DRIP Film and Video Festival

 

DRIP Film and Video Festival

West Hall Auditorium, RPI Campus

Event image from 'Oxygen and Water' by Jordan Quellman.  Event icon image from 'Sitting Still' by Laura Kaplan.

iEAR Presents! (Integrated Electronic Arts at Rensselaer) will present the DRIP Film and Video Festival on Wednesday, September 5, 2007 at 7:30PM in West Hall Auditorium on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.  The event is free and open to the public.  For directions or more information, please call (518) 276-4829.

DRIP is an annual festival of student video, animation, film and moving-image work selected from submissions from the undergraduates of California College of the Arts, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The School of Art+Design at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) and the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University.  Guest curator Steve Seid (Pacific Film Archive) has selected 60 minutes of work.  Among the twenty-one works selected for the festival, two finalists attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:  "Oxygen and Water" (2:34 mins.) by Jordan Quellman and "Sitting Still" (6:48 mins.) by Laura Kaplan.

SCHEDULE OF WORK:

Invisible Objects            2:00 mins. 
Jeffrey Charles Harland (CCA)

Blocks        3:17 mins.   
Deven James Langston (VCU)

The Gift Card                3:24 mins.   
Aaron Pinkston (U of I)

The Art of War            1:00 mins.    
Amy White (VCU)

Sagwui  Coda 1.0.1            3:33 mins.   
LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs (CCA)

Defining the Frame            3:37 mins.   
Alan and Michael Fleming (U of I)

Oxygen and Water                2:34 mins.    
Jordan Quellman (RPI)

The Cut-Out Girl            2:10 mins.   
Katherine Anne Padua (VCU)

Ted                    2:53 mins.   
Justin Jach (U of I)

Fear                    2:24 mins.   
Nadia Jassim (U of I)

Wicked                3:51 mins.   
Katy Warner (CCA)

Samsara Shenanigans        1:00 mins.   
Daniel M. Hill (U of I)

Facile Thoughts        4:18 mins.   
Chris FitzGerald (VCU)

Sitting Still                6:48 mins.   
Laura Kaplan (RPI)

Elk's Lodge Last Call         2:29 mins.
Mark Myers (VCU)

Bochat                    1:40 mins.   
Paul Lorsbach (U of I)

Declaration of Love            6:35 mins.    
Julian Vargas (CCA)

Count to Five                1:20 mins.   
Kirk Zamieroski (VCU)

War Piece                2:30 mins. 
James Hardgrave (VCU)

Thou Shall Not Worship False Idols  1:10 mins.   
David Sotar (VCU)

The Second Time It Happened    :38 mins.  
Joseph Ryan (VCU)


Virginia Commonwealth University  (VCU)
University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign (U of I)
California College of Arts (CCA)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)


iEAR Presents! is a series of public performances, exhibitions and lectures featuring pioneering and emerging artists who explore the boundaries of electronic art. Curated by the Arts Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, iEAR Presents! offers a unique local forum for some of today's most world-renowned electronic media artists.

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