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Stop & Go 3D at Aurora

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Dear Free Press Houston,

I’m thrilled to be coming to the Aurora Picture Show to present Stop & Go 3-D.  Believe it or not, this will be my very first visit to Houston. Being invited to present at Aurora is such an honor and I’m looking forward to sharing some incredible work with you in this animation program I’ve curated.

The Stop & Go 3-D screening expands on the notion of 3-D animation by incorporating pieces made from both traditional 3-D techniques, like two cameras or color offsetting, and pieces that don’t use any 3-D techniques but result in an optical effect. Through the use of repetition, afterimages and abstraction your naked eyes will be tricked into seeing images jump out of the screen. I’ve also included a couple of excellent animations where a character journeys from a single dimension into a third dimension. In total it’s a collection that will stimulate your optical senses while offering a taste of the playful and poetic.

I hope you will join me, with your (complimentary) red/cyan 3-D glasses; and experience as great a time seeing the show as I have in putting it together for you.

All the best,
Sarah Klein
- Curator of Stop & Go 3-D

Curator and Filmmaker Sarah Klein in Attendance
Friday, September 13, 7:30 pm.
Location: Aurora Picture Show, 2442 Bartlett
Aurora Members Free, Non-members $10

Schedule:

RAD PLAID by Jodie Mack
A series of chromatic intersections with fabric.

PANDORA’S BLOCK by Abbey Luck & Sean Donnelly
The creation and destruction of a square-based universe.

MOVING STILL by Santiago Caicedo de Roux
The rhythm of a daily commute jumps tracks.

HAM BONE WITH BIRDS  by Joey Fauerso
Representation turns into abstraction via a series of mirrored images.

AQUARELLE by Mark de Weijer
Color in motion, carried by water.

WITHOUT YOU by Tal Rosner
A visual exploration of London’s industrial suburbia.

THE MUSEUM OF TOUCH AND FEEL by Jeanne Stern
Please form a queue in the lobby. The tour will start soon.

EGGS by Molly Schwartz
16 dozen eggs make an optical omelet.

ANKLE INJURIES  by Wade Shotter & Yukfoo
Rolling dice becomes an Olympic sport.

UNDER INFLUENCE by Iemke van Dijk
A play in which order and chaos determine the visual outcome.

RADISH FESTIVAL by Kate Nartker
Home movies are woven into fabric stills and then animated.

NEON MUD BUCKET  by David Daniels
Plasticine clay is sculpted and sliced into strata-cut time blocks.

MEET ME IN BROOKLYN by José Heerkens
A poetic dialog between changing colors and moving lines.

SHAPES by Kalle Johansson & Bendik Kaltenborn
A guided mediation of curious objects.

SPEKTRALANALYSE by Sarah Klein & David Kwan
Real-time footage and hand-drawn images find tension and balance.

FROM INTUITION TO CALCULATION by Albert Roskam
Piet Mondrian meets the present day.

SCAN-TRON by Jennifer Schmidt
Answers given to a set of unknown questions posed by a series of test forms.

TAPE GENERATIONS by Johan Rijpma
The behaviors of a simple desk accessory become visible through the force of gravity.

IT’S NOT QUITE HOW I REMEMBER IT by Brian McClave, Claudia Molitor & Gavin Peacock
A video-score plays with the brain’s constant effort to make sense of everything it encounters.

PITCH PERFECT PIXEL by David Kwan
An auditory approach to a raster image system. What you see is exactly what you hear. This is sister piece to BETWEEN THE LINES.

CASTRO VALLEY JUMP  by Gilbert Hsiao
A found zoetrope.

BETWEEN THE LINES by Sarah Klein
A manual approach to a horizontal system.This is a sister piece to PITCH PERFECT PIXEL.

INTERSTITIAL INSTRUCTIONS
by Andrew Kleindolph, David Kwan, Sarah Klein & Mel Prest

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