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R22 is reporting live throughout the week from the old Dia center in Chelsea, as part of the X Initiative’s NO SOUL FOR SALE Festival of Independent organizations.
As part of the X Initiative’s NO SOUL FOR SALE Festival of Independents, L’APPARTEMENT 22 is pleased to announce the New York launch of their newest publication, « L’appartement 22, 2002-2008 » by founder and director Abdellah Karroum, and the first of a series of curatorial deployments, the R22 UNIVERSE. R22 UNIVERSE_01 : NEW YORK is curated by James Merle Thomas and will feature field recordings, interviews, and audio contributions.
Light Industry is a new venue for film and electronic art in Brooklyn, run by Thomas Beard and Ed Halter. Light Industry began as a series of events at Industry City in Sunset Park, organized by different artists, critics, or curators. Through its regular program of screenings, performances, and lectures, Light Industry’s goal is to explore new models for the presentation of time-based media.
As part of their contribution to the No Soul For Sale Festival, Light Industry has created a comprehensive programming schedule of screenings, conversations, and lectures. Yesterday (6/25), Tom Zummer presented "Invisible Cinema," a paper on lost and otherwise incomplete cinematic moments, illustrated with some remarkable clips.
Excerpts here include a meditations on Dan Rather’s iconic presence as captured during the first hours of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 on live television ; missing NASA footage of the first Moon landing ; Chairman Mao’s Little Red Movie ; A long lost and unrestored 1968 Marcel Broodthaers film , Le Corbeau et le Renard (The Fox and the Crow) ; a rare and non-circulating propaganda film ; and outtakes from numerous commercial films, including a 4.5 hour extended director’s cut ( !) of Coppola’s 1979 Apocalypse Now.