Posts tagged: video

Olivia Fox, with sonic assistance from Joe Jakubowski, destroyed both the semblance of rehearsed narrative and the digitally printed ceramic slab representing her experimental gif comic series, naught at Brooklyn Brain Frame on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Harrison Stewart quietly blew up a few balloons and tossed some spare lengths of pink streamer around the stage before sitting and playing a melancholy R&B track to his animation about a middle school dance, Heaven Is A Place On Earth at Brooklyn Brain Frame 2 on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Lisa Wilde, with musical interludes by former students and accomplished rappers Infinite Cuba and Matthew Shields, read true stories about life as a teacher at a second-chance high school from her serial zine, Yo, Miss at Brooklyn Brain Frame 2 on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Tom Toye dashed off nine screen printed patches, dressed in a mess of a woman costume, before Lale Westvind, cloaked in a hand costume, burst through an aluminum mirror in a cloud of smoke to serve as demon mount to Tom’s triumphant sorceress at Brooklyn Brain Frame 2 on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Matthew Thurber, with fellow thespians Austin English and Leah Wishnia, executed the ambitious Undead Toucan: A Pantomime with a surplus of oversized props and slapstick at Brooklyn Brain Frame 2 on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Elvis Bakaitis and her dynamic assistant Sarah Mae Allard hosted a game show of sorts, quizzing the audience with questions based on Elvis’ informational zine Homos in Herstory and awarding winners with festive tchotchkes at Brooklyn Brain Frame 2 on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Sakura Maku, with help from Duane Bruton, Danny Campbell, Lily Galib, Lyra Hill, David Hollingsworth, Wilfredo Ortega, and Don Paris Schlotman, screened an interpretation of her anime fantasy comic Foot Anime Book: The Purse of the Raisin-God 2 before painting the giant toes of a singing man in a foot costume at Brooklyn Brain Frame 2 on April 25th.

Video thanks to Michael Guaridola [camera] and Lillie West [editing].

Emma Rand, accompanied by Tyson Torstensen on the Hammond organ and vocal performances by Carter Lodwick, Isabella Rotman, Clare Smyth, Paul Walker, and Brad Rohloff in a muscle suit, secretly enlisted a dozen audience volunteers to run to center stage, smash sacks of fake blood on their bodies, die dramatically and fall into a writhing mass of limbs at random points in the performance of Emma’s science fiction romance comic, Swept Into Love at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

Video thanks to Jack Wensel [editing, camera], Cooper Collier [camera], and Cody Wallace [camera].

Edie Fake, his pet chihuahua Pee Wee strapped firmly to his chest, regaled his audience with the cautionary tale of a trip to the mystical flea market and the discovery of a sickly-sweet world-takeover plot by the extraterrestrial Sugarians at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

Video thanks to Jack Wensel [editing, camera], Cooper Collier [camera], and Cody Wallace [camera].

Owen Ashworth debuted a clever, rudimentary animation to accompany his bittersweet ballad of feline escapism Our Cat at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

Video thanks to Jack Wensel [editing, camera], Cooper Collier [camera], and Cody Wallace [camera].