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David Rimmer (1942) is een van de meest productieve avant-garde filmmakers uit Canada. Vanavond is hij te gast bij WORM en zal hij praten over zijn werk en een brede collectie van zijn films vertonen. Achteraf is er de mogelijkheid voor een Q&A.

David Rimmer wordt erkend als een van de belangrijkste experimentele filmmakers van nu. Rimmer heeft meer dan 50 films geproduceerd, variërend van puur experimentele vormen, documentaires, hand geschilderde animaties, én meeslepende dans en muziek video's. Zijn werk is op vele prestigieuze festivals over de hele wereld vertoond en staat ook in permanente collecties musea waaronder het Museum of Modern art in New York.

Programma:
Variations on a Cellophane Wrapper 1970, 8min, 16mm
Surfacing on the Thames 1970, 10min, 16mm
As Seen on TV, 1986, 14min 16mm
Divine Mannequin, 1989, 7min, video to film transfer
Bricolage, 1984, 11min, 16mm
Canadian Pacific 1, 1974, 10min, 16mm
Real Italian Pizza, 1971, 10min, 16mm
Seashore, 1971, 10min, silent, 16mm
Tiger, 1994, 5min, 35mm
The Dance, 1970, 5min, 16mm
Digital Psyche, 2007, 12min, hand-painted film transferred to video
Padayatra - a walking meditation, 2005, 12min, hand-painted film transferred to video
Eye for an Eye, 2003, 12min, hand-painted film transferred to video

ENGLISH BIO:

David Rimmer is one of Canada’s most prolific avant-garde filmmakers, having established a critical reception for his work since the mid 1960s. A contemporary of artists such as Michael Snow, Rimmer’s work has developed over the years through a prolonged engagement with the filmic subject and the altered phenomenological experience it creates in the viewer through the medium of film. Rimmer is especially noted for a body of work made in the 1970s called the “self-reflexive” pieces, which include works such as Surfacing on the Thames (1970) and Variations on a Cellophane Wrapper (1970). These works explore the nature of the film materials and how the medium constructs illusions of movement, depth and presence. His practice has also encompassed documentary films that have profiled performance artists and artworks as well as numerous films inspired by his travels. His films illustrate the qualities of “an exemplary craftsperson” as described by the Canadian film critic and writer Bruce Elder, displaying the subtleties and intricacies of their making that are maintained throughout his practice.

Locatie

WORM
Boomgaardsstraat 71
3012 XA Rotterdam

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