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Mark Wiener and Linda DiGusta

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"Duet" was orig inally conceived as a mini-documentary under the working title "Duet in Bla ck and White for Abstract and Figure." When beginning to edit\, they decide d that the simple\, compelling imagery of work in progress best depicted th e rhythm that exists between them as a couple and the art that each of them creates. With the score by Yukari\, the message is that romance and art ar e inextricably linked.  In Wiener’s “Silence Please\,” one action informs t he next. As a vocabulary is built\, each layer of thought re-examines the p revious thought and instructs the next.  Simple marks repeat\, skipping acr oss the surface of the screen\, alluding to figuration. The animation is co nceived in moments of complete silence\, with imagination skipping across c onsciousness.

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Timothy Hutchings

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The “Mandala” series comes from Hutchings interest in aestheticizing his non-art activities.  H e records his slack time in various ways and then feeds that back into proc esses which convert the waste into something resembling art.  The Mandala w orks are records of video viewing which are then ran through video manipula tion software\, creating  quasi-psychedelia from pop culture. The music is just the sound from the video source reprocessed. 

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Jeanne Wilkin son

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 “Wakefield Dream” is an amalgam of the artist’s paintings\ , photography\, animations\, and her projections on rocks\, trees\, and als o on moving figures shrouded with translucent fabric.  She merges this imag ery with footage of her son Andrew Keeley Yonda and his wife Jennifer playi ng music and dancing. The sound track utilizes her son’s music with other e ffects from the filming process.  All of this forms a sequence of layered i magery that unfolds like an uncanny dream.  “Something-Something with Fish” is an animated abstraction derived from the artwork of Kaitlin Martin and footage of wildlife filmed by Wilkinson in Duluth\, Minnesota’s fresh-water aquarium.

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Beth Warshafsky

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"Haiku: Springs Again” is a single channel video weaving multiple layers of content. 

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It’s a dream written on a napkin\, a silhouette of the artist dancing\, with vide o textures and sound merged into a short\, concise whole.  "I am Calling Yo u” is a work in progress\, a combination of textured layers of real time pe rformance with the live camera input of musician Gerry Hemingway. Warshafsk y’s work emerges over time as she finds form between image and sound. This intuitive process connects to her past as a painter - she often feels like she is painting in time. 

DTEND:20121010T210000 DTSTAMP:20140820T180006 DTSTART:20121010T180000 GEO:40.7387292;-73.9809605 LOCATION:CREON\,238 East 24 St 1B\nNew York\, NY 10010 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Videos by Night\, Linda DiGusta\, Timothy Hutchings\, Beth Warshafs ky\, Mark Wiener\, Jean Wilkinson UID:238592 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR