ENDE TYMES VI
Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation

JUNE 2-5 2016
Knockdown Center, 52-19 Flushing Ave, Queens (co-presented by Issue Project Room)
Silent Barn, 603 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn

PERFORMANCES BY:
Death Convention Singers
Lea Bertucci & Ed Bear
Don & Camille Dietrich
Bob Bellerue w/ z'ev
Dysphoric Existence
5chimpfluch Grupp3 (R.E., dp & Joke)
Bromp Treb + Offal
TRNSGNDR/VHS
Octavius Neveaux
Anthony Saunders
Retribution Body
Muyassar Kurdi
Chr1st1an R0nn
Jason Lescalleet
HOM/Negation
Telecult Powers
Valerie Martino
Andy Ortmann
Spiteful Womb
Copley Medal
Jason Soliday
Sissy Spacek
Heat Identity
SICKNESS
Julia Santoli
Hyena Hive
Sharkiface
Hive Mind
Jeff Carey
Aki Onda
Housefire
Bigawatt
Blankets
+DOG+
Pública
PCRV
Toska
KILT

INSTALLATIONS BY: 
scøtt reber (durational performance June 4)
MV Carbon
Bob Bellerue
Cecilia Lopez
Nao Nishihara
Carver Audain
Kenneth Curwood

CURATED BY Bob Bellerue
installations co-curated with Maria Chavez

 

TICKETS:
http://www.ticketweb.com/search?q=ende+tymes

 

SCHEDULE
(subject to change)

Thurs June 2 @ Knockdown
6-7:30pm Opening Reception
7:30 PM KILT
8:00 PM Aki Onda
8:30 PM Heat Identity
9:00 PM 5chimpfluch Grupp3
9:30 PM Jason Lescalleet
10:15 PM Hive Mind

Fri June 3 @ Silent Barn
8:00 PM Pública
8:30 PM Blankets
9:00 PM Don & Camille Dietrich
9:30 PM Copley Medal
10:00 PM Muyassar Kurdi
10:30 PM Retribution Body
11:00 PM Bigawatt
11:30 PM Andy Ortmann
12:00 AM Sharkiface
12:30 AM Jason Soliday
1:00 AM J-K-L-N-Z
1:30 AM Housefire

Sat June 4 @ Knockdown
2-6pm scøtt reber durational performance

Sat June 4 @ Silent Barn 12 artists
8:00 PM Octavius Neveaux
8:30 PM Dysphoric Existence
9:00 PM Bromp Treb + Offal
9:30 PM Telecult Powers
10:00 PM Death Convention Singers
10:30 PM TRNSGNDR/VHS
11:00 PM PCRV
11:30 PM Jeff Carey
12:00 AM Valerie Martino
12:30 AM Sissy Spacek
1:00 AM R>E>B>R
1:30 AM Toska

Sun 5 June @ Knockdown Center
2-6pm exhibition hours

Sun June 5 @ Silent Barn
7:00 PM Anthony Saunders
7:20 PM Chr1st1an R0nn
7:50 PM Julia Santoli
8:10 PM DOG
8:30 PM Bob Bellerue & z’ev
9:00 PM Lea Bertucci & Ed Bear
9:30 PM Spiteful Womb
10:00 PM SICKNESS
10:30 PM HOM/Negation
11:00 PM Hyena Hive
11:30 PM d*ph*l*p*s

 

funding provided by:

 

BIOS:


Death Convention Singers are a rotating super-ensemble of composers, performers and artists based in Grito Ruido, New Mexico. Instrumentation varies with each performance but includes strings, winds, turntables, voices, electronics, and dozens of overdriven bass guitars. The identities of those involved in many of their performances, processions and recordings are kept anonymous. Recordings include the 'Corrido' cassette, 'Brujas' CD and installation, and self titled CD on Sicksicksick Distro. The ensemble for Ende Tymes Festival will be a segment of core members from the larger group. More info: https://deathconventionsingers.bandcamp.com/

 


Lea Bertucci is an American sound artist, composer and performer whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. Her work often incorporates multi-channel speaker arrays, electroacoustic feedback, extended instrumental/vocal technique, and tape collage. As an instrumentalist, she takes an idiosyncratic approach to the amplification of woodwind instruments, creating organic yet electrified sonic interventions. Her debut solo LP, Resonance Shapes, was released in 2013 on the Obsolete Units label and has been praised by A Closer Listen as "A grand exploration of the possibilities inherent in sound”. She is a 2015 ISSUE Project Room Artist-in-Residence and is a Harvestworks New Works Fellow. Her discography includes a number of solo and collaborative releases on various underground independent labels in the US and Europe. More info: http://www.brokendiorama.com

Ed Bear [b. 1983] is an American performing artist and engineer. His work with robotics, sound, video, transmission and collective improvisation investigates the questionable calibration of perception. As an educator and designer committed to an open source world, he researches and practices material reuse and as a civil responsibility.
He has toured in North America, Asia, and Europe as a performer, technical producer, and teacher, and worked acclaimed museums, artists, and musicians, and leading education and research institutions. He is currently working with littleBits, Inc. to revolutionize modular electronics. More info: https://wavefarm.org/ta/artists/y1jxvz

 


Don Dietrich is a saxophonist and founding member of New York City based improvisational group, Borbetomagus. Recently, he has become involved with the noise/free jazz "supergroup" The New Monuments (with C. Spencer Yeh and Ben Hall). More info: http://www.borbetomagus.com/

Camille Dietrich is a cellist, currently living in NYC and studying at Manhattan School of Music.  She is actively involved in numerous new music ensembles and has performed with Nate Wooley, Samara Lubelski,  Brandon Lopez and Don Dietrich among others.  Camille has performed at the Ecstatic Music Festival and at Carnegie Hall with the Kronos Quartet.




Z'EV
since 1976 presenting acoustic percussion based catacoustic events 
since 2009 presenting cine-cussion events:
electronic percussion accompanying primarily liquid cymatic visuals
more info: rhythmajik.com

Bob Bellerue is a noise composer, experimental musician, and creative technician based in Brooklyn NY. Over the last 25+ years he has been involved in a wide range of creative activities – experimental electronic music, junk metal percussion ensembles, Balinese gamelan, sound scores for dance/theater/video/performance art, and installation sound and video art. His recent sound work is focused on resonant feedback systems, amplified instruments objects and spaces, electronics, and Supercollider programming. Bob's work has been presented at the Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival, Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona, Sonic Circuits Festival, Living Arts of Tulsa's New Genre Festival, CEAIT Festival, Ende Tymes Festival, Denver Noise Festival, Olympia Experimental Music Festival, PDX Noise Festival, The Kitchen, Issue Project Room, Experimental Intermedia, Cafe Oto, Diapason Sound Gallery, Roulette, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Elastic Arts, Radio Epsilonia (Paris), WFMU, WKCR, WNYU, KFJC, KXLU, East Village Radio, the Art Institutue of Chicago, Stanford University, The New School, UCSD, and UCLA. His discography includes dozens of releases on Banned Productions, P-Tapes, RRR Records, Love Earth Music, Prison Tatt Records, Los Discos Enfantasmes, Zelphabet, Anarchymoon Recordings, Sleepy Hollow Editions, Peyote Tapes, and Important Records. More info: bobbellerue.net

 


Dysphoric Existence is the noise-oriented alter ego of Vivian Penny, an artist from central North Carolina. The themes of her tracks typically center around Gender Dysphoria, Queer issues, and a whole manner of similar topics. More info: https://dysphoricexistence.bandcamp.com/



Founded in Zürich in 1987, the 5chimpfluch Grupp3 has become the epitome of radical outsider art in many respects. Appearing in varying lineups over the years, the 5chimpfluch Grupp3 has been forging a bridge from stirring audio and visual works to disturbing and highly challenging live performances ever since. Their work has covered a wide range of live and recorded output: audio/sonic art, actionism, bruitism, performance, musique concrète, painting and installation-work, confrontational radio broadcasts, physically demanding performances, ‘abreaction plays’ and ‘psycho-physical tests and trainings.’The work created under the name 5chimpfluch deals with therapeutic and analytical actions and reactions of the psyche, the body, and of senses and realities (of both the performers and the audiences), in a radical, critical but also liberating way - an attack on the mind as well as a stimulation of the senses. Founding members R.E., dp & Joke will be appearing, and will do a collab set as well as individual solos. More info: http://www.davephillips.ch/projects/schimpfluch

 


Bromp Treb is Neil Young Cloaca mixing eager ineptitude with confident uncertainty to make busted sound and performance. Offal is Donny Shaw massaging delicate electrical spasms into an oily bolus of tape and numbers. Both are members of the absurdist baroque noise quintet Fat Worm of Error, currently enjoying a hibernation after over a decade of activity. They both can be found in Western Massachusetts. More info: http://yeay.suchfun.net, https://soundcloud.com/donnydonny

 

TRNSGNDR/VHS is the solo project of Alexandra Brandon, currently based in Baltimore, MD. They began performing/recording under the name in early 2015, with a sound combining noise and pop music sampling with discussions on gender, race, and identity. To date they have released one EP Condominium, with a new record expected this fall on Ehse Records. More info: https://trnsgndrvhs.bandcamp.com

 


Octavius Neveaux - Sound/Visual artist based in Brooklyn,NY. Through the use of analog synths and live mic'ed objects, Octavius explores how body movement effects audible low & high Hz sound perception.
More info: https://soundcloud.com/octavius_neveaux

 


Anthony Saunders has been making abstract electronic music since 1995 under his own name, and with his projects Dataclast and E.I.D. He joined Bastard Noise in 2014. In the past decade his performances have involved self-built max/msp patches, amplified junk metal, and modular synthesis. He is interested in structured improvisation, texture, tension, and dynamics, drawing on traditions of cut-up in harsh noise and electro-acoustic music. Saunders’s releases can be found on Factotum, Troniks, Hospital Productions, RSM, and other independent labels. His collaborators include Eric Wood, James Mercer, Ahlzagailzehguh, Developer, and Lea Bertucci, with whom he toured as a duo in 2013. http://anthonysaunders.bandcamp.com

 


Matthew Azevedo (aka RETRIBUTION BODY) is a musician, audio engineer, teacher, and acoustician currently based in Boston whose performance practice is centered on creating unique, immersive sound environments. His primary solo project Retribution Body uses analog electronics, high amplification, and a custom speaker array capable of reproducing subsonic energy to explore the mental and emotional states which arise in Zen meditation. His most recent album as Retribution Body, Aokigahara, was released by Type Records in 2015. More info: https://retributionbody.bandcamp.com/

 


Muyassar Kurdi ​is a musician, performance artist, dancer, filmmaker and educator from Chicago, Illinois. In performance, she explores the relationship between abstract sound and meta­primordial movement, obliquely confronting ideas of masculine subjugation by re­appropriating and then distorting hegemonically sexualised figurative motion and juxtaposing it with random, abrasive and jarring acoustic and electronic sound components along with wordless vocalisations. More info: http://muyassarkurdi.com/

 


Jason Lescalleet is an experimental electronic music artist who is known for using reel-to-reel tape machines to produce musique concrète, often collaboratively. His discography includes a variety of releases: In Which the Silent Film Director Can No Longer Make His Point to the Industrial Dreamer (2000), a collaboration with Nmperign on Intrasitive Recordings; Figure 2 (2001), a collaboration with John Hudak on Intransitive Recordings; Forlorn Green (2001), a collaboration with Greg Kelley on Erstwhile Records; Mattresslessness (2001), a solo album on Cut; Electronic Music (2003), a solo album on RRRecords; Red Room (2004), a collaboration with Jason Kahn on Chloë; Brombron 09: Annihilate This Week (2006), a collaboration with Joe Colley on Korm Plastics; Love Me Two Times (2006), a collaboration with Nmperign on Intransitive Recordings; The Pilgrim (2006), a solo album memorial for his father on Glistening Examples; and The Breadwinner (2008), a collaboration with Graham Lambkin on Erstwhile Records. More info: https://lescalleet.wordpress.com/

 

HOM/Negation
HOM is based in the Bay Area, and Negation lives in NYC
http://soundcloud.com/hom
http://soundcloud.com/negationnyc

 


Performing with custom-built synthesizers, occult synth duo Telecult Powers creates abstract electronic music to explore mysteries, mystic states and magickal systems. After forming out of early collaborations between members Mister Matthews and Witchbeam, the duo moved from Cleveland to Brooklyn where they continued to develop their work over the past few years. Currently based in both Brooklyn and New Orleans , Telecult Powers remains an active creative force in the underground community. Telecult’s recorded work can be found on their own label Temple of Pei, as well as Deception Island, Baked Tapes, Pizza Night, and a few others. More info: http://www.templeofpei.com/

 


Valerie Martino is the artist behind Unicorn Hard-on. More info: http://www.tangledhares.com/

 


Andy Ortmann is a trans-media artist, currently exploring the realm of video. Utilizing Hybrid Systems (Audio/Video Modular Synthesizers, Pixel Vision Camera & Computer) examining the borders between the conscious and the unsubconscious, by way of thought injection, subliminals & pataphysical chromotherapy. Ortmann hosts The Eternal Now podcast on WFMU, which focuses on Experimental and Electronic Music. In addition, he is the founder of the long-running experimental conceptual group Panicsville as well as curator of the Nihilist records label. More info: http://nihilistrecords.net/

 


Chr1st1an R0nn is a danish performer working solo and in many different constellations as producer, composer and performer on the Copenhagen underground scene for electronic music, freeform, soundart and anything inbetween. Trained as a classical organist, and at the same time playing in many different electronic and freeform-setups, the collision between genres has always interested him and still is a focuspoint. The current soloshow explores a blurred area between noisy freeform instrumental playing-praxsis, and a dronebased electroacoustic ambient/noise soundcollage. Dark and hypnotic scandinavian gloom-drone. More info: http://chr1st1anr0nn.dk/

 


Spiteful Womb is a New York-based power electronics / death industrial project, that aims to express the fatalism of all generative processes and the supremacy of death. More info: https://www.facebook.com/spitefulwomb/

 


Copley Medal is Ryan Martin (b.1979), a musician/visual artist currently residing in Brooklyn, NY who co-founded Dais Records in 2007 and avant-garde imprint Robert & Leopold in 2010. He has taken part in hundreds of performances and exhibitions over the past couple decades, either within bands such as York Factory Complaint and On A Clear Day or his solo endeavors such as Death Houses, Hanel Koeck and Copley Medal. His work has been published in numerous international publications and recordings released through seminal labels such as Ascetic House, Backwards and Vitrine and has worked with dozens of leading experimental underground artists such as Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Maurizio Bianchi. More info: https://copleymedal.bandcamp.com/

 


Jason Soliday has been an active member of Chicago’s sound-making community for over fifteen years, performing improvised and semi-composed works as a solo artist as well as a member of various bands and collaborative projects. From 2005 to 2012 he was also the main curator at Enemy, a performance space in Chicago focusing on sound art and improvised music. More info: https://soundcloud.com/crank-satori

 


Sissy Spacek is the grindcore band of John Wiese and Charlie Mumma. More info: http://gorejet.com

 


Heat Identity
is Marcia Bassett and Stephen Conover. More info: http://www.zaimph.org/ and http://www.skychord.com/

 


SICKNESS started to create/destroy sound in or about 1988. Starting out as straight-forward, full blast, harsh electronic purity; SICKNESS was a contrast and collection of harsh noise filled with quick cuts between sources, hard rapid fire loops, sheet metal crash and harsh electronics/feedback. Sets under his own name pull more from musique concrete but still keeping the harsh noise close at hand.. It's active seeking to push, pull, or shove the listener into the theme of each piece moving them as the sounds shift and flow. "Goudreau’s stuff was tense, and menacing. Sounds reminiscent of passing traffic, or distant voices in an airport, suddenly shorted out or were obliterated in a burst of noise, as Goudreau’s hands moved across the equipment with the deftness of a piano player." Brian Slattery, New Haven Independent
More info: http://sickness999.com/

 


Threading image, gesture, and sound, Julia Santoli's experiments sometimes take the form of improvisatory vocal performance and movement-generated audio feedback, sonic installation, video, and prints. Based in New York, she has presented in a myriad of roles+ spaces/places in & outside of the U.S. More info: http://juliasantoli.net/

 


B.J. and M A. R. work and live in Montreal, and have been performing together as Hyena Hive since 2005. Blending elements of noise, power electronics, musique concrète and industrial unruly behavior, the intensity of their sonic assault relies on volume and sheer embodied presence. More info: http://www.myspace.com/hyenahive

 


Sharkiface is based in the Bay Area. More info: https://myspace.com/sharkiface

 


Hive Mind is Greh Holger. More info: http://soldiersdisease.com/

 


Jeff Carey is an electronic music composer and performer focussing on real-time multichannel electro-instrumental music.Since the early 90's Carey has been working with electronic music in experimental, improvised and composed contexts, has performed and presented his music in clubs, art galleries, festivals, and squats in Europe, Scandinavia and the US, and has been involved in several critically acclaimed performance groups such as 87 Central (NoTV/Universal, Staalplaat, JDK Productions, ERS Records), Jeff Carey's MoHa! (Rune Grammofon), Office-R(6) (Lampse, +3DB, Unsounds), SKIF++ (12k/LINE, Fridgesounds), Ultralyd w/ N-Ensemble (Rune Gramofon), Jeff Carey (Sonig, CWnil), and N-Collective (X-OR). More info: http://jeffcarey.foundation-one.org

 


Aki Onda is a composer, performer, visual artist, and curator. Onda was born in Japan and resides in New York. He is particularly known for his “Cassette Memories” — works compiled from a “sound diary” of field-recordings collected by using the cassette Walkman over a span of last quarter-century. He creates compositions, performances, and visual artworks from those sound memories. Onda often works in interdisciplinary fields and collaborates with filmmakers, visual artists, and choreographers. His on-going projects include “Nervous Magic Lantern” with Ken Jacobs, improvisation trio with Michael Snow and Alan Licht, visual-sound installation/performance with Raha Raissnia, and site-specific happening with Akio Suzuki. Onda is a director of TPAM (Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama) in Japan. More info: http://www.akionda.net/

 


Housefire = bombarding subliminals and masked memories unveiled and amplified to the cast of nature's ruinous wake. More info: https://soundcloud.com/luciann-waldrup

 


Bigawatt uses handmade electronic instruments, spectacle and voice to invoke mass. She is the instigator of Milch de la Máquina performance art troupe and Gatas y Vatas music festival. She is from Albuquerque, New Mexico. More info: http://bigawatt.com

 


Blankets is the industrial noise project of S J L, a researcher and sound artist based in Montréal, Québec. Making use of simple homemade instruments, found cassettes, and field recordings, SJL creates physically immersive and rhythmically sensitive sonic collages recalling harsh noise, experimental electroaccoustics, and early industrial traditions. SJL has performed as Blankets at the Miami International Noise Conference, the Vancouver Noise Festival, and Montréal's Suoni Per Il Popolo. She is currently writing a score for a new work of contemporary dance and developing a collection of neoclassical-inspired compositions for prepared piano. More info: https://soundcloud.com/blanketsblankets

 


+DOG+ was formed in Osaka Japan in 1990 and then relocated to MA in 1993 until moving to CA in 1997. DOG has played in europe & japan and the USA and have released over 30 albums. +DOG+ has a lot of members and uses any items to make noises with. More info: http://www.loveearthmusic.com/

 


Pública is Federico Escalante. Originally from Montevideo Uruguay, he is based in Brooklyn NY.

 


PCRV was started in 2001 by Matt Taggart in Billings, MT as a means to explore his interests in heavier music and free improvisation. working strictly in a solo
setting, PCRV has released a multitude of recordings on many noise labels over the last 12 years. In recent years, PCRV has expanded his interests into fluxus, performance art and mail art. all the while trying to marry his initial noise approach into these new areas of experimental art. PCRV is now based in Western Mass

 


Toska is Liz Gomez / Dromez and Matthew Reis / Developer aka the D&D Assassins. More info: https://soundcloud.com/dromez and http://factotumtapes.blogspot.com/

 


KILT was started in 2005 by Bob Bellerue and Raven Chacon, with the addition of Sandor Finta in 2006. West coast tour 2006, US tours 2007 & 2012, NY mini-tours 2009 & 10. Appearances at Norcal Noise Fest, Santa Barbara Noise Fest, Turn the Screws Festival of Love and Noise 2006, Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation 2011 & 2013 & 2015, Denver Noise Fest 2010 & 2011. More info: http://www.halfnormal.com/KILT.html

 


providence's work/death (scøtt reber) has no easy answers for anyone.
the perception of air vibrating in a room, the investment of meaning
into formal constructions and abstract procedures.  volume and
absence. organized sound, orchestrated noise, disintegrated music
regenerated again.  almost nothing. More info: http://www.discogs.com/artist/283725-WorkDeath

 


MV Carbon is a Brooklyn based interdisciplinary artist. Her work is comprised of live performance, installation, projection, music and sculpture. She aims to transform space with the use of video projection, audio and sculptural environments. Her intention is to provoke an extrasensory awareness through warping the boundaries of time and space. She endorses a fluid exchange between the spectator and the art form and often calls for interaction. She works to transcend the limitations of categorization and to contrive an ongoing sense of attainability. Embracing a non-traditional approach to music, she plays cello, gongs, amplified objects, electronics and crafted instruments. Her current work explores interchangeability, the human mechanism, perceptive states of consciousness, and the empirical force of nature. More info: https://myspace.com/mvcarbon1

 


Cecilia Lopez is a composer, musician and instrument builder from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her work explores the boundaries between composition and improvisation, as well as the resonance properties of diverse materials through the creation of non-conventional sound devices. Her work has been performed at Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Festival Internacional Tsonami de Buenos Aires, Floating Points Festival at Issue Project Room (NYC), Ostrava Days Festival 2011 (Ostrava, Czech Republic), MATA Festival 2012 (NYC), Experimental Intermedia 2015 (NYC) and Kunsternes Hus (Oslo). She was a Civitella Ranieri fellow in 2015. Collaborations include projects with Carmen Baliero, Carrie Schneider and Lars Laumann among others. More info:  www.cecilia-lopez.com

 


Walking on two ears in this world, NISHIHARA continues sound activities such as, research, sound art, music, performance and so on. Focusing on the sound, Nishihara’s works have 2 aspects: sound and body. Using sound, he tries to reveal the in-born abilities of the ears of us and the in-born acoustic chalacters of objects. Using objects, he tries to re-find our body, by provoking the movement of the body and showing the inevitable difficulty of the body. His works also include sound performance, field recordings, study/documentation of foghorns, stage and video sounds and instrument production.
Born in Hiroshima in 1976, in 1998 he left Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Czech Language) before graduating. In 2009 he graduated with a degree in Musical Creativity and the Environment and in 2011 he obtained a master’s degree in Intermedia Art from Tokyo University of the Arts. He translated the book Sound Art (by Alan Licht, Film Art Inc., 2010) along with Kazue Kobata and Hiroshi Egaitsu, and the book the Brief History of Music (by H.U. Obrist, Film Art Inc., 2015) along with Fumiko Uchiyama and others.
He is staying in NY as the grantee of Asian Cultural Council and Omomuki Foundation, from December 2015 to June 2016. During the stay, he had solo exhibition at IDIO gallery curated by Maria Chavez. He also performed at Experimental Intermedia(solo, Super Group, along the exhibition by Katherine Liberovskaya and Guy de Bièvre), Harvestworks, Anarchist Festival(Judson Memorial Church)(w/ Ursula Scherrer), Queens Museum (w/ Hector Canonge), Trans Pecos(w/ Aki Onda), Poppers Locano (w/ Katherine Liiberovskaya), White Box (w/ Steve Dalachinsky, w/ Talibam!) and other places. More info: http://nishiharanao.blogspot.com/

 

Carver Audain (b. 1981) creates immersive environments employing digital signal processing and editing techniques on a variety of environmental aural and visual stimuli. Audain has presented his work at Eyebeam, Experimental Intermedia, ISSUE Project Room, Roulette, and Microscope Gallery. He was the first recipient of ISSUE Project Room’s Emerging Artists Commission care of the Greenwall Foundation, and in 2012 he was awarded an Emerging Artists Commission from Roulette with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation. In 2013 he was also awarded a Travel & Study Grant from the Jerome Foundation, and a Community Arts Fund grant from the Brooklyn Arts Council and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Audain lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. More info:  http://www.carveraudain.com/

 


Kenneth Zoran Curwood (b. 1971 NYC) is a Brooklyn based artist working in film, animation and sculpture. He received a BA (concentration in Sculpture) from School of Visual Arts in 1995. His 16mm films combine traditional animation practices (cel, rotoscope, stop­motion) with many bygone special effects techniques (slit­scan, optical printing, tinting, toning). His sculptural work plays with it’s own role in space and culture. He has led workshops at Columbia University and Camera Club New York. More info: https://vimeo.com/user2207903


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