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There’s Still Time, Brother Short Film Review (2010)

The Wooster Collective’s There’s Still Time, Brother, is quite the interactive filmmaking achievement. Displayed in a circular room, it features the composite of twelve different cameras, stitched together loosely to fill a 360-degree space. From the center of the room, stools radiate outwards, and one central chair, with a back, serves as the solitary “remote”...Read...
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Tobacco – “Grape Aerosmith” Music Video

Jesus, is Tobacco killing it or what? This video is a hyperactive spazoid of sped-up film, reversed film, and all sorts of editing tricks alluding to mental health diseases and freakouts. Featuring Beck! Director, Cinematographer, Editor – Allen Cordell Starring James Petz Producer, Costumes – Laurie Isabella Location Scout, Production Coordinator – Temperance David Special...Read...
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Launderette Short Film Review (2010)

Launderette is a short film that takes place in a laundromat — a place that can feel stale and depressing, yet always seems to capture a strange charm when viewed through a lens. UK director Bertie Telezynski‘s short film, with cinematography by Alex Nevill, is a personal look at the lives of those who visit...Read...
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Paula Stokes’ Bold Strokes At The Shift Studio.

For four more days, the works of Paula Stokes will be on display at the Shift Studio! A glass artist as well as printmaker based in Seattle, Stokes likes to explore human nature and psychology in her pieces, using the relationships among line, color, form, and texture in bold and interesting ways. www.paulastokes.com www.shiftstudio.org
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Artist Jane Lackey Maps Out Conversations.

On first glance, it might be easy to write off the work of Seattle artist Jane Lackey as mumbo-jumbo, but when one studies the materials she uses, her interests in neuroscience, genetics, and speech patterns, pieces like those from the above series, Survey, seem to make a bit more sense. Using paint, tape, and stickers,...Read...
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