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Andrew Hertzberg recently interviewed Lyra Hill about Brain Frame, art politics, Paganism, and much more. Check it out!

Andrew Hertzberg recently interviewed Lyra Hill about Brain Frame, art politics, Paganism, and much more. Check it out!

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LYRA HILL projects at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago, IL and runs Brain Frame. She is currently raising funds for a film about “a sleepover, a séance, and the singular aesthetic capabilities of 16mm film.”

Brain Frame involves a lot of projection, perhaps because facilitator Lyra Hill is a projectionist. Here’s her contribution to the excellent blog Projectionists Draw Projectors, from the Northwest Chicago Film Society.

projectionistsproject:

LYRA HILL projects at the Gene Siskel Film Center in Chicago, IL and runs Brain Frame. She is currently raising funds for a film about “a sleepover, a séance, and the singular aesthetic capabilities of 16mm film.”

Brain Frame involves a lot of projection, perhaps because facilitator Lyra Hill is a projectionist. Here’s her contribution to the excellent blog Projectionists Draw Projectors, from the Northwest Chicago Film Society.

Lyra Hill practicing costume stilts for her collaborative reading with Night Terror at BRAIN FRAME 13 this Sunday.

Lyra Hill practicing costume stilts for her collaborative reading with Night Terror at BRAIN FRAME 13 this Sunday.

Here’s a clip from the 18-minute composition by Night Terror created in tandem with Lyra Hill's slow-pan cinematic journey through a psychedelic nightmare house. The duo will present Dream Home (working title) for the first time at BRAIN FRAME 13. Somebody will undoubtedly scream.

CAKE was incredible. Hello, new friends from across the globe; hopefully we will be visiting soon! Here’s a photo of Lyra Hill and Lale Westvind, table-mates, who are currently working on the Brain Frame 13 (2nd Anniversary) poster. The poster will feature two strong women engaged in battle, for obvious reasons.
Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts. Thanks Scott!

CAKE was incredible. Hello, new friends from across the globe; hopefully we will be visiting soon! Here’s a photo of Lyra Hill and Lale Westvind, table-mates, who are currently working on the Brain Frame 13 (2nd Anniversary) poster. The poster will feature two strong women engaged in battle, for obvious reasons.

Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts. Thanks Scott!

The Brain Frame store has been updated! Poster collaborations with Aaron Renier (Brain Frame 11) and Clay Hickson (Brain Frame 12) are now available online, as well as a lot of other stuff by Lyra Hill, the woman behind Brain Frame, who is writing this right now in the third person. This is a print of Mr. Square at the Pit of Despair, modeled by exclusive hand model Emma Rand.

The Brain Frame store has been updated! Poster collaborations with Aaron Renier (Brain Frame 11) and Clay Hickson (Brain Frame 12) are now available online, as well as a lot of other stuff by Lyra Hill, the woman behind Brain Frame, who is writing this right now in the third person. This is a print of Mr. Square at the Pit of Despair, modeled by exclusive hand model Emma Rand.

CAKE FRAME, a hybrid fundraiser event for the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo (CAKE) organized by the performative comix reading series BRAIN FRAME, was a lot of fun and a great success. In between comix performances from Andy BurkholderAlyssa HerlocherJeremy Pettis and Paul Nudd, our host Lyra Hill auctioned off dozens of original artworks by Chicago cartoonists. Emma Rand, Brain Frame’s astronomically talented intern, played Vanna White while musicians Stephen Ptácek and Alex Inglizian improvised accompaniment, on April 12th, 2013.

Video thanks to Burton Bilharz.

CAKE FRAME, the Brain Frame/CAKE benefit show, was an enormous success. We raised over $2,500 towards chairs, tables, honorariums, and printed matter for the 2013 Chicago Alternative Comics Expo!

In between comix performances from Andy Burkholder, Alyssa Herlocher, Jeremy Pettis and Paul Nudd, our host Lyra Hill auctioned off dozens of original artworks by Chicago cartoonists. Emma Rand, Brain Frame’s astronomically talented intern, played Vanna White while musicians Stephen Ptácek and Alex Inglizian improvised accompaniment.

Photos thanks to Gillian Fry.

Initiated by intrepid cartoonist Alex Nall, who is nearing a full year of daily diary strips (an enviable feat), this jam comic passed through the hands of twelve different artists during the recent CAKE/Brain Frame benefit event CAKE FRAME. The last panels were completed in a dark bar by drunk celebrants. Consider this a document of historic import.
Artists, in order by panel: Alex Nall; Ben Bertin; Neil Brideau; Edie Fake; Aaron Renier; Alyssa Herlocher; Kevin Budnik; David Alvarado; Harry Hillman; Grant Reynolds; Jeremy Onsmith; Lyra Hill.
Photos and videos of CAKE FRAME coming soon!

Initiated by intrepid cartoonist Alex Nall, who is nearing a full year of daily diary strips (an enviable feat), this jam comic passed through the hands of twelve different artists during the recent CAKE/Brain Frame benefit event CAKE FRAME. The last panels were completed in a dark bar by drunk celebrants. Consider this a document of historic import.

Artists, in order by panel: Alex Nall; Ben Bertin; Neil Brideau; Edie Fake; Aaron Renier; Alyssa Herlocher; Kevin Budnik; David Alvarado; Harry Hillman; Grant Reynolds; Jeremy Onsmith; Lyra Hill.

Photos and videos of CAKE FRAME coming soon!

This Sunday at BROOKLYN BRAIN FRAME, our founder, organizer, and emcee Lyra Hill will perform her psychosexual crystal hallucination story Go Down, first published in Chromazoid #1. This reading is not recommended for people who dislike oral sex or flashing lights.