Rebecca Erin Moran | New York, USA
Rebecca Erin Moran with other artists
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, New York, USA
November 7 – November 9, 2017
Optics 0:1: Combinations is the premiere of the second annual multimedia festival directed by Victoria Keddie that examines modalities of creation, production, and performance involving video-based technologies. This year’s festival focuses on combinations of multi-media within the context of a live performance. Areas of focus include multi-channel video camera recording processes and live production, choreography of space and movement, and photographic sound.
Tuesday, November 7 at 8 pm:
Video program curated by Mark Pilkington featuring works by Ingo Swan and Uri Geller.
Nina Sobell revisits her 1972 work “Breaking Glass” for multi channel video camera, broken glass, and mirror, silicone, and projection.
Amy Ruhl performs “Between Tin Men,” a multi-media performance, video, and installation project adapted from L. Frank Baum’s The Tin Woodsman of Oz.
Samantha CC performs new work for multi-channel broadcast.
Wednesday, November 8 at 8 pm:
Video program curated by Kolbeinn Holi and Rebecca Moran featuring: Kolbeinn Holgi, Darri Lorenzen, Laumulistasamsteypan, Ouida Angelica Biddle, Kristín Helga Ríkharðsdóttir, Helena Aðalsteinsdóttir, Rebecca Erin Moran, Todd Mattei.
Kuperus and Miller perform “The Perfect Accent Piece,” a four-part study in absurdity, domestic repetition, and (un)reviewed & under-viewed situations.
Koen Holtkamp (as Beast) performs new work for laser projection and electronic sound.
Matthew Mottel performs “Charas: The Improbable Dome Builders,” an audio/visual performance incorporating Syeus Mottel’s (b. Bronx 1930-2014) photographs from the book CHARAS: The Improbable Dome Builders (forthcoming Fall 2017 via Song Cave and Pioneer Works).
Thursday, November 9 at 8pm:
Cyclops video program curated by Enrico Camporesi featuring: Elizabeth Price, Emily Richardson, Laure Prouvost, Giuseppe Boccassini, John Smith, Peter Miller, Jean-Baptiste Lenglet.
Tatiana Kronberg and Meg Clixby perform new work that presents the darkened chamber of the performance space as a metaphor for the unconscious brain activity of electrochemical waves.
Zach Layton, Victoria Keddie, Elisa Sanitago, Felicia Ballos present “Transduction,” new work for electronic video and sound controlled camera system and movement.
Live mixed by Brock Monroe and Joshua White (Joshua Light Show).
Media installation of “Pattern Language” by Peter Burr.
Preview videos Nov 7-9 by Jonna Kina.
Video programs curated by Enrico Camporesi (Centre Pompidou, Paris), Kolbein Holgi & Rebecca Moran (Reykjavik), and Mark Pilkington (Quietus Press / Strange Attractor, London).
About the artist
Rebecca Erin Moran is an visual artist based in Reykjavik Iceland. Her work takes diverse forms such as installation, sculpture, performance, and projection. Rebecca Erin Moran was born in 1976 in Greeley in Colorado, USA. After she completed her BFA studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Rebecca moved and lived in The Netherlands before taking up residence in Iceland in 2005.