1. UVP 2011-12 On-Site Documentation


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    On-site documentation hIghlights from Urban Video Project's 2011-2012 programming year. Total Run Time: 4:17 William Wegman, "Flo/Flow": 0:10 Pae White, "Dying Oak/Elephant": 1:30 John Knecht, "DELUGE": 2:25 Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, "Always After (The Glass House)": 3:21 For more information, go to www.urbanvideoproject.com

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    • University of Maine at Farmington 2013 Commencement, Part 3


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      Part 3: The Conferring of Degrees, Welcome to New Alumni, and the Recessional. Running Time: 1 hour.

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      • University of Maine at Farmington 2013 Commencement, Part 1


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        Part 1: The Processional Running Time: 18 minutes

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        • Trailer "Hello Nature" by William Wegman


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          William Wegman - Hello Nature. How to paint, draw, cook and find your way 25 May 2013 to 29 September 2013 William Wegman is perhaps best known for his photographs of his Weimaraners and although this work is generously represented in the exhibition, Hello Nature explores the inspiration behind all of Wegman’s work. In addition to his photos, the exhibition also includes Wegman’s paintings, drawings, collages, and films, a highly personal investigations of nature and its meaning in our culture.

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          • Heroic fail take 5


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            Currently working on a project, exploring the the relationships between human-animals and non-human animals. Looking closely at the relationship that we have with our pets, especially dogs. Was attempting to transcribe William Wegman's 'Two dogs & a ball' (1972) piece but soon learnt that my dog had better ideas, and so made a series of short videos of attempting to get Aaron to cooperate but him doing what he pleased. in this video, Aaron is sat too close to the camera that only his face is on screen.

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            • William Wegman's Wilderness


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              A visit with the artist William Wegman and his dogs at their home in Maine. I shot, produced and edited this piece for The New York Times.

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              • On Site at UVP Everson: William Wegman


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                In the spring, UVP presented the world premiere of a new piece by video pioneer, William Wegman. Created specifically for the UVP Everson site, Flo/Flow is Wegman’s latest in a long line of human-canine collaborations dating back to the 1970s, when Wegman began to work with his dog, Man Ray. Ever since, the endearingly deadpan presence of Weimaraners has been a central feature of Wegman’s work. In Flo/Flow, two Weimaraners lay motionless and monumental as mythical gatekeepers, their uncanny twinning resonant with the flanking wings of the Everson building. They stare out, literally unmoved but for the sidelong tracking of their eyes, which seem to look now at the night sky, now at the plaza below, briefly at one another, and now straight back at the viewer with that humorous blend of existential anxiety and utter indifference that somehow only a dog can perfectly convey. For more information on UVP, go to: www.urbanvideoproject.com Or look for Urban Video Project on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/urbanvideoproject

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                • The Hardly Boys dir. William Wegman


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                  Sleuthing dogs.

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                  • William Wegman for OMHU


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                    Omhu celebrates the joy of walking a dog with a photoset collaboration with Weimeraner hero and world-famous photographer William Wegman. Find out more about the collaboration at omhu.com/wegman and go to our shop for a limited time gift with purchase and $20 discount for Mom's Day!

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                    • "Flo/Flow" by William Wegman (excerpt)


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                      2011 Total Run Time: 2:30 Screening at UVP Everson 401 Harrison St. on the north facade of the Everson Museum of Art March 1 - May 27, 2012, Th - Sun, dusk - 11PM To view on-site documentation of the video at UVP Everson, go to: https://vimeo.com/44240751 For more information, go www.urbanvideoproject.com Or look for UVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/urbanvideoproject?ref=hl About the Video The video, “Flo Flow”, is Wegman’s latest in a long line of human-canid collaborations. It was while he was in Long Beach in the 1970′s that Wegman got his dog, Man Ray, with whom he began a fruitful collaboration of many years. Man Ray, known in the art world and beyond for his endearing deadpan presence, became a central figure in Wegman’s photographs and videotapes. Ever since, Weimaraner-actors have peopled Wegman’s uncanny imaginative universe, a reflection on both the human-ness of ‘animals’ and the strangeness of humans. William Wegman will give an artist talk at the Everson Museum of Art on April 10 at 6:30PM To view a video of the talk, go to: https://vimeo.com/44585599

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