Kill Your Timid Notion festival: full film listings

From: Barry Esson (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Sep 26 2008 - 03:56:42 PDT

Hi All:

Further to my email the other day, please see below for the full film
listings for our festival Kill Your Timid Notion, in Dundee Scotland in a
couple of weeks time.

Hope to see some of you there

best: Barry

Barry Esson
t: +44 (0)7970 682 865

Kill Your Timid Notion
A step across the border between sound and image
A festival of experiment sound-film/ music-image
Dundee Contemporary Arts
10-12 Oct 08


Your eyes see what, like 10 or 15 images a second; thatıs 10Hz. Your ears
can hear 15,000 Hz. Surely there must be something interesting in this

Now in itıs 6th edition, KYTN is one of Europeıs leading festivals of sound
and image. Itıs all about exploring the many different ways we navigate the
borders, disparities and similarities between what we hear and what we see.
It involves some of the great experimental artists, musicians and filmmakers
of our time, and some of the not too distant future also. It features some
hard as nails experimental work, but itıs an experience any right minded
person should enjoy, be confounded by, have an opinion about at least.
features: sine wave charcoal drawing, blindfolded listening, visual
harmonics, optical sound, video-radio-guitar feedback, the Tay bridge, a
sonic photograph of a Dalmatian fishing village, tiny rice paper flags, set

Whatıs not to love?

Experimental film/ sound performances:
Francisco Lopez
Keith Rowe, Kjell Bjorgeengen & Philipp Wachsmann
Benedict Drew & Sachiko M
Malcolm Le Grice & Keith Rowe
Luke Fowler & Lee Patterson
Guy Sherwin
LıAnticoncept (Gil Wolman)
Raha Raissnia & Charles Curtis
Declarative Mode (Paul Sharits)
Aileen Campbell
Seth Cluett

Felix Hess: itıs in the air
Paul Sharits: Epileptic Seizure Comparison

Film Programmes:
Bleu Shut:
Saturday, 13:30, Cinema 1
Bleu Shut: Robert Nelson, 1970, USA
Saturday, 14:15, Cinema 1
Dripping Water: Joyce Wieland, 1969, Canada
Fill: David Askevold, 1970, USA
Bags: Benedict Drew, 2007, UK
Micro 1: Takehisa Kosugi, Japan
Rubber Band: David Askevold, 1971, USA
Balloons, Benedict Drew, 2008, UK
My Wretched Heart is Still Aglow: Juneau Projects, 2004, UK
Corne de Brume: Körner Union, 2007, Switzerland
Zorn's Lemma
Saturday, 15:30, Cinema 1
Zornıs Lemma: Hollis Frampton, 1970, USA
Saturday, 17:00, Cinema 1
P (60 seconds): Christof Migone, 2006, Canada
Twenty Five Sam Woodyards: Graham Dolphin, 2007, UK
Surround (360 objects): Christof Migone, 2006, Canada
A-B-C-D-E-F=1-36: Ryszard Wasko, 1974, Poland
(nostalgia): Hollis Frampton, 1971, USA
Mosaik Mécanique: Norbert Pfaffenbichler, 2007, Austria
Saturday, 19:00, Gallery 2
L'Anticoncept: Gil Wolman, 1952, France
The Last Clean Shirt
Sunday, 13:30, Cinema 1
The Last Clean Shirt: Alfred Leslie & Frank OıHara, 1964, USA
Sonic Landscapes
Sunday, 14:30, Cinema 1
21/87: Arthur Lipsett, 1963, Canada
Presque rien ou Le lever du jour au bord de la mer: Luc Ferrari
1967-70, France
15/67 TV: Kurt Kren, 1967, Austria
Weekend: Walter Ruttman, 1930, Germany
Dimanche: Edmond Bernhard, 1963, Belgium
Sunday, 16:15 Cinema 1
Light Lick: Get it While you Can: Saul Levine, 2003, USA
Lenseless: John Du Cane, 1971, UK
Sympathetic Magic (stone): John Butcher, 2006, UK
Available Light: Yellow ­ Red: Luis Recoder, 1999, USA
Unstable Contact: Toshiya Tsunoda, 2004, Japan
Tails: Paul Sharits, 1976, USA
Declarative Mode
Sunday, 19:00, Gallery 2
Declarative Mode: Paul Sharits, USA

Talks, workshops, etc and so on...

tickets: £10/ day, £25 for everything
Buy them at: // +44 (0) 1382 909 900

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