Boston Cyberarts 2011 Festival Event

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Venue: Emerson College, Huret & Spector Gallery   Categories: exhibition

Fri 02/18/2011 - Fri 04/22/2011
Free admission | Wheelchair accessible
Aldo Tambellini: The Black Films

The Black Films, Aldo TambelliniAldo Tambellini is an artist and poet whose series of Black Films produced in 1965 announced his presence in the vanguard of New York's independent filmmakers. In 1963, he began to scratch and draw on discarded slides that he projected as a part of multimedia environments that he called "Electromedia." He naturally progressed to moving images, creating six Black Films in 1965. He described them as "paintings in motion" that were divorced from the traditional concept of the narrative film shot through a camera. He conceived of his cameraless films as an experience that would "dislocate the senses of the viewer." Emerson College will host an installation of Tambellini's Black Films, two of his television productions, and a group of ephemera from the 1960s.

Photo: Black is, Aldo Tambellini, still from 16mm digitized film

Feb 18-Apr 22

Gallery Hours| Mon-Fri, 12-5pm

Opening Reception| Feb 18 | 5-7pm

Public Transportation| Boylston (MBTA Green Line)


Emerson College, Huret & Spector Gallery
Tufte Performance and Production Center, 10 Boylston Place, 6th floor
Boston, MA 02116 
phone: 617.824.8667


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