Computer Vision – 2020 Shorts
Wednesday, 10/20, 3:30 PM
Director: Calum Walter, Experimental, Italy, 15 min.
The last unit in a fleet of autonomous machines is sent to deliver an emergency vaccine.
Director: Monica Panzarino, Experimental, USA, 5 min.
Barbra Streisand’s version of “Memory”, is processed by “The Nipulator 2.0.
Director: Dirk de Bruyn, Experimental, Australia, 5 min.
Flipping through a series of record covers at breakneck speed forces the eye to sample the images it receives.
Directosr: Monica Duncan , Senem Pirler, Experimental, USA, 10 min.
Queer space, queer objects, and their relationship between queer bodies in audiovisual space.
Director: Chris Peters, Experimental, USA, 6 min.
An artificial intelligence (A.I.) computer watched “Vertigo” 20 times in a row and then it made its own disturbing movie.
Director: Monica Duncan, Experimental, 10 min.
Taking Shape explores the concept of camouflage as a performance practice.
Morning, Noon, Night; Water, Land and Sky
Director: Mark Street, Experimental, USA, 18 min.
A sunken ship gives way to the working rhythms of the current Brooklyn Navy Yard.
My Favorite Object
Director: Meredith Moore, Experimental, 5 min.
“Any object, intensely regarded, may be a gate of access to the incorruptible eon of the gods.” – James Joyce
Director: Gwendolyn Audrey Foster, Experimental, USA, 5 min.
A Dadaist time travel film. A ship on the oceans of time, born out of a dream.
Director: Gregg Biermann, Experimental, USA 10 min.
The visually and sonically rich passage that precedes the climactic gunfight from High Noon is subjected to various global templates.
Director: David Finkelstein, Experimental, USA, 14 min.
A visit to a hypercritical world, where people continually lob insults at one another, creating a poisonous atmosphere which leads to a spiral of violence.
Body Prop – Movement 1 [destroyed be forever all the bonds of nature]
Director: M. Woods, Experimental, Ecuador, France, Mexico, Spain, USA, 14 min.
The vengeance of Hell boils in my heart.