designed and printed by Sonnenzimmer
The 2013 Eyeworks Festival lineup:
PROGRAM 1, 2:30 PM
Ian Cheng, bbrraattss, 2013
Yoriko Mizushiri, Futon, 2013
Jenni Rope, Tiikerimuuri, 2012
Stefan Gruber, Lightweight, 1999
Paul Bush, Furniture Poetry, 1999
Lawrence Jordan, Solar Sight II, 2012
Africanus Okokon, New Everyday, 2012
Anu-Laura Tuttelberg, The Fly Mill, 2011
Karen Yasinsky, No Place Like Home, 1998
Matt Abbiss, collected short works, 2011-2013
Lisa Barcy & Jim Trainor, The Ordovicians, 2004
Robert Breer, Man and His Dog Out For Air, 1957
Sarina Nihei, The Play of Independent Heads, 2013
Luigi Allemano, Improvisation no. 1: Cumulative Loops, 2013
Eduardo Paolozzi with Emma Calder and Susan Young, 1984 (Music for Modern Americans), 1984
PROGRAM 2, 5:00 PM
David Lebrun, Tanka, 1976
André Ruvio, O Dilúvio, 2011
Atsuhi Wada, Anomalies, 2013
Michael Frei, Not About Us, 2012
Jake Fried, Down Into Nothing, 2013
Brandon Blommaert, aaa[A]aaa, 2012
Manfred Mohr, Cubic Limit, 1973-74
Oskar Fischinger, Allegretto, 1936-43
Alexandre Louvenaz, Minotaure, 2012
Edwin Rostron, Of Unknown Origin, 2010
Paul Glabicki, Object Conversation, 1985
Michael Whitney, Binary Bit Patterns, 1969
Michaela Pavlátová, Words, Words, Words, 1991
Sawako Kabuki, Here, There, and Everywhere, 2013
Georges Schwizgebel, Rapture of Frank N. Stein, 1982
James Lowne, Someone Behind The Door Knocks at Irregular Intervals, 2011
PROGRAM 3, 7:30 PM
Harry Smith, Heaven & Earth Magic, 1961. A legendary feature-length collage animation.
Eyeworks is an invitational festival focusing on abstract animation and unconventional character animation. Festival programs showcase outstanding experimental animation of all sorts: classic films, new animations and rare or overlooked works. The Eyeworks festival was founded in 2010 and is held annually in Chicago, with additional curated programs presented in Chicago and other cities throughout the year.
The Eyeworks programs showcase a range of animation techniques, including paper cutouts, stop-motion with puppets, 3D computer animation, and a wide variety of hand-drawn methods. The content of the films is equally varied, and includes cosmic abstraction, psychedelic characters, geometric patterning, and surrealistic narratives.
Eyeworks celebrates animated moving images that express unusual vision, unusual approaches, and unusual style.
Festival directors: Alexander Stewart and Lilli Carré
The 2013 Eyeworks Festival is sponsored by the Canyon Cinema Foundation & the Video Data Bank.