1. In this gothic melodrama, Joan Crawford and Bette Davis perpetually wake to find themselves haunted by their own apparitions and terrorized by markers of time. Isolated in their own screen space, each woman struggles to reclaim time from the gendered discourses of aging that conflates older women with a sense of expiration and invisibility.

    The Time that Remains is the third work in the Dark Matter series, an ongoing cycle of video installations that are concerned with personal and historical experiences of time, and how these relations are mediated by screen technologies. Begun in 2005, each work in this series takes the form of a séance fiction where encounters are staged between the past and future selves of a deceased screen star.

    Materials: Humoresque (1946), Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964), Jezebel (1934), Possessed (1947), Strait-Jacket (1964), The Letter (1940), What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962). Music: Frédéric Chopin ‘Nocturnes Op.9 No.2’, Overlook Hotel ‘As Time Goes By’, Thomas Newman ‘Mental Boy’.

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  2. Soda_Jerk
    After the Rainbow
    Digital video, Dur: 6.02

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  3. Through a re-imagining of the initial sequence of the film The Wizard of Oz (1939), the fantasy world of cinema and the reality of Judy Garland’s complex life collide. Instead of taking Dorothy to Oz, the twister transports a young, hopeful Garland into the future where she encounters her disillusioned adult self.

    After the Rainbow is the second work in the Dark Matter series, an ongoing cycle of video installations that are concerned with personal and historical experiences of time, and how these relations are mediated by screen technologies. Begun in 2005, each work in this series takes the form of a séance fiction where encounters are staged between the past and future selves of a deceased screen star.

    Materials: Donnie Darko (2001), Easter Parade (1948), Judy, Frank and Dean: Once in a Lifetime (1962), The Manson Family (2003), Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992), Planet Terror (2007), Vertigo (1958), The Wizard of Oz (1939).

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  4. Stronger+One Last Rep follows Pacific Northwest bodybuilder David Patterson and explores what it means to commit a life to a single sport. Something happens in an athlete's life that overwhelmingly compels that person to make themselves stronger, no matter the cost. However, every athlete must face the day when their commitment is no longer physically possible.

    This film has the following honors
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    Winner, Best Short Documentary - All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival 2013
    Winner, Audience Choice - All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival 2013
    Official Selection - Seattle True Independent Film Festival 2014
    Featured - Ironman Magazine
    Vimeo Staff Pick

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