Sunday, August 16, 2009

Time Travel

More high weirdness at the Northwest Film Forum. Urban Archaeologist (and author of the wondrous zine Dreamwhip) Bill Brown and film maker Sabine Gruffat have teamed up to present a multi-media concoction of video performance, spoken word, scratchy records, and 35mm slides at a few select locations around the country. According to the entertaining but almost indecipherable press release, Gruffat will navigate by the red, green and blue stars of electronic constellations while Brown will pilot the machine toward the irretrievable past and the inaccessible future. Together the audience drops out of the temporal flux and travels through the sensory drone of the digital and analog hyperspace. I think it sounds like fun?

One night only, at the NWFF on Tuesday, Aug 18 at 8 PM.

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