Posts tagged: video

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].

Gregory Jacobsen mounted a dias to perform a completely inappropriate, hilariously grotesque, and disarmingly romantic first-person monologue from the perspective of a wronged lover at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

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

Nicole Ginelli, with a vase of tulips, grooved to an atmospheric track by Brandon Boom, looping and distorting her voice in rhythm to her hypnotic, glacial screen-saver inspired fantasy animation After Dark at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

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

Isabella Rotman, backed by wave tracks by Harley Gingras and with assistance from Emma Rand, sang Tom Waits’ All The World Is Green to original illustrations and soft, submergent light at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

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

Matt Davis wanted his audience to get inside the head his character Eg: Sausage Delivery Man, so he distributed red pipe cleaner glasses and led everyone in a mimetic interpretation of Eg’s thoughts and actions at Brain Frame Lit 2 on April 2nd, 2014.

Video thanks to Burton Bilharz.

Chris Collins and Nick Williams ‘discovered’ a computer game they co-produced in the mid-90’s:Chaos Control and Inspection: Routine House Call, a two person player wherein users battle supernatural disturbances in the domestic realm, just in time to test it out at Brain Frame Lit 2 on April 2nd, 2014.

Video thanks to Burton Bilharz.

Matthew Wrobel raised acoustic chaos before rampaging through the audience, accompanied by co-readers Emily Liles, Lindsay Mallard, Alyx Ross, and Taylor Normington on drums, exclaiming a medley of statements regarding the cold shoulder of urban industrialism at Brain Frame LIt 2 on April 2nd, 2014.

Video thanks to Burton Bilharz.

Ruby Thorkelson demonstrated two sculptural, interactive extensions of her comics Draw Yourself Inside My Body and Mixing Spit, inviting audience members to draw blind contour self portraits in a box strapped to her body, and to spit food coloring onto a plaster slab through a plastic tube, at Brain Frame Lit 2 on April 2nd, 2014.

Video thanks to Burton Bilharz.

Beth Hetland and Kyle O’Connell, frequent comics collaborators, brought their process to the public in an experimental demonstration of what it means to eat pizza, drink soda, and argue about compositional flow at Brain Frame Lit 2 on April 2nd, 2014.

Video thanks to Burton Bilharz.