Re: The Lightweight Loop-Friendly European Projector.

From: Lisa Oppenheim (email suppressed)
Date: Fri May 04 2007 - 14:33:37 PDT

Hey Ben-
Try renting from Ruud and Roos Molleman in Amsterdam. Ruud also makes
the best 16mm film loopers around.... They work great and are cheap and
very punk rock looking.
Lisa Opp

  Studio 2M contactperson Roos & Ruud Molleman Entrepotdok 57b 1018 AD
Amsterdam phone: +31 (0)20 6226353 fax:

On May 4, 2007, at 4:36 PM, ben russell wrote:

> Frameworkers,
> Greetings as always.  After a successful West Coast Tour (with my Eiki
> Super Slot-Load in tow - no problems with airplane security, though if
> the projector had been 1mm wider it would not have fit in the overhead
> bins), I'm headed off to Europe for a sort of ridiculous 7-week tour. 
> I'll be presenting the same program of post-psychedelic/noise films
> from Providence, RI, but this time drone musician Joseph Grimm
> ( will be riding with me to do a
> 25:00 set of collaborative live projection/sound magic involving film
> loops, prisms, light-sensitive circuits, and violin harmonics (?).    
> I'm in need of a cheapish, portable, medium throw, loop-friendly
> projector once I get to Rotterdam environs, and I was wondering what
> 16mm projectors the collective you would suggest.  I'll be using this
> for the non-loop part of the program as well...  Tips on models and
> places to get 'em (as far afield as Barcelona is fine) would be
> greatly appreciated.  Hokushins?  Or?
> Thanks in advance,
> Ben Russell
> PS Although the tour dates have yet to be posted, the program
> description is here:
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Lisa Oppenheim
56 Jane St. 3H, NYC, 10014

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.