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Dinca Vision Quest 2015 Full 2015 Program

DINCA VISION QUEST 2015 Contemporary Moving Image & Media Arts Festival September 10–12, 2015 at the MCA Chicago (9/10) & Co-Prosperity Sphere (9/11–9/12) dincavisionquest.com | dinca.org | @dincablog #DVQ15 Presented by dinca.org, Vision Quest is a three-day festival celebrating the most innovative contemporary moving image and media art culture from artists worldwide, with salient interest in […]

Peter Burr, Arcology, Vision Quest 2015

Arcology Peter Burr 2015, 6 min, USA, hd video, b&w, sound, (World Premiere) In video games there is the concept of an infinite dungeon – an endlessly regenerating death labyrinth. There’s an intimate quality to a structure that remakes itself after each horrible demise and invites you to try again. Dungeons are the study of […]

Vision Quest 2015

Presented by dinca.org, Vision Quest is a three-day festival celebrating the most notable contemporary moving image and media art culture. September 10, 2015, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago September 11, 2015, at Co-Prosperity Sphere September 12, 2015, at Co-Prosperity Sphere Featuring work by: Basma Alsharif, Ephraim Asili, Trisha Baga & Jesse Stead, Tony Balko, Stephanie Barber, Michael Bell-Smith, Peter Burr, Petra […]

A Survey of Recent Contemporary Moving Images, Part One

“A Survey of Recent Contemporary Moving Images, Part One” Friday, June 26, 2015 8pm–10pm, free admission Comfort Station Logan Square 2579 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60647 “A Survey of Recent Contemporary Moving Images” is a three-part screening series surveying contemporary moving image-based art, both film and video, by established and emerging artists. This installment, […]

Scene 2 by Kim Laughton (2014)

Scene 2, Kim Laughton, 2014, 2 min, hd video, color, sound A hyperreal ride upward on a shopping mall escalator, with indoor palm foliage simulacra, and artificial tropical forest sounds.

MELTER! by Andrew Benson

MELTER! by Andrew Benson “A super melty, lighting feedback in-browser visual experiment created by Andrew Benson using HTML5/WebGL graphics.” Try it out here.