From: Yoel Meranda (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 17 2010 - 10:36:31 PDT
Thank you very much Fred and JB!
I just would like to make two corrections:
Eytan's last name is Ipeker, not Apeker. Also, unfortunately, he does
not upload his videos on Vimeo yet. I've been trying to convince him
that he really should post at least some of them.
On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 8:00 PM, J. Mabe <email suppressed> wrote:
> Yes! The most fascinating thing for me to watch this year at Onion City will definitely be this serendipitous connection between these four video artists from Istanbul and Chicago. There's some really amazing work coming from these four.
> -JB MABE
> --- On Thu, 6/17/10, Fred Camper <email suppressed> wrote:
>> From: Fred Camper <email suppressed>
>> Subject: [Frameworks] Lesser-knowns, using video for its unique qualities
>> To: "Experimental Film Discussion List" <email suppressed>
>> Date: Thursday, June 17, 2010, 12:43 PM
>> In the discussion of that Film
>> Comment list of new makers, I had
>> posted that there are some excellent videomakers not on the
>> lists, and
>> that I would mention them in an upcoming piece on the Onion
>> festival in Chicago.
>> The piece is now published, and can be found online
>> As you'll see, I only had space for a sentence or two on
>> each work.
>> Five I mention who are in particular using video for its
>> qualities and possibilities, rather than as a substitute
>> for film, are
>> Gregg Biermann (New Jersey), Kyle Canterbury (Chicago),
>> Yoel Meranda
>> (Istanbul), Eytan Apeker (Istanbul), and Jake Barningham
>> The last four mostly know each others' work, and several
>> are good
>> friends of each other.
>> The last three have posted many of their works at http://vimeo.com/
>> Fred Camper
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