Thursday, June 2, 2016


Convergence and Cacophony: experimental documents from Dustin Zemel
On June 28th we will present Convergence and Cacophony: experimental documents from Dustin Zemel. Dustin Zemel is an award-winning video artist and scholar. His works and curated programs have screened at Experiments in Cinema (Albuquerque), Horse Hospital (London), PDX Film Fest (Portland), ACRE TV (Chicago) and more. He is the founder and former director of Grand Detour, a microcinema, curatorial group, and educational hub for experimental filmmakers and new media artists in Portland, OR. Currently, he is pursuing a PhD at Louisiana State University as an EDA scholar studying experimental and documentary media.

June 28th
Grand Illusion Cinema

Eric Ostrowski
Seattle's Eric Ostrowski presents a multi-projector performance comprised of 16 mm film loops, video feedback, violin and manipulation of optical soundtracks! Ostrowski will also screen his hallucinatory Avenue of the Dead, a hand-painted barrage offering “subconscious meltdown” amidst “the ruins of Teotihuacán.” Several new films will also be on the program.

July 19th
Grand Illusion Cinema


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