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Moving Image Art
2019
Moving Image
62 Minutes
2018
Super 8mm Film-to-Video
16 Minutes
2017
video installation
15 Minutes
2011
Video, Instant Film
5 Minutes
2016
Super 8mm Color Reversal Film
25 Minutes
2016

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  • DAI - George Morrison Gallery  Solo Exhibition "Allen Killian-Moore’s exhibition features a collection of hypnotic, aesthetically driven moving images that question folly and crave reparations. Filmed with a wide variety of formats including super 8mm, 16mm, HD video, 120 film, instant film, and Lomo super 35mm, among others, Killian-Moore’s work carries forward a diverse pallet while simultaneously uniting images in a strong, singular vision which permeates every frame. The film and video…
  • Permanent State of Exception is 16 minuted looped film installation shot on black-and-white Super 8mm stock, and it captures images of the present on a medium from the past, in order to evoke a possible future. PSoE considers the negative impact of economic oppression as it plays out across our collective environmental or social landscape.  
  • Desolation Slow is both a visual tone poem and social inquiry, bringing moving image art and documentary forms together in a mesmeric cinematic collision. Filmed on location in rural Utah and Salt Lake City, the film reflects on homelessness, geography, and abandonment, while pondering connections between human and structural decay. Desolation Slow is also steeped in stories recounting decades of homelessness through the voice and figure of Joe Ortega, a formerly homeless resident who’s now su…
  • Reception: June 4th from 5-8pm            Duluth Art Institute, George Morrison Gallery Exhibition runs from May 23rd - August 11th Allen Killian-Moore’s exhibition features a collection of hypnotic, aesthetically driven Moving Image Art works that question folly and crave reparations. Filmed with a wide variety of formats including super 8mm, 16mm, HD video, 120 film, instant film, and Lomo super 35mm, among others, Killian-Moore’s work carries forward a diverse pallet while simultan…
  • Desolation Slow is both a visual tone poem and social inquiry, bringing moving image art and documentary forms together in a mesmeric cinematic collision. Filmed on location in rural Utah and Salt Lake City, the film reflects on homelessness, geography, and abandonment, while pondering connections between human and structural decay. Desolation Slow is also steeped in stories recounting decades of homelessness through the voice and figure of Joe Ortega, a formerly homeless resident who’s now su…
  • Desolation Slow is both a visual tone poem and social inquiry, bringing moving image art and documentary forms together in a mesmeric cinematic collision. Filmed on location in rural Utah and Salt Lake City, the film reflects on homelessness, geography, and abandonment, while pondering connections between human and structural decay. Desolation Slow is also steeped in stories recounting decades of homelessness through the voice and figure of Joe Ortega, a formerly homeless resident who’s now su…
  • Shot on salvaged Super 8 color reversal film, Anthropocene Rolling Far And Wide is a looped  tone-poem installation concerned with ecology, our collective psyche in the contemporary world, and the anthropocene geologic era which marks our current epoch (many scientists believe it began in 1945 when the first nuclear explosion occurred).
  • Desolation Slow reflects on homelessness, geography, and abandonment. It’s both an artistic tone poem and a social inquiry; bringing art and exploratory essay forms together in a cinematic collision. Desolation Slow is steeped in ballads recounting an experience of homelessness through the voice and figure of Joe Ortega, a formerly homeless resident who’s now permanently off the streets. Joe is among the 5% of Utah’s homeless population who’ve been helped by the state’s Housing First …
  • Permanent State of Exception is 16 minuted looped film installation shot on black-and-white Super 8mm stock, and it captures images of the present on a medium from the past, in order to evoke a possible future. PSoE considers the negative impact of economic oppression as it plays out across our collective environmental or social landscape.  
  • Shot on salvaged Super 8 color reversal film, Anthropocene Rolling Far And Wide is a looped 25 minute visual tone-poem installation concerned with ecology, our collective psyche in the contemporary world, and the anthropocene geologic era which marks our current epoch (many scientists believe it began in 1945 when the first nuclear explosion occurred).