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Jeremy Tinder, with assistance from Rachel Niffenegger and music composed by Nathan Budde, debuted his comic prequel The Prior Adventures of the Eye with an animated slideshow and paper-mache model, embodied by Ian Endsley, onto which the protagonist’s still, unsettling visage was projected at Brain Frame 13 on July 28th, 2013.

Photos thanks to Gillian Fry and Cynthia Post.

Jeremy Tinder, with assistance from Rachel Niffenegger and music composed by Nathan Budde, debuted his comic prequel The Prior Adventures of the Eye with an animated slideshow and paper-mache model, embodied by Ian Endsley, onto which the protagonist’s still, unsettling visage was projected at Brain Frame 13 on July 28th, 2013.

Video thanks to Jack Wensel [camera; editing], Burton Bilharz [camera], and Tyson Torstensen [sound].

Next Sunday, the 28th, at BRAIN FRAME 13 - 2nd Anniversary ShowJeremy Tinder will debut a new prequel to his supernatural detective story The Eye. Jeremy’sThe Prior Adventures of The Eye performance will involve multiple video channels, one of which will look something like this and be projected on a giant static head. See you there!

Jeremy Tinder was physically absent last Brain Frame, so he overcompensated, coordinating the most technically impressive performance we’ve seen so far: he enlisted Rebecca Spence and Nate Beaty to run the show in Chicago, while he Skyped in, wearing a mask, from Amsterdam, with Rachel Niffenegger-Tinder operating backgrounds, to read the story of Mothman, from his comic Elephant Ear Issue 1, accompanied by music crafted by Nathan Budde, at Brain Frame 9 on November 16th, 2012.

Video thanks to Jack Wensel [editing], Tyson Torstensen [sound], Jenna Caravello [camera] and Ryan Gleeson [camera].

Jeremy Tinder wasn’t able to attend in the flesh, so he enlisted Rebecca Spence and Nate Beaty to run the show in Chicago, while he skyped in, wearing a mask, from Amsterdam, with Rachel Niffenegger-Tinder operating backgrounds, to read the story of Mothman, from his comic Elephant Ear Issue 1, accompanied by music crafted by Nathan Budde, at Brain Frame 9 on November 16th, 2012.

Photos thanks to Gillian Fry.

Jeremy Tinder lures his audience into complacency, only to terrify them with the gory, gruesome tale of Bloody Gary, from the first issue of Chromazoid, at Brain Frame 4 on January 19th, 2012.

Video thanks to Jenna Caravello.