Thursday, May 3, 2007

Check out your Night Vision Sat May 5

sam smiley here, hailing from the front lines of Night Visions, a four day festival of art, technology and moving image at 1803 Mass Ave, Porter Square in Cambridge in a huge white church. Organized by Karen Frostig and me, it is currently going on and will culminate in a number of really great events this Saturday May 5 and it's free.

I’d like to focus on what is going on Saturday, May 5.

From 1pm-8pm there will be videos and installations going all day. Ongoing screenings include Local Exposure : Wall projections curated by the ICAs Carole Anne Meehan with screenings ofFemlink, With Us or Against Us, and Teleoperator.

Jenn Moller from the Art Institute of Boston has pulled a great selection of innovative works in animation and video. Aziza Braithwaite Bey will create a mixed media installation on the subject of Cherokee Art and Technology, Past and Present. Jonathan Lawrence has a Black Box sculpture..take a look inside the black box!

Here's the evening program:

6-8pm reception and free food!
8:00PM Media Art Screenings by Lumen Eclipse: An assortment of short films, music videos, and animations
9:00PM AstroDime Transit Authority: "Will Pandabears Ride Free on the Handlebars of Bicycles in 2092?" Short experimental videos on future and imagined transportation
10:30PM Perky Pat Layouts- a Space Opera.

For details on events past and current, go to

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