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DIALOGUES FROM THE HEART OF APPALACHIA

MAY 22nd, 2019 | WILLIAMSON, WV

Time has always been one of the elements that intrigue me the most about life. To reflect on its passing can make me feel either excitement or deep melancholia, as it is, ultimately, a concept that holds everything that we can perceive and approach as humans. Recently, I noted that it is also a notion that, consciously or not, I've revisited consistently in my work. So, how can we use the time as a device to interpret reality? If, as Andréi Tarkovski believed, film consists mainly in sculpting the time, what can cinema's earliest means of production reveal of contemporary societies

 

To address these questions, I decided to enroll in a Protocinematic Production class during the Spring Semester of 2019, as part of the second year of the MFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts at SIU Carbondale. The class is thought by Dr. Michele Leigh (you can find her website here). There will be weekly updates on the progress, resolutions, regrets, and lessons of this exciting exploration process.

 

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STARR'S HONEY FARM

MAY 20th, 2019 | WILLIAMSON, WV

Time has always been one of the elements that intrigue me the most about life. To reflect on its passing can make me feel either excitement or deep melancholia, as it is, ultimately, a concept that holds everything that we can perceive and approach as humans. Recently, I noted that it is also a notion that, consciously or not, I've revisited consistently in my work. So, how can we use the time as a device to interpret reality? If, as Andréi Tarkovski believed, film consists mainly in sculpting the time, what can cinema's earliest means of production reveal of contemporary societies

 

To address these questions, I decided to enroll in a Protocinematic Production class during the Spring Semester of 2019, as part of the second year of the MFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts at SIU Carbondale. The class is thought by Dr. Michele Leigh (you can find her website here). There will be weekly updates on the progress, resolutions, regrets, and lessons of this exciting exploration process.

THE ONE THOUSAND AND ONE LIVES OF ASHLEY STEWART

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MAY 18th, 2019 | WILLIAMSON, WV

Time has always been one of the elements that intrigue me the most about life. To reflect on its passing can make me feel either excitement or deep melancholia, as it is, ultimately, a concept that holds everything that we can perceive and approach as humans. Recently, I noted that it is also a notion that, consciously or not, I've revisited consistently in my work. So, how can we use the time as a device to interpret reality? If, as Andréi Tarkovski believed, film consists mainly in sculpting the time, what can cinema's earliest means of production reveal of contemporary societies

 

To address these questions, I decided to enroll in a Protocinematic Production class during the Spring Semester of 2019, as part of the second year of the MFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts at SIU Carbondale. The class is thought by Dr. Michele Leigh (you can find her website here). There will be weekly updates on the progress, resolutions, regrets, and lessons of this exciting exploration process.

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THREE VISIONS OF MASCULINITY AT THE MOUNTAINEER HOTEL

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MAY 18th, 2019 | WILLIAMSON, WV