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EXPANDED CINEMA: Bradley Eros, Kenny Zoran Curwood & Rachael Guma // DOUBLE TROUBLE (Andrew Lampert + Fern Silva)

  • Location:
    Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11217, US

An evening of expanded cinema featuring "Narcolepsy Cinema” by Bradley Eros, Kenny Zoran Curwood & Rachael Guma, and DOUBLE TROUBLE - a duo featuring troublemakers Andrew Lampert and Fern Silva.


Bradley Eros is an artist working in myriad media: experimental film & video, collage, photography, performance, sound, text, contracted and expanded cinema & installation. Also a maverick curator, composer, designer & investigator. Concepts include: ephemeral cinema, mediamystics, subterranean science, erotic psyche, cinema povera, poetic accidents and musique plastique. Eros has exhibited at Whitney Biennial & The American Century, MoMA, Performa09, The New York, London & Rotterdam Film Festivals, The Kitchen, Microscope Gallery; Worked for many years with the New York Filmmakers’ Cooperative, Anthology Film Archives & co-directed the Roberta Beck Mercurial Cinema.

Rachael Guma is a filmmaker and sound artist currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Through her experiments with Super 8 film and analog sound, Rachael strives to create an engaging live viewing experience that embraces the idiosyncratic qualities of technology, while maintaining a hand-crafted approach to her output. Since graduating from the San Francisco Art Institute, her films have screened at the San Francisco Cinematheque, RX Gallery, Mono No Aware, Northern Flickers, Microscope Gallery, Union Docs and AXWFF 2011 where she was asked to take part in a lively panel discussion on women filmmakers. As a member of Optipus Film Collective, she has performed live foley sound at the Kitchen, Participant Gallery, Dense Mesh IV, and the 2011 Index Festival.

Kenneth Zoran Curwood (b. 1971 NYC) is a Brooklyn based artist working in film, animation and sculpture. He received a BA (concentration in Sculpture) from School of Visual Arts in 1995. His 16mm films combine traditional animation practices (cel, rotoscope, stop-motion) with many bygone special effects techniques (slit-scan, optical printing, tinting, toning). He has exhibited his work at Anthology Film Archives, Canada, Union Docs, Monkeytown, Secret Project Robot, Vaudeville Park, CREAM Gallery, and Heliopolis. He has taught workshops at Columbia University and Camera Club New York.

DOUBLE TROUBLE is the expanded cinema projector performance duo of filmmakers Andrew Lampert and Fern Silva. Each performance unveils a new double projection piece focused on something they came up with at the very last minute. If you are the police or the district attorney, Andrew Lampert and Fern Silva kindly request that you not attend this show. Their piece features footage that should have never been filmed and which might lead to significant legal trouble. That said, it should be pretty fun.