TONIGHT :: PFVAC 007: Acts and Actions

From: Kenneth White (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jun 07 2008 - 08:12:36 PDT

PFVAC 007: Acts and Actions screens tonight at Zero Station, 7:30 pm

Read about PFVAC in the Portland Phoenix:

007: Acts and Actions is a Maine Switch Pick of the Week:

thirteen works in video exploring moving image duration

Saturday, June 7th, 2008
Zero Station

222 Anderson Street, Portland, Maine
Reception with the curators: 7:30 pm
Screening: 8 pm

The Portland Film + Video Artists Collective presents 007: Acts and
Actions on Saturday, June 7, 2008, at Zero Station, 222 Anderson
Street, Portland, Maine. Reception with the curators begins at 7:30
pm. Screening begins at 8 pm. Running time is approximately 55
minutes, with an intermission. Refreshments will be available. A $3
donation is appreciated.

007: Acts and Actions continues the Collective's mission to enrich
and advance understanding of our mediated environment. Each of the
selected works explores moving image duration with daring, skill, and
innovation. Through this presentation and the accompanying
illustrated catalogue, PFVAC seeks to generate dialogue on our
experience of images in time.

Thirteen diverse works were chosen from over seventy entries.
Selected artists include: Heather Elliott-Famularo and Murray McKay
(Toledo, Ohio), Kyra Garrigue (Troy, New York), Ginelle Hustrulid
(San Francisco), Peter HappelChristian (Youngstown, Ohio), A. Jacob
Galle (Bowdoinham, Maine), Adriane Little (Kalamazoo, Michigan),
Julie Perini (Portland, Oregon), Esther Maria Probst (Syracuse, New
York), Zach Rockhill (Brooklyn, New York), Rick Salafia (Kutztown,
Pennsylvania), Peter Snowdon (Brussels, Belgium), and Ann Steuernagel
(Cambridge, Massachusetts).

007: Acts and Actions is the seventh project of the Portland Film +
Video Artists Collective. PFVAC formed in July 2006. It is committed
to the advancement of film and video as personal, experimental art
forms through regional and international programming. Celebration and
preservation of creative freedom is paramount in all actions. Members
include: Betsy Nelson, independent surface designer; Deborah Wing-
Sproul, interdisciplinary artist and Professor of Sculpture, Maine
College of Art; Ling-Wen Tsai, interdisciplinary artist and Professor
of Sculpture and New Media, Maine College of Art; Kenneth White, Art
History Ph. D. graduate student, Stanford University.

007: Acts and Actions is made possible by a grant from the Maine
Humanities Council, and the immense generosity of the Maine College
of Art, Portland Color, and Zero Station.

For more information, please contact: Kenneth White, PFVAC Director,
at 207.233.4674 or (address suppressed) Print-ready images are
available upon request. Visit PFVAC online: < >.

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