Towards a 6th Dimensional Cinema
Exploded View Microcinema
197 E Toole Ave / 520-366-1573
Filmmaker Peter Rose in Person
Co-presented by the Hanson Film Institute
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Exploded View presents an in-person screening of the visionary work of multimedia artist Peter Rose (Philadelphia). Drawing on his background in mathematics and physics, Rose has been working for over 40 years with time, space, sound and light to conjure higher dimensions of vision. Rose will show a survey of his work to date: twenty-five screen multiple images that spatialize time; documents of video installations that play with appearance and reality, and investigations of novel forms of illumination, all culminating in the first display of Rose’s most recent experiments in Six-Dimensional video. 3D glasses will be provided!!! Peter Rose talks in UA classes, plus more about Rose →
Thursday, Mar 3, 2016 – 7pm FREE
(Pamela Yates, Paco de Onis and Peter Kinoy, 2014)
Can 20 million women upend a continent?
A band of Latin American activist economists sets out to change their region, partnering with women marginalized by poverty to challenge accepted notions of how to eradicate inequality. Through this program, the women become empowered economic and political agents in their communities. At the heart of the film are the stories of women who participate in Fundación Capital’s programs, encountering in themselves formerly untapped political and economic energy which propels many into active roles of civic participation.
By a lake in the Peruvian Andes, we meet Cirila Quillahuaman who tells us that the women in her village, once “sleeping beauties,” have now been awakened by the program, and are opening savings accounts and starting small businesses… More about DISRUPTION with director bios→