Video

Projections (compilation)

JC

2016, 120:00 minutes, colour, English

TAPECODE 770.13

"A compelling artistic collaboration...a synergistic hybrid of interactive film and live musical performance." - David DeRocco, GoBe Weekly

This compilation includes documents of two major music-film collaborations by Jonathan Culp - the 2009 8 Fest presentation “Red Shift” (in collaboration with Picastro), and “A New Place To Dwell,” a multiscreen, interactive loop performance with Toronto band Several Futures. The program is rounded out with a baker’s dozen of creative and unpredictable rock videos, many showcasing Culp's signature collage technique.

Red Shift
33 minutes. Performed January 31, 2009
Single channel super 8 collage by Jonathan Culp. Music by Picastro.

A New Place To Dwell
53 minutes. Performed December 17, 2015
Multi channel super 8 loops by Jonathan Culp. Music by Several Futures.

Music videos:
Broken Puppy - “Curly Fries” (2016)
Broken Puppy - “Staring at a Flower” (2015)
Kids on TV - “Poison” (2013)
Loogan Bin - “Down With Fun” (1997)
Loogan Bin - “Hiding Time” (1998)
Loogan Bin - “Knife Machine (2000)
Loogan Bin - “Maybe Not” (1997)
Loogan Bin - “One Word” (1998)
Siue Moffat - “P-Grrrl” (2001)
Several Futures - “Cul de Sac” (2016)
Tomboyfriend - “Hot Divorcee” (2011)

Non-DVD bonus videos (digital download only):
Broken Puppy - “Hit Me Back” (2017)
The Holy Gasp - “Beat Wave” (2017)

Live material technically enhanced for DVD.

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