Zach Zone, October 2016

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 10 that didn't get selected by the jury that i wanted to show you!

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


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By Eden Mitsenmacher

CW: None Provided by Artist

00 minutes, 56 seconds, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2015

Sometimes, change of perspective always fixes that. Logic or intuition, physics or physical therapy, live stream or mainstream? Intuition, physics, live stream. What are you looking forward to? “Loading” plays on the cues triggering contemporary society’s expectations. Incorporating imagery reminiscent of the screen saver seen during the process of downloading a file, the physical state of the spectator becomes a mental state of anticipation.

Eden Mitsenmacher's Website


Tropic of Cancer

By Emma Pryde

CW: Explicit Language

15 minutes, 39 seconds, Los Angeles, California, USA, 2016

Montage video about society. Repurposed and original material composed as a reflection of culture. Inspired by Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer. 

Emma Pryde's Email Address


From Inside a Beehive and Back Again

By 

Kayle Karbowski

CW: None Provided by Artist

06 minutes, 49 seconds, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 2015

From Inside a Beehive and Back Again invites us as viewers to peer in through a piece of garden décor to bare witness to a possibly female alien humanoid's experience in an undefined moment in time. Each environment she exists in holds its own sense of artificiality and malleability, almost like going deeper into a virtual subconscious. Who holds the power over these spaces, these things? Where did she come from and where is she going? Is she an abstraction of the contemporary suburban woman or just a figment of our imagination?

Kayle Karbowski's Website


Middle Child

By Brock Brock

CW: None Provided by Artist

05 minutes, 37 seconds, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2016

The middle child lives in a middle world…Sometimes in families we enter into a kinship with ourselves in order to survive, whether perceived threats in our families are real or not. For this first solo video I decided to open up collaboration between myself now and my teenage self from a family of six children in southern Idaho. The video, laced with biological elements, is a riff on what Carl Jung might call the un-lived life.

Brock Brock's Website