1. The Disappearance - Imaginarium 2012


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    The Disappearance follows a group of four professional surfers and six filmmakers on what should have been the ultimate surf trip to the jungles of Indonesia but quickly became an excursion into heart-stopping terror. As the group discovers a secret perfect wave, strange images begin to appear on film. Are they sharks, alligators, or something else? Fear sets in. Accusations fly. By night, unseen evil stirs beyond their campfire’s light. By day, large animal prints are discovered nearby. Members of the crew begin to disappear one by one. As the end of their journey approaches, they realize that what they are filming is not an epic trip but their own descent into unimaginable horror. This is the footage found on the multiple hard drives and cameras recovered at the destroyed campsite. The disappearance of the eight adventurers is still under investigation. Two survivors have been questioned repeatedly and continue to tell investigators strange stories of a sea creature. Search and rescue has finally reached the remote jungle campsite, but contact has been lost as of this press release. All attempts to establish contact with the search party have gone unsuccessful.

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    • Curating Lab 2014 | Public Symposium: The Disappearance (Session 2)


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      14 July 2014 As part of Curating Lab 2014’s curatorial-intensive, the public symposium When Does an Exhibition Begin and End? brought together curators and artists working in Singapore to discuss their recent and ongoing projects. Addressing the format of the exhibition in terms of duration and process, the symposium consisted of two complimentary sessions that reflected on the exhibition's capacity to articulate its own making and incorporate its own history. In the same way that the Internet has untethered television from fixed schedules and newspapers from print deadlines, the symposium further pondered on how the exhibition and today's art institutions are undergoing similar transformations and will considered how exhibitions produce knowledge through the format of conversations between curators and artists. In the first session Shabbir Hussain Mustafa (Curator, National Gallery Singapore) and artist Charles Lim, recently announced as Singapore’s Venice Biennale 2015 representatives, talked about their ongoing professional collaboration including Lim's long-term SEA STATE project and the related solo exhibition In Search of Raffles’ Light (NUS Museum, 24 October 2013–27 April 2014). Mustafa and Lim addressed these projects' engagement with the maritime history of Singapore in its intersection with the present while speculating about their approach to future exhibitions. In the second session Anca Rujoiu and Vera Mey (Curators, CCA — Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore) discussed their recent project The Disappearance (CCA, 5–6 April 2013), which took place during the dismantling of a previous exhibition "as a durational event unfolding over two days including a continuous series of manifestations". Rujoiu and Mey were joined by participating artist Shubigi Rao who discussed her project Visual Snow (2014), presented during The Disappearance as an ongoing part of her biographical study of "the reclusive S. Raoul". Within the context of Curating Lab 2014, "When Does An Exhibition Begin and End?" was treated as an occasion to reflect on the role of a symposium and its public within curatorial practice. It counted on the engagement of Curatorial-Intensive participants who live-tweeted proceedings, mapped concepts of the discussions, and devised approaches to documenting and reporting the day for those not physically present. The Symposium was moderated by artist, curator and writer Heman Chong and Barcelona-based curatorial office Latitudes (Max Andrews and Mariana Cánepa Luna). Curating Lab 2014 blog: curating-lab.blogspot.sg/

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      • Colin Patrick Garvey - Author of, The Disappearance - Big Image Films Book Trailers


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        Colin Patrick Garvey, A new voice in Science fiction , Author of The Disappearance, Book 1 of his Fallen Race Trilogy,has completed, The Revelations, Book ll and soon ,The Resistance, Book lll. Colin Patrick Garvey's- new Book Trailer, The Disappearance, tells the story of a lone soul, Sean O;connell, surviving a catastrophic evil event that happens on the Fourth of July, wiping out his small-town beach community. Ex-Marine,O'connell, refocuses his life and becomes a relentless warrior in effort to find his family and what happened to his community. Thanks to Big Image Films, I am grateful for all your effort, Colin.

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