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subota, 1. lipnja 2013.
Dan Browne - Memento Mori (2012)
Život kao epileptički napadaj (trenutak može trajati vječno i obratno).
A meditation on (im)mortality, mediated by a lifetime of images.
"A man sets out to draw the world. As the years go by, he peoples a space with images of provinces, kingdoms, mountains, bays, ships, islands, fishes, rooms, instruments, stars, horses, and individuals. A short time before he dies, he discovers that the patient labyrinth of lines traces the lineaments of his own face." - J.L. Borges
DAN BROWNE is a Toronto-based filmmaker, videographer, photographer and multimedia artist whose films have screened nationally and internationally at venues including Cinematheque Ontario, Pleasure Dome, Images Festival, the National Film Board of Canada, Cinéma Parallèle (Montréal), WNDX Festival of Moving Image (Winnipeg), Millennium Film Co-op (New York), International Film Festival Rotterdam (Netherlands), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), European Media Arts Festival (Germany), and Diagonal Film Archives (Seoul). His installations have been presented at venues including Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition’s ARTNOW 2012 (Nathan Phillips Square), I·M·A Gallery, and Nuit Blanche (Toronto). Dan enjoys collaboration and has worked with many other noted filmmakers and artists, including Michael Snow (Reverberlin, 2006), R. Bruce Elder (The Young Prince, 2007), Carl Brown (Memory Fade, 2009), Peter Mettler (The End of Time, 2012), and members of the Loop Collective.
Dan is currently a PhD student in the York/Ryerson Joint Program in Communication and Culture, where he recently completed his MA degree. His thesis media project, memento mori, has recieved numerous awards and will be presented as a live audio-visual performance at MUTEK Festival 2013. Dan is also a curator and organizer with the Loop Collective, a Toronto-based group that promotes an interdisciplinary approach to cinema through examining its connections with other artistic forms. He recently curated the DVD compilation Selected Works by the Loop Collective: Volume 1 (avaliable through the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre and Re:Voir), and will be featured in a forthcoming Loop Collective monograph to be published in 2013.
DAN DRISCOLL (Musician) is a Toronto-based electronic musician, composer, producer and sound designer who has performed extensively in Canada and has toured internationally in Japan and the US, playing an eclectic mix of live hardware based dub techno, ambient and bass music. In 2006, he worked as composer for the award-winning documentary Manufactured Landscapes (dir. Jennifer Baichwald), which won the award for Best Canadian Feature at the Toronto International Film Festival and a Genie award for best documentary. Manufactured Landscapes has also screened at the Berlin International and Sundance film festivals. Since 2009, Dan has worked as the sound designer for Toronto based interactive media company InterAxon where he composes music and designs sounds that are controlled in real time by the neurofeedback or brainwaves created by the mind of the user of a brainwave monitoring headset created by InteraXon called "muse."
STEVE RICHMAN (Musician) enjoys experimenting with sound and image production, as a long-time producer, DJ and VJ, and most recently as sound recordist for the film The End of Time (2012, dir. Peter Mettler). Steve has produced original music for films such as memento m, Derive (2012) and Twelve(2009, dir. Lester Alfonso). Currently living and working in Toronto, Steve is an active co-creator with various Toronto-based art collectives, bringing people together to celebrate by organizing festivals and special events.
MATT SMITH (Audio Mastering) is a Toronto-based musician who produces under the aliases Prince Nifty, Nifty, and Nif Dee (among many others), and president of Blocks Recording Club. He currently plays and tours internationally in Owen Pallett's band.