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Other Cinema: The End Of Analog

By Mike Everleth ⋅ May 21, 2009

Audience watching a sci-fi movie in the ATA Gallery

May 23
8:30 p.m.
ATA Gallery
San Francisco, CA

Hosted by: Other Cinema

The headliners for this exorcism of the ghosts living in the machines is Killer Banshee, an East Bay A/V art collective who will present a live performance of A Wake for Analog, which respectfully honors the now dead broadcasting medium with two video screens and a stereo field blasting out snippets from the vanished airwaves.

Plus, David Cox will present a visual history of video games; several examples of Machinima — animated films created from video games — will screen; Carl Diehl will premiere his Patrolling the Ether; Caspar Stracke’s Zuse Strip will screen; and Cyrus Tabar will present his Tunnel Vision installation. And more!

Visit the Other Cinema website for more info.