1. WeaksawChapter#1Album2015


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    WeaksaW is currently working on its second full-length#1 (Produced by Mark Lewis). with WeaksaW - Mark Lewis - Jason Suecof - Anderson's Hill Project Drum tracking by Jason Suecof (at Eyal drumRoom)

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    • 2 Square Fort Sanders Yacht Club


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      This fall the Fort Sanders Yacht Club was put through a transformation by the street artist duo 2 Square. That sounded like a good time-lapse movie to me so I volunteered to document the process. Creating the video and stills was a fun technical challenge. For mobility and height I mounted my GoPro onto a light stand. It was no big deal to move the camera around run it up on the stand and frame the shot with the Iphone app. Then all I had to do was drink beer and let the camera roll. I also used my 5D to get some stills and b roll to cut to in the video. The new art at For Sanders Yacht Club looks great. They covered just about everything, the walls the tables, the poop deck and the bathrooms. I think 2 Square is doing some more work around Knoxville while they are here. I will have to keep an eye out for it. For more check out markilewis.com

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      • Getting to know Mark Lewis


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        Learning the art of storytelling from the best, Mark Lewis.

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        • The Family Business: Fishmongering


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          What says "Father's Day in Orange County" more than sons who've followed their dads' respective footsteps into the worlds of surfing, music and seafood? Happy Father's Day from (and to) Mark and Sam Lewis. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT THE FISHMONGERING LEWISES: http://www.ocweekly.com/2011-06-16/news/fathers-day-family-business-mark-sam-lewis CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT SURFING FAMILY HERBIE, CHRISTIAN, NATHAN AND GREYSON FLETCHER, AS WELL AS MUSICIANS STAN, JOSH AND JASON FREESE: http://www.ocweekly.com/2011-06-16/news/fathers-day-family-business

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          • Mark Lewis - Charles H. Scott Gallery, December 5th, 2013


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            The Charles H. Scott Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition featuring two new film works by Canadian-born, UK-based artist Mark Lewis. These works, Browns Point and City Road, March 24, 2012, like Lewis’ other films currently being shown at the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Offsite, speak to the artist’s interest in the medium of film and in the way filmic devices are employed in cinematic language. However, unlike the series at Offsite, the films at the Charles H. Scott Gallery are more photographic having been composed and shot from a fixed point. In talking about his work, Lewis has stated that he is “interested in how the origins of film are, in some respects, in the picture that starts to transform. I try to understand the extent to which one can strip film down to be an experience of depiction, of showing something.” Since the mid-nineties Lewis has been experimenting with the medium of film. It was an obvious progression from his earlier photographic works that were heavily influenced by film theory especially the work of Victor Burgin and feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey. In recent years Lewis has been increasingly engaged in a process of paring down the elements of a film to the bare minimum. At the same time he fosters the viewer’s ability to animate narrative possibilities, they anticipate potential fictive scenarios based on their own understanding of cinema. Mark Lewis' photographic and film works have been shown at major museums throughout the world. He has had solo exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the British Film Institute, PS1 New York, and the Musee d'Art Contemporain, Montreal to name but a few and he is represented in prestigious collections from the Centre Pompidou in Paris to the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 2009 Lewis represented Canada at the 53rd International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia. He is the co-founder and co-editor of Afterall, a publishing and research venture. In 2011 Lewis was the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Mark Lewis Exhibition December 4 - February 16, 2013 | 12 - 5pm

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            • Rain Tribute to the Beatles Interview with RINGO STARR


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              Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles - raintribute.com Interview with Douglas Cox who portrays Ringo Starr. Show is at Music Hall in Fair Park this November 23rd & 24th for four total shows. 1:30 & 7:30 shows each day. DallasSummerMusicals.org. Video Shot & Edited by Gadi Elkon

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              • RAIN Beatles Tribute Commercial


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                Cinevative created this TV spot for Rain - A Tribute to the Beatles. Using completely CG environments, this spot takes the Rain performers through every stage of the Beatles career. See Rain on tour www.raintribute.com

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                • Bourbon Street do Step On by The Happy Mondays (Creative Cover)


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                  Big thanks to Ben at http://www.schmidtmedia.co.uk/ for the filming and editing. Also big thanks to Edge Studios for the use of the studio.

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                  • Mark Lewis, COLD MORNING (2009), 53rd Venice Biennale


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                    Mark Lewis' work, COLD MORNING (2009), is an installation of four films projected at the Canadian pavilion during the 53rd Venice Biennale. Two of the films use the film technique of rear-projection. By separating reality into two realities, film looking at film, rear- projection became modern according to Mark Lewis. His films are made for the gallery space. Visitors in the exhibit space act as a third layer of reality, the reality of the viewer now. The following films can be seen in the video: NATHAN PHILLIPS SQUARE, A WINTER’S NIGHT SKATING, 2009 TD CENTRE, 54TH FLOOR, 2009 COLD MORNING, 2009 THE FIGHT, 2008 During the biennale, Mark Lewis' film Backstory (2009) was shown at Campo Santa Margherita. artist's website: www.marklewisstudio.com *view our interview with Mark Lewis about RUSH HOUR, MORNING AND EVENING, CHEAPSIDE (2005): https://vimeo.com/68254724

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                    • Mark Lewis, Documenta 12


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                      Mark Lewis is filmmaker and author. He lives and works in London. His work investigates the pictorial possibilities of the moving image. He is interested in how the specific formal qualities of film and mobile camera optics have transformed classical pictorial idioms. such as 'landscape’, 'portraiture’... Rush Hour, Morning and Evening, Cheapside (2005), a film by Mark Lewis was chosen by the art director of DOCUMENTA 12 Roger M. Buergel as a trailer for the exhibition and has been shown in movie theaters across Germany. Mark Lewis’s essay Is modernity our Antiquity? was published in DOCUMENTA 12 magazine Nr.1 (Georg Schöllhammer, Roger Buergel and Ruth Noack (eds.), documenta 12 Magazine, No.1: Modernity?, Cologne: Taschen, 2007) Mark Lewis co-founded Afterall, a research and publishing organization, based in London and Los Angeles. Afterall journal provides a forum for the critical consideration of contemporary art practice. The Documenta 12 trailer, which is shown in this video was provided by Mark Lewis studio with the following credits: The trailer is an excerpt taken from "Rush Hour, Morning and Evening, Cheapside" (2005), 35mm, transferred to HD, 4 Minutes, Film from Mark Lewis, courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Fund for the Twenty-First Century.

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