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  • In the believing game we return to Tertullian’s original formulation: credo ut intelligam: I believe in order to understand. We are trying to find not errors but truths, and for this it helps to believe. […] To do this you must make, not an act of self-extrication, but an act of self-insertion, self-involvement—an act of projection. And similarly, you are helped in this process, not by making logical transformations of the assertion, but by making metaphorical extensions, analogies, associ…
  • In the believing game we return to Tertullian’s original formulation: credo ut intelligam: I believe in order to understand. We are trying to find not errors but truths, and for this it helps to believe. […] To do this you must make, not an act of self-extrication, but an act of self-insertion, self-involvement—an act of projection. And similarly, you are helped in this process, not by making logical transformations of the assertion, but by making metaphorical extensions, analogies, associ…
  • Art, like games, is a translator of experience. What we have already felt or seen in one situation we are suddenly given in a new kind of material. Games, likewise, shift familiar experience into new forms, giving the bleak and the blear side of things sudden luminosity.             – Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media The arcade at the Ridgedale Mall in the mid-90s was called, I think, “Arcade,” and it was tucked into one of the far corners of the building, out of sight fr…
  • Art, like games, is a translator of experience. What we have already felt or seen in one situation we are suddenly given in a new kind of material. Games, likewise, shift familiar experience into new forms, giving the bleak and the blear side of things sudden luminosity.             – Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media The arcade at the Ridgedale Mall in the mid-90s was called, I think, “Arcade,” and it was tucked into one of the far corners of the building, out of sight fr…
  • I’ve been a videographer for performance in the Twin Cities for more than a decade, documenting dance and theater at almost every non-union venue in town. The Walker Art Center’s McGuire Theater has its own in-house video people, but occasionally I shoot a show there, particularly when a choreographer wants more documentation than the Walker offers – more cameras and/or more nights of a run. Karen Sherman hired me and another videographer, my colleague Ben, to shoot two additional performa…
  • I’ve been a videographer for performance in the Twin Cities for more than a decade, documenting dance and theater at almost every non-union venue in town. The Walker Art Center’s McGuire Theater has its own in-house video people, but occasionally I shoot a show there, particularly when a choreographer wants more documentation than the Walker offers – more cameras and/or more nights of a run. Karen Sherman hired me and another videographer, my colleague Ben, to shoot two additional performa…
  • I’ve been a videographer for performance in the Twin Cities for more than a decade, documenting dance and theater at almost every non-union venue in town. The Walker Art Center’s McGuire Theater has its own in-house video people, but occasionally I shoot a show there, particularly when a choreographer wants more documentation than the Walker offers – more cameras and/or more nights of a run. Karen Sherman hired me and another videographer, my colleague Ben, to shoot two additional performa…
  • I’ve been a videographer for performance in the Twin Cities for more than a decade, documenting dance and theater at almost every non-union venue in town. The Walker Art Center’s McGuire Theater has its own in-house video people, but occasionally I shoot a show there, particularly when a choreographer wants more documentation than the Walker offers – more cameras and/or more nights of a run. Karen Sherman hired me and another videographer, my colleague Ben, to shoot two additional performa…
  • “The movie, as much as the alphabet and the printed word, is an aggressive and imperial form that explodes outward into other cultures.”– Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media, film chapter “The Western way of life attained centuries since by the rigorous separation and specialization of the senses, with the visual sense atop the hierarchy, is not able to withstand the radio and TV waves that wash about the great visual structure of abstract Individual Man.”– Marshall McLuhan, Unders…
  • Nestled just east of the Rocky Mountains, in the high plains desert of the Front Range, we find one of North America’s most vibrant experimental filmmaking communities. This program will feature work by Kelly Sears, Phil Solomon, Taylor Dunne, Christin Turner, and Adam Sekuler, who curated this selection. Film From The Front Range offers just the tip of the iceberg from the region’s wide-ranging talents. For our first edition of 2016, Cellular Cinema welcomes guest curator Adam Sekuler. For…