The Works of Michael Joaquin Grey

Institute History

  • 2010 Sundance Film Festival

Description

Michael Joaquin Grey's work exists at the boundaries among art, science, and media and emulate dynamic living systems. His projects contemplate the origins of life, language, and physical form. The films connect relationships of development and growth, using body signals, sound, and appropriated media. Beautiful, elegant, and fascinating to watch, Grey's computational films and film objects are unrecorded emergent and dynamic cinematic systems.

Works include Between Two Milkbars, Perpetual ZOOZ (Madonna and Child), Reentry, Rereentry, Sam Slime Stress Cycle, The So What Moon Calendar (Special Director's Commentary)

Daily Program Schedule:
Jan 21—all 6 films
Jan 22—Perpetual ZOOZ (Madonna and Child), The So What Moon Calendar (Special Director's Commentary)
Jan 24—Reentry, Rereentry
Jan 25—Sam Slime Stress Cycle, Between Two Milkbars
Jan 26—Perpetual ZOOZ (Madonna and Child), The So What Moon Calendar (Special Director's Commentary)
Jan 27—Reentry, Rereentry
Jan 28—Sam Slime Stress Cycle, Between Two Milkbars
Jan 29—Perpetual ZOOZ (Madonna and Child), The So What Moon Calendar (Special Director's Commentary)
Jan 30—all 6 films

Screening Details

  • Section: New Frontier Artist
  • Film Type: Artist
  • Country: U.S.A.

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