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Regional Support Network presents: BOARD and BREAD
Moving Image Works from London and Thereabouts

Thursday April 23, 2015 / 7-9 PM / 5$ or PWYC

The PlayGround / 207 King Street / London ON

LOMAA is pleased to host Regional Support Network (Clint Enns and Leslie Supnet) as the ninth participant in its Visiting Artist Program. During their stay Enns and Supnet will discuss their screening series, which aims to support regional artistic communities. Additionally, RSN will present a program of works originally commissioned in early 2015 and screened at Videofag in Toronto. The program features moving image works from current and past London residents. Some of the artists will be in attendance.

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RSN is a nomadic screening series started in Toronto, Ontario out of a desire to show experimental moving images from other cities unmediated by a Toronto curatorial lens. Explicitly, the work is not curated by RSN as we invite curators from other areas to present work from their community. The only condition is that the curator must be an active member of their community and that they must present their own work in the program. Through RSN we are attempting to challenge a culture of moving image curation in Toronto, a place that we feel is in need of a paradigm shift away from old routines. The oppressive conservatism we struggle with politically in our day to day lives, we see in our community of experimental moving images and must be challenged with at least another voice to speak alongside the dominant ways of working. In addition, we are hoping to challenge Toronto moving-image aesthetics by allowing work to show that may offend our sensibilities, both in terms of content and form. What we desire is evolution.

http://regionalsupportnetwork.tumblr.com/

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BOARD and BREAD features works by:

Katie Micak. Weatherman. 2005. 0:55. Digital Video.
Amy Lockhart. DIZZLER IN MASKHERAID!. 2010. 2:17. HD Digital Animation.
Matt Rossoni. TSRF. 2013. 1:54. 16mm Film. Silent.
Josh Romphf. Process Control 2: High Magenta. 2015. 4:10. HD Digital Video. Silent.
Conan Masterson. Hootenanny. 2012. 1:15. Digital Video.
Jeremy Drummond. White Christmas. 1998. 1:29. Digital Video.
Wyn Geleynse. Cheboygan. 2005. 7:44. Digital Video.
Charlie Egleston. Watershed. 2014. 9:00. 16mm Film.
Christine Negus. our home. 2013. 3:08. Digital Video.
Christine Negus. FROZEN GIANTS. 2013. 2:49. HD Digital Video.
David Poolman and Kathryn Mockler. The Reluctant Narrator. 2007. 10:58. Digital Video.
Sebastian Di Trolio. Untitled. 2013. 3:38. Super 8 Film. Silent.
Taylor Doyle. Bits. 2012. 1:36. Digital Video.
Keewatin Dewdney. The Maltese Cross Movement. 1967. 8:00. 16mm Film.

Programmed by Charlie Egleston, Sebastian Di Trolio and Christine Negus.

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Clint Enns is a video artist and filmmaker living in Toronto, Ontario. His work primarily deals with moving images created with broken and/or outdated technologies. His work has shown both nationally and internationally at festivals, alternative spaces and mircocinemas.
He has a Master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Manitoba, and has recently received a Master’s degree in cinema and media from York University where he is currently pursuing a PhD. His writings and interviews have appeared in Millennium Film Journal, Incite! Journal of Experimental Media and Spectacular Optical.

http://clintenns.tumblr.com/

Leslie Supnet is a Toronto-based moving image artist, originally from Winnipeg, MB. Supnet utilizes animation, found images + sound, lo-fi and experimental practices to create documents of her personal vision. She is currently pursuing her MFA at York University, and teaches animation workshops with various artist-run centres.

Her work has screened at microcinemas, galleries and film festivals such as Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Images Festival, Antimatter, Melbourne International Animation Festival and various others.

http://lesliesupnet.com/

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LOMAA’s Visiting Artist Program is made possible through generous funding from The Canada Council for the Arts.

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