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STOP MOTION at Interface Gallery


Stop/Motion at Interface GalleryOakland, CAJanuary 4th - January 26th Stop/Motion is a series of film and animation related experiences at Interface Gallery throughout the month of January. The program includes screenings, a workshop, and an installation by artists Sarah Klein, Lydia Greer and Ellen Lake. Meanwhile, throughout the month, Interface Gallery director, Suzanne L'Heureux, will be using the gallery to produce her own stop motion animation exploring what it means to stop and how to stay self connected while in motion.Opening Reception, Friday January 4th, 6-9 pm. Animation Workshop at Interface Gallery in Oakland, CA with Lydia Greer on Saturday, January 19th 2-4 pm. Screening: Splitting the Frame: A screening and roundtable artists' talk featuring contemporary animation and video by 5 Bay Area artists. Curated by Lydia Greer Saturday, January 26th, 7 pm, Farley Gwazda, Azin Seraj, Rose Khor, David Gregory Wallace and Lydia Greer

MAGIC LANTERN-video art at Children's Fairyland Amusement Park in Oakland, CA


Friday, October 12, 2012A special one-night event showcasing some of the Bay Area's most innovative video and projection artists, presenting site-specific artworks amongst Fairyland's fantastical architecture, sculptures, and amusement rides.  Curated by Mary Anne KluthArtists:Susan Chen- beautiful, painterly nature animationsFictilis- a participatory, projected thumb wrestling tournamentEmily Alden Foster- Dreamboat, a video dream-recreation featuring Owl PeopleErica Gangsei- stop-motion animation adventures using found and recycled materialsLydia Greer- an animated answer to the question "what happens at Fairyland after dark?"Daniel Healey and Michael Deane- expressionist animations using vintage televisionsRanu Mukherjee- vivid digital animations reflecting on technology and displacementJeff Ray- an abstracted video tour of OaklandDarren Russel- deciBall, a sound and color based video gameEric Stewart- a surrealist video mis-matching animals and the sounds they makeJayne Vidheecharoen- Caturn's Space Aerobics, an animated planetary cat leads the audience in glowing hoola-hoop activitiesBryan Von Reuter- immersive multi-media installationsMaggie Wong and Seth Neill- Eye Beam, combining sculpture and bright geometric animations
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