Moments in the wall | Screening: Pop Apocalyptic – After DarkAnimation
- Fri 20.May @ 22:00 - 23:00
- Sun 22.May @ 21:00 - 22:00
Stop motion Installation project created by Wanbli Gamache and Kale Ogle within a local music and art DIY space. Moments In The Wall became an impromptu reaction to the history of the DIY venue, Backspace, in terms of culture, aesthetic, personal observations, and the narrative it has created as the artists lived on site. By use of multiple mediums, the video explored the idea of memory within a creative and public space. Afterwards the public came into the space and experienced the artwork fixed in time as the video presented them in motion. After the initial screening, local bands performed with the video projected behind them as new audio provided unexpected context to the imagery.
Duration: 2:58 min
Wanbli Gamache (USA)
Wanbli Gamache is a student at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts program in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Wanbli uses video formats to create surveys of the relationship between the observer’s narrative and the context of place. He is interested in the continuation of memory primarily in abandoned places or in high-travel locations. Gamache takes media from multiple areas and edits them with stop motion, glitch video techniques and experimental approaches to construct representations and abstractions of each place.