LOMAA & The McIntosh Gallery present
Frenkel Defects: Edition I
Frenkel Defects is an intermittent, mobile film program focusing on film works from among artist run film labs and film collectives.
This particular edition is incorporated of 16mm works from the Process Reversal Collective as well as select films from L’Abominable (Paris, FR), Double Negative Collective (Montreal, PQ), Cherry Kino (Leeds, UK) and The Handmade Film Institute (Boulder, CO)
Filmmakers include Andrew Busti, Sarah Biagini, Nicolas Rey, Kevin Rice, Taylor Dunne, Robert Schaller, Martha Jurksaitis and Philippe Leonard.
Curated by Kevin Rice, who will be in town to introduce the films.
Kevin Rice is a ‘film archivist’ whose practice focuses on the study of photochemical theories, the development of lab resources for filmmakers, and the documentation of various darkroom odysseys on motion picture film. He has worked with several artist-run film labs including no.w.here (London, UK), L’Abominable (Paris), Klubvizija (Zagreb) and LaborBerlin (Berlin). In 2012, he helped found Process Reversal, a film collective dedicated to producing resources for filmmakers and film labs.
His most recent work includes the engineering of a black and white reversal process based on the properties of seawater for an adaptation of Homer’s Epic Cycle.
Admission is by donation.
if anyone is able to billet Kevin for a night or two, that would be greatly appreciated; any expenses will be reimbursed.