Frames per Second

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Frames per Second
Curated by: Caitlin Horsmon

1613 Genessee Street
Kansas City, MO 64102
July 8th, 2012 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

United States
Saturdays 10-5 (or by appointment); Bi-Monthly Openings on Third Thursdays
experimental film, digital, video-art


FRAMES PER SECOND: Film/Video/New Media
PLUG Projects 1613 Genessee St. KCMO 64102
Sunday, July 8th 
Time: 7:00pm

PLUG Projects is pleased to announce the debut of a new series for film, video and new media called, FRAMES PER SECOND. FPS is a bi-monthly occurring program that features a mix of emerging and established artists based locally, nationally, and internationally. Works for screening have been chosen from over forty submissions to our call for entry. Each installment of FPS features selections in response to the current PLUG exhibition. For this edition the films and digital videos reflect, Dramatic Chromatic, PLUG's exhibition which explores color as its main focal point. FPS is co-curated by PLUG and Kansas City-based filmmaker and UMKC professor, Caitlin Horsmon. The first installment of FPS will take place Sunday, July 8, at 7pm, starting with an introduction by Horsmon to the evening’s program. We hope to see you Sunday night at our screening of these stellar works!

FPS “Dramatic Chromatic” Program:

Tony Gault, Ghost of Yesterday, 2012, digital video, 5:30 min.
Ron Lambert, City Order, 2008, digital video, 3:33 min.
Christine Lucy Latimer, The Magic Iffektor, 2011, analog video, 4:00 min. 
Lillian Schwartz, Bagatelles, 1977, film on video, 4:16 min.
Jessee McLean, Magic for Beginners, 2010, digital video, 20:33 min.
Simon Tarr, Interruptus, 2011, digital video, 4:00 min.
Casey Smallwood, As Yourself or as Me, 2012, digital video, 4:43 min.
Ben Pop, Shapes, Changes, Construction, Trees, 2012, 16mm, 4:51 min.
Lillian Schwartz, La Spiritata, 1976, analog video, 5:00 min.
Joshua Solondz, Burning Star, analog video, 2011, 4:05 min. 

(Total Program Run Time: Approximately 60 min)