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A gloomy pond with dark rushes reflect a grey light. A pink lens flare
24 November 2019
Tramway

aspects caught in the headspace we’re in

James Goodwin

Goodwin’s writing emanates from the social life of poetry, from a condition of entanglement before historically racially-specific forms of representation. Another word for this emanation is breath.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Eddie George & Dhanveer sit next to each other facing an audience
22 November 2019
Tramway

The Strangeness of Dub

Dhanveer Brar Edward George

Dub is strange. A conversation with Edward George and Dhanveer Brar.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
Fernando stands gestures with one arm out, the other hand rests in the crook
22 November 2019
Tramway

Workshop on Gestural Maths

Fernando Zalamea

Fernando thinks that when maths is deep, it should be simple and able to be explained by hand gestures. By embodying ideas, we’re able to more clearly think about their cultural implications.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
two white whales made of paper perch on a low coffee table
21 November 2019
Tramway

In the Sign of Jonah: Around Moby-Dick

Laura Harris Fernando Zalamea

“The miracle of Herman Melville is this: that a hundred years ago in Moby Dick…he painted a picture of the world in which we live, which is to this day unsurpassed.” – C. L. R. James

Episode 10: A Means Without End
theeyeandtheear
15 April 2007
DCA

Film Programme 6: Contrast

Various Artists Guy Sherwin

Includes: tamed TV snow, video feedback of racing particles, a remake of a polish photogram film destroyed in WWII, a visual and aural representation of Gestalt theory, hole-punched film and Guy Sherwin’s Cycles 3 double-projection.

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helloagain
15 April 2007
DCA

Film Programme 4: Beyond Image

Various Artists

Includes: a classic of innovative computer graphics, ex-pat Scot McLaren on form, a riotous psychedelic oil show with a Soft Machine accompaniment, subtle manipulation of data feedback, a colourful road movie and a reworking of a lost Paul Sharits film.

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Three slashes of colour in a black film frame, blues, pinks, reds
19 February 2006
DCA

Film Programme 3: Retro

Various Artists

Birthed from the collective stagger in global consciousness of the late 50’s and 60’s, this programme celebrates epochal, groundbreaking films that all address sound in their own way and that have opened pathways to experimentation.

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the_flicker
18 February 2006
DCA

Tony Conrad: The Flicker

Tony Conrad

One of the most startling cinematic debuts on record, The Flicker is more a hallucination than a film, an out of body experience and riotous celebration of visual harmonics frequencies. An experiment in perception, come with your mind and eyes open.

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Several brightly coloured abstract square forms are complexly layered
18 February 2006
DCA

Film Programme 1: Colour

Jennifer Reeves Various Artists Ian Helliwell Yasunao Tone

A glance at both analogue and digital processes; the clarity and precision of digital colour or the yawning, endless depth of dye and emulsion, our programme celebrates how both approaches revel in colour, saturation, hue and tone.

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Several frames of different saturated colours of a horse in motion
12 December 2004
DCA

Film Programme 6: Perception

Malcolm Le Grice Paul Sharits Various Artists

Psychedelic and intense, and featuring some of the most visually stunning, mesmerizing and transcendent experiences you can imagine, batten down the hatches for some of the boldest, most immersive and abrasive works in experimental cinema.

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