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Frames: At Sea (2007) by Peter Hutton

Peter Hutton, 2007, 59 min, 16mm, color, silent Stills are presented in reverse sequential order. Peter Hutton (born 1944 in Detroit, Michigan) is an experimental filmmaker, known primarily for his silent cinematic portraits of cities and landscapes around the world. He has also worked as a professional cinematographer, most notably for his former student Ken […]

7 Question (Oulipo) Interview with Nicolas Sassoon, Vancouver-based Computer Artist

Nicolas Sassoon is a Canada-and-France-based computer artist whose work dissects landscape, architecture, and wordplay by digital dint of the raffish animated .gif. His work benefits from stylized pseudo-retro aesthetics, characterized by lurid colors, moving patterns, and bitmap. His work is quite delicious when it wanders through notional objects, sanctities, and sanguine wordplay. The following interview is […]

Interview with Rafaël Rozendaal

Viewing the art of Rafaël Rozendaal evokes a warm and curious feeling: he produces incredible work, featuring bold and beautiful graphic, thoughtful use of color and eloquent animation, lifting the digital canvas to higher plane. Rozendaal is an artist from Amsterdaam, Netherlands, and he makes websites as art pieces, those pieces are sold with domain […]

A Holiday Appeal from Anthology Film Archives

The following letter was sent in an Anthology Film Archives email. Considering not everyone subscribes, nor understands what the A.F.A. is, it’s a good idea to share. Jonas Mekas, Founder and Artistic Director of the Anthology Film Archives, explains that sometime in the future, the Anthology Film Archives will big time lift their website to the […]