Moving Stills

Dyanna Taylor, Woody Vasulka, Steina, Debra Anderson, Aquo Productions, Jim Terr, Bryan Konefsky, Paula Castillo, Gunter Maier, Susanna Carlisle, Sydney Cooper, Peter Kershaw, Eve Andree Laramee and LANL, Marion Wasserman, Glen Craley, Timothy Velsor, The Sembene Project, Jerry Wellman

Woody Vasulka

Woody Vasulka

BearBlue

Woody Vasulka

Woody Vasulka

Daniel-

Woody Vasulka

Woody Vasulka

TRESH-

Debra Anderson

Debra Anderson

Debra Anderson

Debra Anderson

Jerry Wellman

Jerry Wellman

Llightning

Jerry Wellman

Jerry Wellman

reach

Susanna Carlisle

Susanna Carlisle

Displacements

Susanna Carlisle

Susanna Carlisle

Understory Shadows

Dyanna Taylor

Dyanna Taylor

Rodin Night tEllipse

Dyanna Taylor

Dyanna Taylor

her millisecond

Jim Terr

Jim Terr

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Power Pole Mixer still.jpg

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Amsterdam Diary still 2.jpg

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Castillo_still_agnusdei_3251.jpg

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Vancouver still.jpg

Jason Silverman

Jason Silverman

Steina

Steina

Steina

Steina

Steina

Steina

Gunter Maier

Gunter Maier

Aquo

Aquo

Aquo

Aquo

Peter Kershaw

Peter Kershaw

Peter Kershaw

Peter Kershaw

Henry and Lamp

Eve Laramee

Eve Laramee

Eve Laramee

Eve Laramee

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DSC_5419.jpg

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DSC_5416.jpg

Glenn Craley

Glenn Craley

Paste

Tim Velsor

Tim Velsor

mayo

Glenn Craley

Glenn Craley

paste

In the long history of art, filmmaking is a newcomer.  Like most art, the motion picture provides images.  As evocative today as the cave drawing was for our distant ancestors, film’s advantage is that it can string the images together, twenty four per second.  Filmmakers were asked to submit an image from their motion picture work.  The images that are presented in this exhibition stand alone, out of the serial motion context, as singular works of art.