Lessons on Leaving Your Body features Jake Wells of Fleshpilot.com, a professional tattooist, a DIY drone builder and FPV (First Person View) hobbyist, and possibly the world’s first RC (Remote Control) Christian Minister.
Forever is a portrait of the way these women want to see themselves, and of the way they want us to see them if a filmmaker should portray them.
Muscle Beach (1948) is a short documentary film directed by Joseph Strick and Irving Lerner, showing amateur athletes and bodybuilders at Muscle Beach in Venice Beach, California.
Roentgen rays (X-rays), which were discovered in 1895, are now indispensable not only in the medical field but also in scientific research and general industry.
Tehran-Geles is a fictional vision of Tehran, set within the urban landscape of Los Angeles.
This solo performance for the camera explores how the electronic manipulation of the video signal can create a choreocinema for body and machine.
In this early piece, Hill explores the structural and organic interrelationship of linguistic and electronic phenomena. The work’s images appear as visualisations of electronically generated sounds.
The video installation The Unreliable Narrator narrates the 2008 Mumbai attacks, alternately from a position of the terrorists and of a seemingly impartial commentator.
Voice Booth explores the role of popular technologies in the development of our social reality, through a device that monitors and corrects our performance.
Train is a short video work by the German artist Julika Rudelius. Rudelius likes to observe people, o observe the relationships between individuals and groups.