Song for the Bees
media installation by Laura Zaylea
Presented in DAEL’s The Window Project
About the Installation:
Song for Bees is a multi-screen digital film poem that combines hand-processed super 8mm film and hand-dyed 16mm found footage with nonlinear editing and HD technology. The streaks of film chemistry and holes of light created by bleach become essential elements of this four-part celebration of the seasons. The installation includes Song for the Bees (Spring), Arrows to Light (Autumn), Letter to Winter and Dog Days (of Summer).
About the Artist:
Laura Zaylea is a filmmaker who works primarily in experimental narrative film and media. Her feature film Hold The Sun (2009, Co-Written/Directed with David Yun) was awarded Best Avant Garde Film at the 2010 Amsterdam Film Festival, and her short experimental films have played at the SFMoMA, Pacific Film Archives, PS1, New Langton Arts and the Notthatbalai Film Festival. She has received arts grants from The Kodak Foundation, The Open Meadows Foundation and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. More information about her work can be found at LauraZaylea.com
About The Window Project:
The Window Project is a curated new media installation space at the Digital Arts Entertainment Laboratory (DAEL) on the campus of Georgia State University. Launched in Spring 2011, The Window Project consists of six synchronized high-definition projectors that create a rear-projection screen that stands over six feet high and 80 feet wide. daellab.com
The Window Project is located at the intersection of Park Place & Edgewood Avenue, across from Woodruff Park in downtown Atlanta.
One Park Place South, Atlanta, GA 30303
October 21 - November 31
Nightly from 6pm-2am
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