AMANDA DAWN CHRISTIE // Requiem for Radio : Full Quiet Flutter is an interactive performance for human bodies, electrons and radiowaves. Architecture, technology, history, and the human body come together in this near-supernatural conjuring of the spirits of the Radio Canada International (RCI) shortwave towers.This performance is a requiem for the Radio Canada International shortwave site that was located near the border of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and transmitted shortwave radio around the world from 1944 – 2014.
Requiem for Radio : Full Quiet Flutter is an interactive performance for human bodies, electrons and radiowaves. Architecture, technology, history, and the human body come together in this near-supernatural conjuring of the spirits of the Radio Canada International (RCI) shortwave towers.
New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is pleased to announce the 5th edition of the TransX Transmission Art Symposium. The symposium will include performances, a keynote address by transmission artist Amanda Dawn Christie, a listening-recital, installation, and workshop as part of the annual Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art.
New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is pleased to announce the 5th edition of the TransX Transmission Art Symposium. Friday night includes Symposium Concert #2 Transmission Soundprints, featureing the following works: Ben Ramsey — Volmet North, Olivia Bradley-Skill — Exposure/Communication, Karen Power — Sounding Water, Mike Vernusky Salas — The Holy Sea (excerpt), Amanda Dawn Christie — Transmissions
PROJECTIONS LE 26 ET 27 JANVIER 2017
5 $ étudiant / 7 $ régulier
Gagnant du prix La vague du meilleur documentaire lors de la 30e édition du FICFA, ce documentaire expérimental filmé en 35mm offre des prises de vues incroyables et des témoignages inoubliables. À ne pas manquer!
Spectres of Shortwave will screen in Sackville, on the four year anniversary of the final broadcast sent by the RCI shortwave transmission towers. A reception for the community will follow at CoyWolf.
On November 28 2012, the final transmission from the RCI towers in Sackville was sent to the arctic. On November 28, 2014, this film about these towers will screen for the first time in Sackville for the local community.
Ombres des ondes courtes / Spectres of Shortwave sera présenté par le FICFA à Moncton -- au Cinéplex Dieppe.
Dans le cadre de cet atelier, l'artiste et cinéaste Amanda Dawn Christie présentera des techniques de performance utilisant des projecteurs 16mm.
Ce travail est une performance qui ré échit sur la réflexion. Le sel, l'eau, la préservation et la distillation explorent l'espace liminal où la mer rencontre le ciel. Lorsque l'horizon est caché dans la brume, la distance s'effondre et se dilate. Le sel, l'eau et la ré exion deviennent des éléments physiques clés dans la présentation de ce travail.
NAISA (New Adventures in Sound Art) presents:
A Gathering of Canadian Sound Art
co-presented with IMAA
General $15, Students $10,
Participants in Sound Art Caucus meetings and Music Gallery members will be admitted at student rate
HiFi Normal screens at the Biennal de la imagen en movimiento in Buenos Aires Argentina.
"What's Clear Becomes Crystal: CFMDC shorts" is a program curated by Lauren Howes. This eclectic program of short films from CFMDC’s contemporary catalogue takes us on a timely journey, in celebration of our 50th anniversary (Canada’s 150th) in 2017.
Requiem for Radio: New Dead Zones, is an interactive installation by Amanda Dawn Christie enabling the public to play the ghosts of radio towers with radio waves.
Artist talk for group of students / participants in AFCOOP's expanded cinema program.
Artist talk followed by critique and feedback on participant projects in the days leading up to the Nocturne exhibition.
Mixed Motives : Nocturne Artists in the Foreground is a series of twenty-minute presentations by artists David Clark, Amanda Dawn Christie, Rachael Shannon, and Jason Skinner, all of whom will be presenting their work during Nocturne: Art at Night on Saturday, October 15th.
This experimental documentary about the Radio Canada International shortwave towers is both a film and a radio documentary, and while viewers watch the film in one part of the world, listeners can simultaneously listen to the audio doc in other parts of the world.
The film will be premiering in Canada at the Atlantic Film Festival, while the radio documentary simultaneously makes it's premiere on Wave Farm Radio out of New York.
You can listen live here: https://wavefarm.org/listen
6:15 EST (7:15 AST)
Spectres of Shortwave / Ombres des ondes courtes will have its world premiere screening at the Atlantic Film Festival. .... Long before the internet, there was shortwave. This film shares tales of technology, military strategy, personal connections, and strange sounds coming from household appliance. It's a film about radio waves, relationships, landscape, and loss.
At the same time as the screening in Halifax, there will be a radio simulcast of the sound track which doubles as an audio doc, on Wave Farm Radio out of New York:
IMAC artist in residence, Amanda Dawn Christie is wrapping up her one month of research and creation on the island, and is opening up her studio to IMAC members and the general public who are interested to come and visit, to see her work space and her tools, and to say goodbye before she leaves the island!
A three channel 16mm film loop installation reflecting on reflection. Salt, water, preservation, and distillation explore the liminal space where sea meets sky. When the horizon is hidden in haze, distance collapses and expands. Salt, water, and reflection become key physical elements in the installation of this work.
Join IMAC artist in residence, Amanda Dawn Christie, for a late night drink and chat at Marc's Lounge. Amanda will be discussing her latest project, a 16mm film installation. Amanda will be offering demos, tips and tricks as well as a sneak peek, first test loops of her new project, Where Ocean Meets Air.
This free workshop includes 100 feet of 16mm film and the chemistry to process it in! The workshop will cover loading and operating the bolex camera and processing 16mm film in the darkroom. Each participant will shoot and process their own film, and all films will be transferred to digital so that participants can later work with their footage on a computer.
The Island Media Arts Co-op welcomes Amanda Dawn Christie as this summer’s artist in residence from August 1 to 28. She will be creating a new 16mm film installation that will be exhibited at Art in the Open on August 27. Amanda will give a free DIY filmmaking workshop August 13 and 14.Source: BUZZon.com
Off Route 2 will be installed as a part of a looping video installation at this year's OK,Quoi?! festival. They will be installing a different artist video each day of the festival.
Contact microphone building workshop for teens aged 11 - 18 at the Moncton Public Library.
Early Monthly Segments #85
Corinne + Arthur Cantrill and Amanda Dawn Christie
Tuesday 28 June 2016, 8 PM
*NOTE TUESDAY EVENING*
Exclusive preview / test screening of the near completed film
presented as a part of the MDocs Storyteller's Institute "Walking the Line: Fact and Fiction"
directly followed by a Q&A with Director Amanda Dawn Christie
Institute Fellows Aggie Ebrahimi Bazaz, Amanda Dawn Christie, Jake Nussbauam and Courtney Reid-Eaton present a glimpse of their practice in exhibition and artist talks, pop-up exhibits and screenings.
Each artist in residence gives a presentation on their practice and what they will be working on during their time at the Storyteller's institute.
John B. Moore Documentary Studies Collaborative
Storytellers' Institute 2016
Walking the Line: Fact and Fiction
a five-week residency hosted at the Skidmore College campus. The Institute welcomes its Fellows, Skidmore Scholars and the Saratoga Springs local community to engage in lively and thought-provoking conversation, workshops and inspiration addressing a timely topic or theme.
Cineworks and Art Speak present "The Accursed Share" curated by Marina Roy.
The screening is free and includes an artist talk and discussion
In Kingdome Come
Co-presented in partnership with Toronto Animated Image Society.
The works in this program speculate on the possibilities of other worlds where our sense of control and comprehension of the world, around us is suspended and has given way to selflessness and delusion.