Monday September 9, 7pm
by Rose Kallal
live 16mm film and sound performance
admission $6

© Image copyright and courtesy of Rose Kallal, 2013

Microscope is extremely pleased to launch our new season of Events – and our 4th year! – with the premiere of the latest 16mm film and live sound performance by Rose Kallal. With Hydrargyrum Kallal will transform the white walls of the gallery, which we have kept empty for the night, with her looping 16 mm films, cycling at different speeds to create a flow of patterns and motifs that alternatively disintegrate, reconfigure and synchronize with each other. The films combine both digital animation produced by computer with traditional analog animation techniques. Kallal will perform live sound using modular synthesizers and percussion.

Kallal’s work in the NYTimes

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Rose Kallal is a NYC based 16mm film and sound artist. Her installations and performances have been presented internationally at venues and galleries that include, Participant Inc.,  MoMA PS1, Ramiken Crucible Gallery, Spike Island Art Center (Bristol, UK), The Paradiso/Sonic Acts Festival (Amsterdam, NL) and Museum of Contemporary Art of Bologna, Italy. Musical releases for UK label We Can Elude Control include a split 7” record with Mick Harris (Napalm Death, Lull) & Karl O’Connor (Regis), 12″ record Vermillion Vortex with remix by Robert A A Lowe (Lichens), and upcoming 12″ record Implicate Explicate.

© Image copyright and courtesy of Rose Kallal, 2013

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