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Video art installation for upcoming exhibition CHAOSTROPHY and tribute to Jhonn Balance of Coil.
CHAOSTROPHY : artworks inspired by the music and history of the band COIL Group exhibition curated by Ceven Knowles for LUDWIG, Anzengruberstr. 3, 12043 Berlin 17.06.2016 – 24.07.2016.
More details here: http://cevenknowles.com/chaostrophy-open-call-for-artists/
Video by Marilyn Roxie
Music by Neurotic Wreck
Public Domain Image Credits:
Title Illustration by Austin Osman Spare from Page 34 of Behind the Veil (1906)
Angel trumpeter image from page 205 of The Pilgrim’s Progress From This World To That Which Is To Come” (1905)
Obsidian mirror image from page 301 of The Sanitary News : Healthy Homes and Healthy Living : A Weekly Journal of Sanitary Science (1886)
Moon image from page 941 of Handbook of Nature-Study for Teachers and Parents, Based on the Cornell Nature-Study Leaflets (1911)
Hieroglyphic Monad from Cover of Monas Hieroglyphica (1591)
All via Internet Archive
Smoke 1, Smoke 2, and Smoke 3 //FREE FOOTAGE\ by VFX Footage
Clouds by Lee Erickson
Fire Tests by Hayden Stone
Forest by Niklaus Gerber
All licensed Creative Commons Attribution on Vimeo
Title font: Witchqueen by Anna Antrophy
Credits font: Aaargh by Tup Wanders
Photos by Marilyn Roxie
My music video for Neurotic Wreck – “Funeral of Roses” will be on display in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Art Gallery exhibition Re/Action, opening 4/21 from 5pm-8pm. The exhibition was juried by Rebeka Rodriguez from Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
A group exhibition with:
Every cause has an effect and every effect becomes the cause of something else. The artists in this show bring the learning, relationships and experience of their time at SFSU to the work in this exhibition. These undergraduate years have provided space for each artist to be active agents in their own lives and to explore the images and stories that matter to them on their own terms. The glorious result is a show comprised of works that embrace a broad spectrum of human complexity including: self-protection, isolation, private and public spheres of violence, contradictions, love, playfulness and more. Almost 100 works were submitted for consideration; the chosen pieces span drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video.
Curated by Rebeka Rodriguez
Music video for DYR FASER – “Doorway to Nowhere” by Marilyn Roxie
Made with pixivisor and Final Cut Pro X
Features Entropic Door by Scott Kiernan CC-BY
DYR FASER – “Doorway to nowhere”, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives
Photos by Marilyn Roxie