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JOSE ALVAREZ (b. 1968)
Cosmic Geometry (Ayau asca Dream Remix)\, 2008
Jose Alvarez's abstract animations are t he opulent accompaniments to the artist's collages and crystal paintings - coupling voluptuous swells of colorful shapes with hypnotic sound. Organic forms in the animations melt and undulate in and out of one another\, creat ing a peaceful\, yet hallucinatory atmosphere.


PHILL IP ESTLUND (b. 1974)
Crossing the Equator\, 2007
Phi llip Estlund's video\, "Crossing the Equator\," is comprised of footage ori ginally shot in 8 mm in 1968 by the artist's father. The film portrays a U. S. Navy ritual in which young men are transformed by engaging in a series o f humiliating tasks. It was cut and edited by Estlund to create a new and h aunting work.


DARA FRIEDMAN (b. 1968)
Talk Show\, 1999
In Dara Friedman's "Talk Show\," five women dres sed as newscasters speak the news like sultry\, lipglossed newscasters. The "news" is actually the artist's notes from a class with filmmaker Peter Ku belka.


NELSON HALLONQUIST (b. 1982)
A Warm Smile\, 2011
Footage of John Waters being interviewed is edi ted into split second clips of him smiling. The repetition of his welcoming facial gestures ask the viewer to reconsider initial preconceptions of app earance.


DAVID HAXTON (b. 1943)
Cylinde r Sphere and Solid\, 1978
David Haxton's films came out of an int erest in producing films from an artist's viewpoint rather than from a film making narrative approach. They are not about recreating a life experience\ , but rather using the elements of film to create a self-reflexive story ab out the medium of film. In Haxton's words\, "the film would describe itself by using the intrinsic elements that define film." These elements are ligh t\, the illusion of space\, and the reality of the space where the film is projected.


MARILYN MINTER (b. 1948)
Gr een Pink Caviar\, 2009
"I was shooting stills of models with long tongues swirling and sucking bakery products from under a pane of glass. I wanted to make enamel paintings along the idea of painting with my tongue. My makeup artist shot some short videos just to see how it would look. The low definition videos looked so good that later we made plans to do a prof essional high definition video. I have made both billboards and produced a commercial advertising a 1989 painting show so this made sense as a next st ep. Green Pink Caviar seems to have a life of its own." - Marilyn Minter


ALEKSANDRA MIR (b. 1967)
Gravity\, 20 06
In 2006 Aleksandra Mir converted a once industrial train turning s tation\, now a performance space\, into a live rocket factory\, much like N ASA's barn at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The "rocket" took two da ys of construction\, stood erect for three days\, and was dismantled in ano ther two. Gravity documents the process.

This project was comm issioned by the Art Catalyst\, supported by the Arts Council of England and the Henry Moore Foundation and built for the show "Space Soon" at the Camd en Roundhouse\, London.


DANIEL NEWMAN (b. 1978)
Tropical Depression\, 2006
Daniel Newman took a boat tr ip from Miami to Puerto Rico in 2006. The boat encountered a tropical depre ssion\, which is a much more serious and nauseating event at sea than on la nd. In Tropical Depression\, Newman chooses to confront the viewer with his experience rather than simply relay it.


SCOTT REEDE R (b. 1970)
In Search Of\, 2011
The title of Scott R eeder's In Search Of refers to a the Leonard Nimoy series of the same name\ , which sought to investigate unexplained mysteries. Reeder's video takes u s on a journey through found images of bizarre products and objects which a re associated by color. Music by Scott Reeder.


MUNGO THOMSON (b. 1969)
Untitled (Titles)\, 2006
Continui ng his exploration of typographical phenomenology\, Thomson's video plays a ll of the sample titles that come standard in a Sony video camera\, in each of the standard colors.


T.J. WILCOX (b. 1965)< br /> Jackie on Skorpios\, 2007
Jackie on Skorpios examines th e intense influence of collective opinion on a public figure's tragic life.


ROB WYNNE (b. 1950)
1975: A Film by R ob Wynne\, 1975
Wynne's film uses vintage\, seemingly nostalgic f ootage of lush trees\, abstracted eyes\, and a spinning gem to create an et hereal experience that seems hazily familiar.


HENNE SSEY YOUNGMAN (b. ?)
ART THOUGHTZ: Bruce Nauman\, 2010
ART THOUGHTZ: Post Structuralism\, 2010
Hennessy Youngman's ART THOUGHTZ series are raw\, no holds barred art critiques using only a w ebcam to communicate. His sharp\, deft criticisms are filtered through a hi lariously harsh persona and then spread through social networks\, something rarely seen in academic side of art criticism. Getting through his stylize d exterior\, Youngman's commentary is astute\, perceptive and incredibly kn owledgable. Bruce Nauman tackles the continuous topic of authenticity\, whi le Post Structuralism dissects more difficult philosophical territory.

DTEND:20110730 DTSTAMP:20140801T235320 DTSTART:20110604 GEO:26.7007534;-80.0375662 LOCATION:Gavlak\,249 B Worth Avenue \nPalm Beach\, FL 33840 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Cool Videos for a Hot Florida Summer \, Jose Alvarez\, Phillip Estl und\, Dara Friedman\, Nelson Hallonquist\, David Haxton\, Marilyn Minter\, Aleksandra Mir\, Daniel Newman\, Scott Reeder\, Mungo Thomson\, Rob Wynne\, Hennessy Youngman UID:166458 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR