Zach Zone, December 2015

SO the jury did do a great job of picking the good stuff. BUT some of the work I really liked didn't make the cut so i thought i would just make a little nook of the site that's just for me to put the videos i liked! so here is 6 that didn't get selected by the jury that i wanted to show you!

~Zachary Hutchinson
Creator of Video! Video! Zine
ZacharyHutchinson.com


Kyoto Daiichi Hotel
by Jesse Clark

3min 43sec, Chicago IL, 2015    

"In room 503 someone at the Kyoto Daiichi Hotel performs in their window. The performance is being recorded by someone on the street facing the hotel. With convenient access to Osaka, Hyogo, Nara, Shiga and Wakayama prefectures, Kyoto is visited by many people from all over the world for tourist and business purposes."

For more info about Jesse Clark visit artandvideogames.com


Bathroom Mirror: Hour 2
by Michael Zarowny

03min 30sec, Chicago Il, 2015    

"Deuteronomy 14:1 says "Ye are the children of the LORD your God: ye shall not cut yourselves, nor make any baldness between your eyes for the dead," but if I add up all the minutes how many collective days have I spent ruminating in front of the mirror about things that do not exist anymore?"

For more info about Michael Zarowny visit michaelzarowny.com.


BEAT DETECTIVES "THREE POINTER"
by MICHAEL GREEN music by BEAT DETECTIVES

     

2min 48sec, 97205, 2015

""THREE POINTER" is an animated video for BEAT DETECTIVES, which follows the music theme of basketball, with the use of a 3D stock model in a cyber~environment, to explore the beauty & dynamics of athletic grace. "

For more info about Micheal Green visit officialmichaelgreen.com.


Who Let You in Here?
by Emily Sasmor

6min 00sec, 2014    

"Who Let You In Here? is a representation of the experience of watching someone slowly lose both their mind and their will to live. Music: FKA Twigs – Papi Pacify FKA Twigs – Give Up FKA Twigs -Lights On All text was written by Marsha Sasmor"

For more info about Emily Sasmor visit cargocollective.com/emilysasmor.


Julia's Letter
by Taylor Larned

02min 45sec, 2014    

"An impressionistic journey through the cryptic psyche of a dead lover. Pits powdered, kisses on the neck, mascara running, lipstick smeared around the mouth. This Spring, julia Awakens to find that the letter she had sent was in a language not yet understood. The Bitter Tears of Julia, will put fire into those, Wild at Heart."


miart 2015
by Linda Alborghetti and Marco Bellini

3min 32sec, Italy, 2015    

"miart is a fair in which modern and contemporary art communicate constant references with explicit echoes; it affords a situation to grasp links between the past and present. miart will emphasize this aspect aspiring to work on the possibility of testing institutional strategies that differ from existing models, the aim being to set out along a path in which miart plays an active role in modern and contemporary production throughout the entire year, not just during the days of the art fair. In this way, miart will turn into a recipient of contexts, nurturing structures and varied experiences that connect the cultural and economic fabric of Milan to leading international organizations. The sections of the fair and parallel events will be held with principal focus on the “crossing” of different disciplines, with the desire being to intercept the public from other areas. The goal is to find a suitable area in the field of communication between knowledge and a place of “trade” that is also a place for a real cultural experience, based on the theory of “the Economics of Experiences,” in which the production of goods and services is no longer sufficient, and the “experiences” offered become the basis of value creation."

For more info about Linda Alborghetti & Marco Bellini visit la-mb.com