Robbieland!!

Grand Detour along with BoomBap! is proud to play host to touring filmmaker Robbieland!

All fllms on 16mm, with special thanks to the NW Film Center for use of their projector:

Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Robbie began working in film specifically super-8mm producing animations and live action experiments. Since then, he has worked on a variety of projects from cinematographer at the Florida Lightning Research Facility to teaching college level photography and film production. Currently he resides in Atlanta, Georgia and continues to experiment with various film and sound methods for exhibition of installations, film screenings, performance and photography. Robbie’s work has been exhibited at Kunst Film Biennale in Cologne, Germany, Museum Do Chiado in Lisbon, Portugal, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition in Denver, Colorado, Scientifical Center Espace Mendès in Poitiers, France, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia in Atlanta and a variety of solo and group screenings and venues.

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Robbieland!!

Grand Detour along with BoomBap! is proud to play host to touring filmmaker Robbieland!

All fllms on 16mm, with special thanks to the NW Film Center for use of their projector:

Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Robbie began working in film specifically super-8mm producing animations and live action experiments. Since then, he has worked on a variety of projects from cinematographer at the Florida Lightning Research Facility to teaching college level photography and film production. Currently he resides in Atlanta, Georgia and continues to experiment with various film and sound methods for exhibition of installations, film screenings, performance and photography. Robbie’s work has been exhibited at Kunst Film Biennale in Cologne, Germany, Museum Do Chiado in Lisbon, Portugal, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition in Denver, Colorado, Scientifical Center Espace Mendès in Poitiers, France, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia in Atlanta and a variety of solo and group screenings and venues.

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Robbieland!!

Grand Detour along with BoomBap! is proud to play host to touring filmmaker Robbieland!

All fllms on 16mm, with special thanks to the NW Film Center for use of their projector

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Portland Stew – A Local Film Screening

Wed. Nov. 14th at 8pm

Come stew with us this Autumn as we gather to watch a bunch of films from local experimental filmmakers.  This is the first of this kind of event for Grand Detour at BoomBap!, but we hope it will continue forth, allowing more people to screen works with all of us together.

This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Hardacker, Swoon, Ben Popp…..but they may be others!!

Works will be on digital AND 16mm….

At BoomBap!  640 SE Stark   $4

 

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Portland Stew – A Local Film Screening

Wed. Nov. 14th at 8pm

Come stew with us this Autumn as we gather to watch a bunch of films from local experimental filmmakers.  This is the first of this kind of event for Grand Detour at BoomBap!, but we hope it will continue forth, allowing more people to screen works with all of us together.

This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Hardacker, Swoon, Ben Popp…..but they may be others!!

Works will be on digital AND 16mm….

At BoomBap!  640 SE Stark   $4

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Portland Stew – A Local Film Screening

Wed. Nov. 14th at 7pm

Come stew with us this Autumn as we gather to watch a bunch of films from local experimental filmmakers and eat food! Yes this is a potluck!  So bring some food or beverage or come to enjoy some food and drink and watch movies!  This is the first of this kind of event for Grand Detour at BoomBap!, but we hope it will continue forth, allowing more people to screen works with all of us together.

This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Hardacker, Swoon, Ben Popp…..but they may be others!!

Works will be on digital AND 16mm….

At BoomBap!  640 SE Stark   $4

 

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Come stew with us this Autumn as we gather to watch a bunch of films from local experimental filmmakers.  This is the first of this kind of event for Grand Detour at BoomBap!, but we hope it will continue forth, allowing more people to screen works with all of us together.

This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Hardacker, Swoon, Ben Popp…..but they may be others!!

Works will be on digital AND 16mm….

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Portland Stew – A Local Film Screening

Come stew with us this Autumn as we gather to watch a bunch of films from local experimental filmmakers.  This is the first of this kind of event for Grand Detour at BoomBap!, but we hope it will continue forth, allowing more people to screen works with all of us together.

This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Hardacker, Swoon, Ben Popp…..but they may be others!!

Works will be on digital AND 16mm….

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Come stew with us this Autumn as we gather to watch a bunch of films from local experimental filmmakers.  This is the first of this kind of event for Grand Detour at BoomBap!, but we hope it will continue forth, allowing more people to screen works with all of us together.

This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Hardacker, Swoon, Ben Popp…..but they may be others!!

Works will be on digital AND 16mm….

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This night’s event so far will be featuring works by:

Nora Robertson, Bob Moricz, Taylor Nietzke, Dave Higel, Lindsay Waite, Karl Lind, Jennifer Harck

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Local Love with Kurtis Hough! 11/7, 8pm.

640 SE Stark

Admission: Sliding Scale $3-6, (we pay Kurtis, and we also pay rent to host screenings)

 

 

PLEASE join us for a survey of Kurtis Hough’s impressive oeuvre-so-far, this coming Wednesday, 11/7, at 8pm. The evening will be a comprehensive look at eight years of experimenting in rhythm and image. From hauntingly beautiful animation to some of the most tragicomic 24 seconds you will ever see, this program is a rare chance to see the depth and breadth of Hough’s skillful and and iconoclastic practice.

Part 1:
Water From the Same Source
stumble then rise on some awkward morning
My Shelf

Part 2:
Peach, Plum, Pear
I Never Have Sighed
Shadows Grow Long
Storm

Part 3:
Warm Earth, Which I’ve Been Told
Cryosphere
Walking Through Mist I-II
how to lose $2400 in 24 seconds
Mossgrove / Bed of Moss

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Local Love with Kurtis Hough! 11/7, 8pm.

640 SE Stark

Admission: Sliding Scale $3-6, (we pay Kurtis, and we also pay rent to host screenings)

 

 

PLEASE join us for a survey of Kurtis Hough’s impressive oeuvre-so-far, this coming Wednesday, 11/7, at 8pm. The evening will be a comprehensive look at eight years of experimenting in rhythm and image. From hauntingly beautiful animation to some of the most tragicomic 24 seconds you will ever see, this program is a rare chance to see the depth and breadth of Hough’s skillful and and iconoclastic practice.

Part 1:
Water From the Same Source
stumble then rise on some awkward morning
My Shelf

Part 2:
Peach, Plum, Pear
I Never Have Sighed
Shadows Grow Long
Storm

Part 3:
Warm Earth, Which I’ve Been Told
Cryosphere
Walking Through Mist I-II
how to lose $2400 in 24 seconds
Mossgrove / Bed of Moss

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Local Love with Kurtis Hough! 11/7, 8pm.

640 SE Stark

Admission: Sliding Scale $3-6, (we pay Kurtis, and we also pay rent to host screenings)

 

 

PLEASE join us for a survey of Kurtis Hough’s impressive oeuvre-so-far, this coming Wednesday, 11/7, at 8pm. The evening will be a comprehensive look at eight years of experimenting in rhythm and image. From hauntingly beautiful animation to some of the most tragicomic 24 seconds you will ever see, this program is a rare chance to see the depth and breadth of Hough’s skillful and and iconoclastic practice.

Part 1:
Water From the Same Source
stumble then rise on some awkward morning
My Shelf

Part 2:
Peach, Plum, Pear
I Never Have Sighed
Shadows Grow Long
Storm

Part 3:
Warm Earth, Which I’ve Been Told
Cryosphere
Walking Through Mist I-II
how to lose $2400 in 24 seconds
Mossgrove / Bed of Moss

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Local Love with Kurtis Hough! 11/7, 8pm.

640 SE Stark

Admission: Sliding Scale $3-6, (we pay Kurtis, and we also pay rent to host screenings)

 

 

PLEASE join us for a survey of Kurtis Hough’s impressive oeuvre-so-far, this coming Wednesday, 11/7, at 8pm. The evening will be a comprehensive look at eight years of experimenting in rhythm and image. From hauntingly beautiful animation to some of the most tragicomic 24 seconds you will ever see, this program is a rare chance to see the depth and breadth of Hough’s skillful and and iconoclastic practice.

Part 1:
Water From the Same Source
stumble then rise on some awkward morning
My Shelf

Part 2:
Peach, Plum, Pear
I Never Have Sighed
Shadows Grow Long
Storm

Part 3:
Warm Earth, Which I’ve Been Told
Cryosphere
Walking Through Mist I-II
how to lose $2400 in 24 seconds
Mossgrove / Bed of Moss

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JUSTIN WARNER & WE ARE LIKE THE SPIDER IN THE HOUSE 10/25!

We are so thrilled to offer a great double-header of yummy Portland-tastic goodness next Thursday: Animation from Justin Warner and tunes by We are Like the Spider (OH MY GOD PLEASE LET THEM DO THAT ACE OF BASE COVER!)! So join us for an evening that promises to be: weird, cool, and totally worth the trip out. Like pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING, it’s the season for watchin and listenin and takin in! We hope to see you!

 

Thursday, October 25, 8pm

640 SE Stark

$3-6 (refreshments will be served! EVERYONE LOVES REFRESHMENTS)

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JUSTIN WARNER & WE ARE LIKE THE SPIDER IN THE HOUSE 10/25!

We are so thrilled to offer a great double-header of yummy Portland-tastic goodness next Thursday: Animation from Justin Warner and tunes by We are Like the Spider (OH MY GOD PLEASE LET THEM DO THAT ACE OF BASE COVER!)! So join us for an evening that promises to be: weird, cool, and totally worth the trip out. Like pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING, it’s the season for watchin and listenin and takin in! We hope to see you!

 

Thursday, October 25, 8pm

640 SE Stark

$3-6 (refreshments will be served! EVERYONE LOVES REFRESHMENTS)

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JUSTIN WARNER & WE ARE LIKE THE SPIDER IN THE HOUSE Y’ALL! 10/25

We are so thrilled to offer a great double-header of yummy Portland-tastic goodness next Thursday: Animation from Justin Warner and tunes by We are Like the Spider (OH MY GOD PLEASE LET THEM DO THAT ACE OF BASE COVER!)! So join us for an evening that promises to be: weird, cool, and totally worth the trip out. Like pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING, it’s the season for watchin and listenin and takin in! We hope to see you!

 

Thursday, October 25, 8pm

640 SE Stark

$3-6 (refreshments will be served! EVERYONE LOVES REFRESHMENTS)

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JUSTIN WARNER & WE ARE LIKE THE SPIDER IN THE HOUSE Y’ALL! 10/25

We are so thrilled to offer a great double-header of yummy Portland-tastic goodness next Thursday: Animation from Justin Warner and tunes by We are Like the Spider (OH MY GOD PLEASE LET THEM DO THAT ACE OF BASE COVER!)! So join us for an evening that promises to be: weird, cool, and totally worth the trip out. Like pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING, it’s the season for watchin and listenin and takin in! We hope to see you!

 

Thursday, October 25, 8pm

640 SE Stark

$3-6 (refreshments will be served! EVERYONE LOVES REFRESHMENTS)

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JUSTIN WARNER & WE ARE LIKE THE SPIDER IN THE HOUSE Y’ALL! 10/25

We are so thrilled to offer a great double-header of yummy Portland-tastic goodness next Thursday: Animation from Justin Warner and tunes by We are Like the Spider (OH MY GOD PLEASE LET THEM DO THAT ACE OF BASE COVER!)! So join us for an evening that promises to be: weird, cool, worth the trip out. Like pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING,

 

Thursday, October 25, 8pm

640 SE Stark

$3-6 (refreshments will be served! EVERYONE LOVES REFRESHMENTS)

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First Friday Madness!!!

Join us Oct. 5th for EFF Portland all-star Jeremy Rourke screening his animations with live musical accompaniment by Jeremy himself!  For a sneak peek check out his film Jazzy Birds!

Jeremy Rourke is a self taught animator and musician living in San Francisco.  He uses paper, paint, shadows, wood, old photographs, new photographs, flowers, tape, pens, pencils, leaves, and sticks to make his animations, which are set to his own music.  His work has been shown at film festivals around the country (including EFF Portland!) and he was named ‘best new animator/musician’ by SFWeekly.  During live performances, he tries really extra hard to magically enter the movie screen.  He is on this earth right now, with the sun shining on it, floating through space, right along with you. jeremyrourke.com

Jeremy will be joined in the back at BoomBap! with live shows by Jon Pfeffer, Like a Villain and Ryan Miller !!

This musical Madness is only $5!!!

AND AND AND!!!! Not only that, but in the front we have Chris Freeman, who recently had a screening with us and his wonderful films, screening three works, ONE NEW!!!!, on the monitors.  We’ll also have an installation by first time installation artist Dave Higel, a member of the Hand Painted Film Society who also performed at EFF!!, and FINALLY a looping installation of            Jamie Marie Waelchll !!    There may be even more!

Come check out this kick-ass show and have a beer!!  Yup!! We’ll be sling’n beer and wine!

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First Friday Madness!!!

Join us Oct. 5th for EFF Portland all-star Jeremy Rourke screening his animations with live musical accompaniment by Jeremy himself!  For a sneak peek check out his film Jazzy Birds!

Jeremy Rourke is a self taught animator and musician living in San Francisco.  He uses paper, paint, shadows, wood, old photographs, new photographs, flowers, tape, pens, pencils, leaves, and sticks to make his animations, which are set to his own music.  His work has been shown at film festivals around the country (including EFF Portland!) and he was named ‘best new animator/musician’ by SFWeekly.  During live performances, he tries really extra hard to magically enter the movie screen.  He is on this earth right now, with the sun shining on it, floating through space, right along with you. jeremyrourke.com

Jeremy will be joined in the back at BoomBap! with live shows by Jon Pfeffer, Like a Villain and Ryan Miller !!

This musical Madness is only $5!!!

AND AND AND!!!! Not only that, but in the front we have Chris Freeman, who recently had a screening with us and his wonderful films, screening three works, ONE NEW!!!!, on the monitors.  We’ll also have an installation by first time installation artist Dave Higel, a member of the Hand Painted Film Society who also performed at EFF!!, and FINALLY a looping installation of            Jamie Marie Waelchll !!    There may be even more!

Come check out this kick-ass show and have a beer!!  Yup!! We’ll be sling’n beer and wine!

640 SE Stark….8pm !!!  BoomBap! And Grand Detour!!

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First Friday Madness!!!

Join us Oct. 5th for EFF Portland all-star Jeremy Rourke screening his animations with live musical accompaniment by Jeremy himself!  For a sneak peek check out his film Jazzy Birds!

Jeremy Rourke is a self taught animator and musician living in San Francisco.  He uses paper, paint, shadows, wood, old photographs, new photographs, flowers, tape, pens, pencils, leaves, and sticks to make his animations, which are set to his own music.  His work has been shown at film festivals around the country (including EFF Portland!) and he was named ‘best new animator/musician’ by SFWeekly.  During live performances, he tries really extra hard to magically enter the movie screen.  He is on this earth right now, with the sun shining on it, floating through space, right along with you. jeremyrourke.com

Jeremy will be joined in the back at BoomBap! with live shows by Jon Pfeffer, Like a Villain and Ryan Miller !!

This musical Madness is only $5!!!

AND AND AND!!!! Not only that, but in the front we have Chris Freeman, who recently had a screening with us and his wonderful films, screening three works, ONE NEW!!!!, on the monitors.  We’ll also have an installation by first time installation artist Dave Higel, a member of the Hand Painted Film Society who also performed at EFF!!, and FINALLY a looping installation of            Jamie Marie Waelchll !!    There may be even more!

Come check out this kick-ass show and have a beer!!  Yup!! We’ll be sling’n beer and wine!

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First Friday Madness!!!

Join us Oct. 5th for EFF Portland all-star Jeremy Rourke screening his animations with live musical accompaniment by Jeremy himself!  For a sneak peek check out his film Jazzy Birds!

Jeremy Rourke is a self taught animator and musician living in San Francisco.  He uses paper, paint, shadows, wood, old photographs, new photographs, flowers, tape, pens, pencils, leaves, and sticks to make his animations, which are set to his own music.  His work has been shown at film festivals around the country (including EFF Portland!) and he was named ‘best new animator/musician’ by SFWeekly.  During live performances, he tries really extra hard to magically enter the movie screen.  He is on this earth right now, with the sun shining on it, floating through space, right along with you. jeremyrourke.com

Jeremy will be joined in the back at BoomBap! with live shows by Jon Pfeffer, Like a Villain and Ryan Miller !!

This musical Madness is only $5!!!

AND AND AND!!!! Not only that, but in the front we have Chris Freeman, who recently had a screening with us and his wonderful films, screening three works, ONE NEW!!!!, on the monitors.  We’ll also have an installation by first time installation artist Dave Higel, a member of the Hand Painted Film Society who also performed at EFF!!, and FINALLY a looping installation of            Jamie Marie Waelchll !!    There may be even more!

Come check out this kick-ass show and have a beer!!  Yup!! We’ll be sling’n beer and wine!

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First Friday Madness!!!

Join us Oct. 5th for EFF Portland all-star Jeremy Rourke screening his animations with live musical accompaniment by Jeremy himself!  For a sneak peek check out his film Jazzy Birds!

Jeremy Rourke is a self taught animator and musician living in San Francisco.  He uses paper, paint, shadows, wood, old photographs, new photographs, flowers, tape, pens, pencils, leaves, and sticks to make his animations, which are set to his own music.  His work has been shown at film festivals around the country (including EFF Portland!) and he was named ‘best new animator/musician’ by SFWeekly.  During live performances, he tries really extra hard to magically enter the movie screen.  He is on this earth right now, with the sun shining on it, floating through space, right along with you. jeremyrourke.com

Jeremy will be joined in the back at BoomBap! with live shows by Jon Pfeffer, Like a Villain and Ryan Miller !!

This musical Madness is only $5!!!

AND AND AND!!!! Not only that, but in the front we have Chris Freeman, who recently had a screening with us and his wonderful films, screening three works, ONE NEW!!!!, on the monitors.  We’ll also have an installation by first time installation artist Dave Higel, a member of the Hand Painted Film Society who also performed at EFF!!, and FINALLY a looping installation of            Jamie Marie Waelchll !!    There may be even more!

Come check out this kick-ass show and have a beer!!  Yup!! We’ll be sling’n beer and wine!

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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to come out of Detroit. And NOW he’s bringing a tour of recent work back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicum, is distributed by Video Data Bank.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to come out of Detroit. And NOW he’s bringing a tour of recent work back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicum, is distributed by Video Data Bank.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last two decades. And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland (heyooo!). His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank. No big deal.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to have come out of Detroit in the last . And NOW he’s bringing a live found footage video essay back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicumis distributed by Video Data Bank.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to come out of Detroit. And NOW he’s bringing a tour of recent work back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicum, is distributed by Video Data Bank.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to come out of Detroit. And NOW he’s bringing a tour of recent work back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicum, is distributed by Video Data Bank.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to come out of Detroit. And NOW he’s bringing a tour of recent work back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicum, is distributed by Video Data Bank.
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BRENT EFFING COUGHENOUR! 9/27, 8pm, 640 SE Stark

If you went to any EFFPortland, you might have noticed that Mr. Brent Coughenour was ALL UP IN IT. His installation In Search of Lost Time was at Place Gallery, and his excellent short film Work in Progress was in our “best of” program. Bottom line: THIS DUDE RULES. He may in fact be the best thing to come out of Detroit. And NOW he’s bringing a tour of recent work back to Portland, and you’re not going to want to miss it. JOIN US THIS THURSDAY, September 27, at 8pm, for a show that will rock your socks.
Brent Coughenour is a media artist originally from the Motor City, currently based in the Golden State. He has presented his work at a variety of festivals and venues throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Media City Film and Video Festival, Antimatter Film Festival, Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Ann Arbor Film Festival and the fledgling Experimental Film Festival Portland. His most recent piece, the three-part found-footage video essay Mysterium Cosmographicum, is distributed by Video Data Bank.
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Boys will be Boys: Chris Freeman and Joe Noreen Thursday, September 20, 8pm

We fell in love with Chris Freeman when he submitted Chris Freeman Presents: A scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 3×09, “The Vengeance Factor”  to EFFPortland, and the love just keeps on flowin! Join us as we celebrate his work this Thursday, September 20, at 8pm, in our new space at 640 SE Stark!

Chris Freeman, “Me Time”

Chris Freeman’s video work deals with ideas of masculinity and normalcy as a white, straight, American male.  Often taking the form of self-portraits, Freeman’s constructed situations seek to portray the contradictions in a social group that is so normal it is not defined as a group.  The result is often humorous and ironic, but multi-layered, as he uses his own far-from-perfect male body to show unspoken pressures of strength, vigilance, and competitiveness.  

We’re stoked that he’s going to screen with us this Thursday. We’re stoked that he’s going to be premiering “Dreams of War, Dreams of Lies, Dreams of Dragon’s Fire,” a metal mash-up music video investigating rock star heroes, a mythology of power, unrealized dreams, and how lame normal life is.

We’re also stoked that he’s bringin a friend! Joe Noreen is a photographer, musician, writer, video artist, sometimes film actor, and human, whose work aims to articulate and vindicate the magnificent albatross of incisive sensitivity and the beautiful nightmare that is perceptive consciousness.

Here’s to a night of fantastic media and rad bromance! Suggested donation $3-6 (hey, we pay rent at that space, y’all).


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Boys will be Boys: Chris Freeman and Joe Noreen Thursday, September 20, 8pm

We fell in love with Chris Freeman when he submitted Chris Freeman Presents: A scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 3×09, “The Vengeance Factor”  to EFFPortland, and the love just keeps on flowin! Join us as we celebrate his work this Thursday, September 20, at 8pm, in our new space at 640 SE Stark!

Chris Freeman, “Me Time”

Chris Freeman’s video work deals with ideas of masculinity and normalcy as a white, straight, American male.  Often taking the form of self-portraits, Freeman’s constructed situations seek to portray the contradictions in a social group that is so normal it is not defined as a group.  The result is often humorous and ironic, but multi-layered, as he uses his own far-from-perfect male body to show unspoken pressures of strength, vigilance, and competitiveness.  

We’re stoked that he’s going to screen with us this Thursday. We’re stoked that he’s going to be premiering “Dreams of War, Dreams of Lies, Dreams of Dragon’s Fire,” a metal mash-up music video investigating rock star heroes, a mythology of power, unrealized dreams, and how lame normal life is.

We’re also stoked that he’s bringin a friend! Joe Noreen is a photographer, musician, writer, video artist, sometimes film actor, and human, whose work aims to articulate and vindicate the magnificent albatross of incisive sensitivity and the beautiful nightmare that is perceptive consciousness.

Here’s to a night of fantastic media and rad bromance! Suggested donation $3-6 (hey, we pay rent at that space, y’all).


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Boys will be Boys: Chris Freeman and Joe Noreen Thursday, September 20, 8pm

We fell in love with Chris Freeman when he submitted Chris Freeman Presents: A scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 3×09, “The Vengeance Factor”  to EFFPortland, and the love just keeps on flowin! Join us as we celebrate his work this Thursday, September 20, at 8pm, in our new space at 640 SE Stark!

Chris Freeman, “Me Time”

Chris Freeman’s video work deals with ideas of masculinity and normalcy as a white, straight, American male.  Often taking the form of self-portraits, Freeman’s constructed situations seek to portray the contradictions in a social group that is so normal it is not defined as a group.  The result is often humorous and ironic, but multi-layered, as he uses his own far-from-perfect male body to show unspoken pressures of strength, vigilance, and competitiveness.  

We’re stoked that he’s going to screen with us this Thursday at our new space at 640 SE Stark. We’re stoked that he’s going to be premiering “Dreams of War, Dreams of Lies, Dreams of Dragon’s Fire,” a metal mash-up music video investigating rock star heroes, a mythology of power, unrealized dreams, and how lame normal life is.

We’re also stoked that he’s bringin a friend! Joe Noreen is a photographer, musician, writer, video artist, sometimes film actor, and human, whose work aims to articulate and vindicate the magnificent albatross of incisive sensitivity and the beautiful nightmare that is perceptive consciousness.

Here’s to a night of fantastic media and rad bromance! Suggested donation $3-6 (hey, we pay rent at that space, y’all).


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Boys will be Boys: Chris Freeman and Joe Noreen Thursday, September 20, 8pm

We fell in love with Chris Freeman when he submitted Chris Freeman Presents: A scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 3×09, “The Vengeance Factor”  to EFFPortland, and the love just keeps on flowin!

Chris Freeman, “Me Time”

Chris Freeman’s video work deals with ideas of masculinity and normalcy as a white, straight, American male.  Often taking the form of self-portraits, Freeman’s constructed situations seek to portray the contradictions in a social group that is so normal it is not defined as a group.  The result is often humorous and ironic, but multi-layered, as he uses his own far-from-perfect male body to show unspoken pressures of strength, vigilance, and competitiveness.  

We’re stoked that he’s going to screen with us this Thursday at our new space at 640 SE Stark. We’re stoked that he’s going to be premiering “Dreams of War, Dreams of Lies, Dreams of Dragon’s Fire,” a metal mash-up music video investigating rock star heroes, a mythology of power, unrealized dreams, and how lame normal life is.

We’re also stoked that he’s bringin a friend! Joe Noreen is a photographer, musician, writer, video artist, sometimes film actor, and human, whose work aims to articulate and vindicate the magnificent albatross of incisive sensitivity and the beautiful nightmare that is perceptive consciousness.

Here’s to a night of fantastic media and rad bromance! Suggested donation $3-6 (hey, we pay rent at that space, y’all).


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Boys will be Boys: Chris Freeman and Joe Noreen Thursday, September 20, 8pm

We fell in love with Chris Freeman when he submitted Chris Freeman Presents: A scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 3×09, “The Vengeance Factor”  to EFFPortland, and the love just keeps on flowin!

Chris Freeman, “Me Time”

Chris Freeman’s video work deals with ideas of masculinity and normalcy as a white, straight, American male.  Often taking the form of self-portraits, Freeman’s constructed situations seek to portray the contradictions in a social group that is so normal it is not defined as a group.  The result is often humorous and ironic, but multi-layered, as he uses his own far-from-perfect male body to show unspoken pressures of strength, vigilance, and competitiveness.  

We’re stoked that he’s going to screen with us this Thursday at our new space at 640 SE Stark. We’re stoked that he’s going to be premiering “Dreams of War, Dreams of Lies, Dreams of Dragon’s Fire,” a metal mash-up music video investigating rock star heroes, a mythology of power, unrealized dreams, and how lame normal life is.

We’re also stoked that he’s bringin a friend! Joe Noreen is a photographer, musician, writer, video artist, sometimes film actor, and human, whose work aims to articulate and vindicate the magnificent albatross of incisive sensitivity and the beautiful nightmare that is perceptive consciousness.

Here’s to a night of fantastic media and rad bromance! Suggested donation $3-6 (hey, we pay rent at that space, y’all).


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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993) 

PERFORMANCE

 
opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

PERFORMANCE

opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

PERFORMANCE

opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

Don’t miss this smorgasbord of sensory stimulation! Come out and see what we can do: TBDfest is just the tip of the iceberg! 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: Pacific Northwest-tastic electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

 

opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

 

opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. But as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

 

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

 

opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini:

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

 

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap! Bear with us, It’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more:

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys: electroacoustic folk rock

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

 

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

 

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness from the co-directors of Boom Bap!

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense from the co-directors of EFFPortland

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

Five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault

Swampy clicking of darkening rhythms by Jeffrey Von Ragan in accompaniment to his first film, Forbidden Fruit (1993)

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

Live Video Mashups, from Derek Larson

Caricaturanimation, by Ryan Bruce

and a collaboration between dancer/performer Grace Nowakoski and painter, writer, actor, musician, and translator Jeff Diteman

 

 

 

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault.

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault.

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault.

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of all the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

 

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault.

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of al the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have seriously, so much stuff.

Here’s what’s on tap. bear with us, it’s a lot. but as EFFPortland might have shown you, we think more is more :

MUSIC

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: lo-fi techno-cipher nonsense

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO STATION

five selections, new and vintage, from the Grand Detour vault.

 

PERFORMANCE

Opticnoodling, by Lena Munday: gentle performance. ambient, improvised, live audiovisuals that create a space for play.

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of al the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have something for everyone. Everyone!

Here’s what’s on tap:

MUSIC

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: channeling the techno-cipher of translated nonsense in glorious lo-fi

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

 

VIDEO

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. BUT we’re just getting our feet wet, and our best is yet to come, starting THIS WEEK!

JOIN US starting at 8pm on Thursday the 13th for TBDfest, a celebration of our vision and a showcase of al the crazyamazing things we have to offer. We’re just a few blocks down from the Works at Washington High School and we have something for everyone. Everyone!

Here’s what’s on tap:

MUSIC

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: channeling the techno-cipher of translated nonsense in glorious lo-fi

Doug Hanning: jazz piano improvenomena (not so much Thelonious Monk as Thelonious Wizard)

INSTALLATION

Backlit, by Rubina Martini

mermaid blues, by Hannah Piper Burns

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. And we’re just getting started!

 

MUSIC

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: freaky electrosoul radness

BASEMENT SNAKE: channeling the techno-cipher of translated nonsense in glorious lo-fi

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TBDfest!!! THURSDAY THE 13TH AT 640 SE STARK

If you stopped by on First Friday, you saw how Grand Detour’s collaboration with Boom Bap! has created a space brimming with multimedia and interactive phenomena. And we’re just getting started!

 

MUSIC

Memory Boys:

William Ingrid: Electrosoul Freakiness from one very rad du

BASEMENT SNAKE: channeling the techno-cipher of translated nonsense in glorious lo-fi

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This FRIDAY and Beyond (Exciting News for Grand Detour)!

THIS IS HUGE. 

We here at Grand Detour have made a bold stride into the future of experimental media in Portland, teaming up with our longtime allies Boom Bap! in the warehouse at 640 SE Stark! We are going to be bringing you all kinds of amazing, multiform events! This adventure in collaboration and cross-promotion will create a space for all kinds of projects and happenings in the months to come.

Our new venture is kicking off with a BANG this Friday, September 7, as we debut this collaborative effort with a showcase of live music and cray media! Join us for a pizza party with White Rainbow, Donnie Blossoms, and Free Weedand a gallery full of installation, projections, and general multimedia smorgasbord. It all goes down starting at 6pm!

We’ll be kicking it up a notch further on Thursday, September 13th, for an event we are lovingly referring to as TBDfest: live music, installation, improvised media, live animation, and more and more and more. Are we flagrantly flaunting our TBA adjacent-ness? Uh, yeah. The fun starts at 8pm. Come get blitzed on sight sound text and light!

There’s lots and lots more to come, so instead of overwhelming you with our amazing lineup, we’ll just give you a quick blast for now, with details to follow. And there will be more! Check it:

9/15: TP:AIN

9/20: Chris Freeman*

9/22: Hawke Jones, The Cookie Sound, Lunge, Good Intentions

9/26: Boyfrndz

9/27: Brent Coughenour*

10/5: Jonathan Pfeffer (Capillary Action)

10/6: Jeremy Rourke*

(* denotes an EFFPortland ALL STAR!!!)

So get pumped, and stay pumped, cause we are back with a vengeance and ready to rock your world with an experimental media extravaganza!

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This FRIDAY and Beyond (Exciting News for Grand Detour)!

THIS IS HUGE. 

We here at Grand Detour have mad a bold stride into the future of experimental media in Portland, teaming up with our longtime allies Boom Bap! in the warehouse at 640 SE Stark! We are going to be bringing you all kinds of amazing, multiform events! This adventure in collaboration and cross-promotion will create a space for all kinds of projects and happenings in the months to come.

Our new venture is kicking off with a BANG this Friday, September 7, as we debut this collaborative effort with a showcase of live music and cray media! Join us for a pizza party with White Rainbow, Donnie Blossoms, and Free Weedand a gallery full of installation, projections, and general multimedia smorgasbord. It all goes down starting at 6pm!

We’ll be kicking it up a notch further on Thursday, September 13th, for an event we are lovingly referring to as TBDfest: live music, installation, improvised media, live animation, and more and more and more. Are we flagrantly flaunting our TBA adjacent-ness? Uh, yeah. The fun starts at 8pm. Come get blitzed on sight sound text and light!

There’s lots and lots more to come, so instead of overwhelming you with our amazing lineup, we’ll just give you a quick blast for now, with details to follow. And there will be more! Check it:

9/15: TP:AIN

9/20: Chris Freeman*

9/22: Hawke Jones, The Cookie Sound, Lunge, Good Intentions

9/26: Boyfrndz

9/27: Brent Coughenour*

10/5: Jonathan Pfeffer (Capillary Action)

10/6: Jeremy Rourke*

(* denotes an EFFPortland ALL STAR!!!)

So get pumped, and stay pumped, cause we are back with a vengeance and ready to rock your world with an experimental media extravaganza!

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This FRIDAY and Beyond (Exciting News for Grand Detour)!

THIS IS HUGE. 

We here at Grand Detour have mad a bold stride into the future of experimental media in Portland, teaming up with our longtime allies Boom Bap! in the warehouse at 640 SE Stark! We are going to be bringing you all kinds of amazing, multiform events! This adventure in collaboration and cross-promotion will create a space for all kinds of projects and happenings in the months to come.

Our new venture is kicking off with a BANG this Friday, September 7, as we debut this collaborative effort with a showcase of live music and cray media! Join us for a pizza party with White Rainbow, Donnie Blossoms, and Free Weedand a gallery full of installation, projections, and general multimedia smorgasbord. It all goes down starting at 6pm!

We’ll be kicking it up a notch further on Thursday, September 13th, for an event we are lovingly referring to as TBDfest: live music, installation, improvised media, live animation, and more and more and more. Are we flagrantly flaunting our TBA adjacent-ness? Uh, yeah. The fun starts at 8pm. Come get blitzed on sight sound text and light!

There’s lots and lots more to come, so instead of overwhelming you with our amazing lineup, we’ll just give you a quick blast for now, with details to follow. And there will be more! Check it:

9/15: TP:AIN

9/20: Chris Freeman*

9/22: Hawke Jones, The Cookie Sound, Lunge, Good Intentions

9/26: Boyfrndz

9/27: Brent Coughenour*

10/5: Jonathan Pfeffer (Capillary Action)

10/6: Jeremy Rourke*

(* denotes an EFFPortland ALL STAR!!!)

So get pumped, and stay pumped, cause we are back with a vengeance and ready to rock your world with an experimental media extravaganza!

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This FRIDAY and Beyond (Exciting News for Grand Detour)!

THIS IS HUGE. 

We here at Grand Detour have mad a bold stride into the future of experimental media in Portland, teaming up with our longtime allies Boom Bap! in the warehouse at 640 SE Stark! We are going to be bringing you all kinds of amazing, multiform events! This adventure in collaboration and cross-promotion will create a space for all kinds of projects and happenings in the months to come.

Our new venture is kicking off with a BANG this Friday, September 7, as we debut this collaborative effort with a showcase of live music and cray media! Join us for a pizza party with White Rainbow, Donnie Blossoms, and Free Weedand a gallery full of installation, projections, and general multimedia smorgasbord. It all goes down starting at 6pm!

We’ll be kicking it up a notch further on Thursday, September 13th, for an event we are lovingly referring to as TBDfest: live music, installation, improvised media, live animation, and more and more and more. Are we flagrantly flaunting our TBA adjacent-ness? Uh, yeah. The fun starts at 8pm. Come get blitzed on sight sound text and light!

There’s lots and lots more to come, so instead of overwhelming you with our amazing lineup, we’ll just give you a quick blast for now, with details to follow. And there will be more! Check it:

9/15: TP:AIN

9/20: Chris Freeman*

9/22: Hawke Jones, The Cookie Sound, Lunge, Good Intentions

9/26: Boyfrndz

9/27: Brent Coughenour*

10/5: Jonathan Pfeffer (Capillary Action)

10/6: Jeremy Rourke*

(* denotes an EFFPortland ALL STAR!!!)

So get pumped, and stay pumped, cause we are back with a vengeance and ready to rock your world with an experimental media extravaganza!

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This FRIDAY and Beyond (Exciting News for Grand Detour)!

THIS IS HUGE. 

We here at Grand Detour have mad a bold stride into the future of experimental media in Portland, teaming up with our longtime allies Boom Bap! in the warehouse at 640 SE Stark! We are going to be bringing you all kinds of amazing, multiform events! This adventure in collaboration and cross-promotion will create a space for all kinds of projects and happenings in the months to come.

Our new venture is kicking off with a BANG this Friday, September 7, as we debut this collaborative effort with a showcase of live music and cray media! Join us for a pizza party with White Rainbow, Donnie Blossoms, and Free Weedand a gallery full of installation, projections, and general multimedia smorgasbord. It all goes down starting at 6pm!

We’ll be kicking it up a notch further on Thursday, September 13th, for an event we are lovingly referring to as TBDfest: live music, installation, improvised media, live animation, and more and more and more. Are we flagrantly flaunting our TBA adjacent-ness? Uh, yeah. The fun starts at 8pm. Come get blitzed on sight sound text and light!

There’s lots and lots more to come, so instead of overwhelming you with our amazing lineup, we’ll just give you a quick blast for now, with details to follow. And there will be more! Check it:

9/15: TP:AIN

9/20: Chris Freeman*

9/22: Hawke Jones, The Cookie Sound, Lunge, Good Intentions

9/26: Boyfrndz

9/27: Brent Coughenour*

10/5: Jonathan Pfeffer (Capillary Action)

10/6: Jeremy Rourke*

(* denotes an EFFPortland ALL STAR!!!)

So get pumped, and stay pumped, cause we are back with a vengeance and ready to rock your world with an experimental media extravaganza!

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This Week and Beyond (Exciting News for Grand Detour)!

THIS IS HUGE. 

We here at Grand Detour have mad a bold stride into the future of experimental media in Portland, teaming up with our longtime allies Boom Bap! in the warehouse at 640 SE Stark! We are going to be bringing you all kinds of amazing, multiform events! This adventure in collaboration and cross-promotion will create a space for all kinds of projects and happenings in the months to come.

Our new venture is kicking off with a BANG this Friday, September 7, as we debut this collaborative effort with a showcase of live music and cray media! Join us for a pizza party with White Rainbow, Donnie Blossoms, and Free Weedand a gallery full of installation, projections, and general multimedia smorgasbord. It all goes down starting at 6pm!

We’ll be kicking it up a notch further on Thursday, September 13th, for an event we are lovingly referring to as TBDfest: live music, installation, improvised media, live animation, and more and more and more. Are we flagrantly flaunting our TBA adjacent-ness? Uh, yeah. The fun starts at 8pm. Come get blitzed on sight sound text and light!

There’s lots and lots more to come, so instead of overwhelming you with our amazing lineup, we’ll just give you a quick blast for now, with details to follow. And there will be more! Check it:

9/15: TP:AIN

9/20: Chris Freeman*

9/22: Hawke Jones, The Cookie Sound, Lunge, Good Intentions

9/26: Boyfrndz

9/27: Brent Coughenour*

10/5: Jonathan Pfeffer (Capillary Action)

10/6: Jeremy Rourke*

(* denotes an EFFPortland ALL STAR!!!)

So get pumped, and stay pumped, cause we are back with a

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Watch This!

Grand Detour is proud to host the traveling film program
Watch This! Sun Aug. 19th at BoomBap!  located at
640 SE Stark @ 8pm

 

 
Watch This! is a program celebrating the work of visual experimentalists. The distinctly diverse program features Science Made Clear, a world premiere of a digital short by Nelson Carvajal (whose work has been featured at the London Underground Film Festival). Unreleased shorts FaceOdd, and El Quatro by Amir George that were previewed at video art show Film is Dead screen in entirety. Brooklyn based musician and visual artist Alice Cohen (Trance Actions) contributes a video to the program along with film and video artist Anansi Knowbody (Auteur Pedogogy), Jason Ogawa (Looks Alive), and Lindsay Denniberg (Chances). The highlight of Watch This! is Lewis Vaughn’s visual album August the Terrible, which is one project made up of three films representing the transcendence of one soul.

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Watch This!

Grand Detour is proud to host the traveling film program
Watch This! Sun Aug. 19th at BoomBap!  located at
640 SE Stark @ 8pm

Watch This! is a program celebrating the work of visual experimentalists. The distinctly diverse program features Science Made Clear, a world premiere of a digital short by Nelson Carvajal (whose work has been featured at the London Underground Film Festival). Unreleased shorts FaceOdd, and El Quatro by Amir George that were previewed at video art show Film is Dead screen in entirety. Brooklyn based musician and visual artist Alice Cohen (Trance Actions) contributes a video to the program along with film and video artist Anansi Knowbody (Auteur Pedogogy), Jason Ogawa (Looks Alive), and Lindsay Denniberg (Chances). The highlight of Watch This! is Lewis Vaughn’s visual album August the Terrible, which is one project made up of three films representing the transcendence of one soul.

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Grand Detour is proud to host the travelling film program Watch This! Sun Aug. 19th at BoomBap!  located at 640 SE Stark @ 9pm

Watch This! is a program celebrating the work of visual experimentalists. The distinctly diverse program features Science Made Clear, a world premiere of a digital short by Nelson Carvajal (whose work has been featured at the London Underground Film Festival). Unreleased shorts FaceOdd, and El Quatro by Amir George that were previewed at video art show Film is Dead screen in entirety. Brooklyn based musician and visual artist Alice Cohen (Trance Actions) contributes a video to the program along with film and video artist Anansi Knowbody (Auteur Pedogogy), Jason Ogawa (Looks Alive), and Lindsay Denniberg (Chances). The highlight of Watch This! is Lewis Vaughn’s visual album August the Terrible, which is one project made up of three films representing the transcendence of one soul.

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Grand Detour is proud to host the travelling film program Watch This! Sun Aug. 19th at BoomBap!  located at 640 SE Stark @ 9pm

Watch This! is a program celebrating the work of visual experimentalists. The distinctly diverse program features Science Made Clear, a world premiere of a digital short by Nelson Carvajal (whose work has been featured at the London Underground Film Festival). Unreleased shorts FaceOdd, and El Quatro by Amir George that were previewed at video art show Film is Dead screen in entirety. Brooklyn based musician and visual artist Alice Cohen (Trance Actions) contributes a video to the program along with film and video artist Anansi Knowbody (Auteur Pedogogy), Jason Ogawa (Looks Alive), and Lindsay Denniberg (Chances). The highlight of Watch This! is Lewis Vaughn’s visual album August the Terrible, which is one project made up of three films representing the transcendence of one soul.

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Grand Detour is proud to host the travelling film program Watch This! Sun Aug. 19th at BoomBap!  located at 640 SE Stark @ 9pm

Watch This! is a program celebrating the work of visual experimentalists. The distinctly diverse program features Science Made Clear, a world premiere of a digital short by Nelson Carvajal (whose work has been featured at the London Underground Film Festival). Unreleased shorts FaceOdd, and El Quatro by Amir George that were previewed at video art show Film is Dead screen in entirety. Brooklyn based musician and visual artist Alice Cohen (Trance Actions) contributes a video to the program along with film and video artist Anansi Knowbody (Auteur Pedogogy), Jason Ogawa (Looks Alive), and Lindsay Denniberg (Chances). The highlight of Watch This! is Lewis Vaughn’s visual album August the Terrible, which is one project made up of three films representing the transcendence of one soul.

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Press for EFF!

Weird Rumblings [Mercury]

Back to the Fringe [Willamette Week]

Experimental Film Festival Portland [Oregonian]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Weird Rumblings [Mercury]

Back to the Fringe [Willamette Week]

Experimental Film Festival Portland [Oregonian]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Weird Rumblings [Mercury]

Back to the Fringe [Willamette Week]

Experimental Film Festival Portland [Oregonian]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Weird Rumblings [Mercury]

Back to the Fringe [Willamette Week]

Experimental Film Festival Portland [Oregonian]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Back to the Fringe [Willamette Week]

Experimental Film Festival Portland [Oregonian]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WEird Rumblings

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TONIGHT! Fissure

TONIGHT, May 19th, at PLACE [Pioneer Place Mall Atrium, Third Floor] 5-8pm!!!!

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TONIGHT! Fissure

TONIGHT [May 19th] at PLACE [Pioneer Place Mall Atrium, Third Floor] 5-8pm!!!!

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EFF PORTLAND 2012!!!

EFF Portland is happening May 22-27 !!!

www.effportland.com

http://effportland.simpletix.com/

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EFF PORTLAND 2012!!!

EFF Portland is happening May 22-27 !!!

www.effportland.com

http://effportland.simpletix.com/

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EFF PORTLAND 2012!!!

 

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE (Part of the Dirty Looks Roadshow)

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays lately.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE (Part of the Dirty Looks Roadshow)

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays lately.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up!

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City. We are STOKED to be screening at Boom Bap!, a great lil’ DIY multimedia workspace and classroom that has been tearing it up on First Fridays.

Female Trouble is an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender. With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City.

Female Trouble, an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender.

With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

Dirty Looks

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City.

Female Trouble, an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender.

With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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Female Trouble at Grand Detour! Coming 2/23!

FEMALE TROUBLE

Thursday, February 23, 8:00 – 10:00 PM

Grand Detour at BOOM BAP!

640 SE Stark St. Portland OR, 97214

Sliding-scale admission: $3-6.

DIRTY LOOKS! No, that’s not what we’ve been giving (or getting). That’s the New York-based queer film and video series that is going on a West Coast tour, and stopping in our fair City of Roses to screen a fantastic program! We here at Grand Detour are thrilled to be the hosts of Dirty Looks’ only public engagement in Rip City.

Female Trouble, an intergenerational cornucopia of genderfuck film that explores – and explodes – normative roles of femininity and gender.

With pieces that span five decades, these artists queer female subject space via drag tactics, narrative juxtaposition and overt performativity, with approaches ranging from masquerade to mythic, performance document to exposé video zine.

Program:

Conrad Ventur, Mario Montez Screen Test, 2010
Patti Podesta, Stepping, 1981
Steven Arnold, Messages, Messages, 1968
Matthias Müller, Home Stories, 1990
Narcissister, Every Woman, 2010
Zackary Drucker, Fish, 2008
Vaginal Davis, Barbi Twins (excerpt), 1993

No matter how wrapped up in EFF (can we say we’re EFF’d?) Grand Detour is right now, this was a screening too good to pass up.

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING: EFFPORTLAND 2012!

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING: EFFPORTLAND 2012!

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING: EFFPORTLAND 2012!

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING: EFFPORTLAND 2012!

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING: EFFPORTLAND 2012!

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

 

Stay tuned…we will have LOTS of funding and programming updates to share as well as news about two upcoming screenings in February and April that will whet your whistle for EFFPDX!

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?
email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer? 

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer? 

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 


Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 

Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.


EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!

want to submit?

deadline is 2/15/12. portlandians and international artists pay no submission fees!

want to support?

we have a kickstarter! with awesome rewards and a pretty sweet video. please pass it on.

want to volunteer?

email info@effportland.com

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 

Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

 


EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!


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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 

Grand Detour is proud to announce Experimental Film Fest Portland

to be held May 2012 in our fair city of Portland, Oregon.

EFFPortland was sparked by the desire to fill the current need for a Portland-based experimental media festival. A major impetus of the festival is to showcase the works of local media artists through a program of screenings, installations, artist talks, and hands-on workshops open to the general public. The festival will also feature work by national and international experimental media artists. The intention is to provide Portland audiences with a window into the diversity of work being created around the globe and connect local, national and international artists.

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

This is why you haven’t heard from us in a while. We’ve been busy!


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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

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ERUPTING THIS SPRING FROM GRAND DETOUR: EFFPORTLAND 2012

 

may 23-27, 2012

the mOuth studio

portland, or

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NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery

Jeff Guay is an under-unemployed citizen of Portland, Oregon, and a graduate of Portland State with an English degree. His most recent short films are investigations of environment – both physical and emotional – and man’s place, or lack thereof, in a world of mystery and compromise in civilization’s half-decline. Don’t Worry, it’s a New Century premiered in the 2009 Northwest Film and Video Festival, and toured around the western United States as part of their “Best of” series and also played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum. The Willamette Week called it “amusing” and Sasha Burchuk of PDX Pipeline says upon watching it, that “I just had to ask myself, what the fuck is going on here?”

Additional films to be screened include Principia, which had a warm reception at the 2010 ATA Film and Video Festival in San Francisco, Guay’s music video for Portland band Experimental Dental School (which has over 5,000 hits on vimeo) and a previously unscreened, secret premiere of a short whose name cannot be mentioned here…

 

10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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It’s Starting

NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery

Jeff Guay is an under-unemployed citizen of Portland, Oregon, and a graduate of Portland State with an English degree. His most recent short films are investigations of environment – both physical and emotional – and man’s place, or lack thereof, in a world of mystery and compromise in civilization’s half-decline. Don’t Worry, it’s a New Century premiered in the 2009 Northwest Film and Video Festival, and toured around the western United States as part of their “Best of” series and also played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum. The Willamette Week called it “amusing” and Sasha Burchuk of PDX Pipeline says upon watching it, that “I just had to ask myself, what the fuck is going on here?”

Additional films to be screened include Principia, which had a warm reception at the 2010 ATA Film and Video Festival in San Francisco, Guay’s music video for Portland band Experimental Dental School (which has over 5,000 hits on vimeo) and a previously unscreened, secret premiere of a short whose name cannot be mentioned here…

 

10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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It’s Starting

NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery

Jeff Guay is an under-unemployed citizen of Portland, Oregon, and a graduate of Portland State with an English degree. His most recent short films are investigations of environment – both physical and emotional – and man’s place, or lack thereof, in a world of mystery and compromise in civilization’s half-decline. Don’t Worry, it’s a New Century premiered in the 2009 Northwest Film and Video Festival, and toured around the western United States as part of their “Best of” series and also played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum. The Willamette Week called it “amusing” and Sasha Burchuk of PDX Pipeline says upon watching it, that “I just had to ask myself, what the fuck is going on here?”

Additional films to be screened include Principia, which had a warm reception at the 2010 ATA Film and Video Festival in San Francisco, Guay’s music video for Portland band Experimental Dental School (which has over 5,000 hits on vimeo) and a previously unscreened, secret premiere of a short whose name cannot be mentioned here…

 

10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damonte (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Gutz (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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It’s Starting

NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery

Jeff Guay is an under-unemployed citizen of Portland, Oregon, and a graduate of Portland State with an English degree. His most recent short films are investigations of environment – both physical and emotional – and man’s place, or lack thereof, in a world of mystery and compromise in civilization’s half-decline. Don’t Worry, it’s a New Century premiered in the 2009 Northwest Film and Video Festival, and toured around the western United States as part of their “Best of” series and also played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum. The Willamette Week called it “amusing” and Sasha Burchuk of PDX Pipeline says upon watching it, that “I just had to ask myself, what the fuck is going on here?”

 

Additional films to be screened include Principia, which had a warm reception at the 2010 ATA Film and Video Festival in San Francisco, Guay’s music video for Portland band Experimental Dental School (which has over 5,000 hits on vimeo) and a previously unscreened, secret premiere of a short whose name cannot be mentioned here…

10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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It’s Starting

NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery

Jeff Guay is an under-unemployed citizen of Portland, Oregon, and a graduate of Portland State with an English degree. His most recent short films are investigations of environment – both physical and emotional – and man’s place, or lack thereof, in a world of mystery and compromise in civilization’s half-decline. Don’t Worry, it’s a New Century premiered in the 2009 Northwest Film and Video Festival, and toured around the western United States as part of their “Best of” series and also played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum. The Willamette Week called it “amusing” and Sasha Burchuk of PDX Pipeline says upon watching it, that “I just had to ask myself, what the fuck is going on here?”

 

Additional films to be screened include Principia, which had a warm reception at the 2010 ATA Film and Video Festival in San Francisco, Guay’s music video for Portland band Experimental Dental School (which has over 5,000 hits on vimeo) and a previously unscreened, secret premiere of a short whose name cannot be mentioned here…

10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery

Jeff Guay is an under-unemployed citizen of Portland, Oregon, and a graduate of Portland State with an English degree. His most recent short films are investigations of environment – both physical and emotional – and man’s place, or lack thereof, in a world of mystery and compromise in civilization’s half-decline. Don’t Worry, it’s a New Century premiered in the 2009 Northwest Film and Video Festival, and toured around the western United States as part of their “Best of” series and also played at Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum. The Willamette Week called it “amusing” and Sasha Burchuk of PDX Pipeline says upon watching it, that “I just had to ask myself, what the fuck is going on here?”

Additional films to be screened include Principia, which had a warm reception at the 2010 ATA Film and Video Festival in San Francisco, Guay’s music video for Portland band Experimental Dental School (which has over 5,000 hits on vimeo) and a previously unscreened, secret premiere of a short whose name cannot be mentioned here…

10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

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NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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It’s Starting

NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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NO, NOT THE RAIN:

10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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It’s Starting


10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

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10/6   Jeff Guay (PDX)  Recess Gallery


10/18   Maarit Suomi (Finland)   Recess Gallery


11/17   Devon Damante (Olympia, in conjunction with the NW FIlm Fest)   Worksound

11/22    Jason Halprin (Olympia)   Worksound


12/1   Jade Ajani (local)   Screen at Place


12/8 Seth Nehil (local)   Screen at Place

 

All Shows 8pm

Suggested Donation $3-6

All Donations to Artists

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Grand Interview Sun 8/14 at 5pm on KMZE 1071 FM

If you get a chance take a listen to the interview we gave to 1071 FM about Grand Detour.  Our origins, hopes dreams etc.   Streaming is no problem at: http://icy1.abacast.com/mhcc-kmhc-64.m3u It’s gonna be this Sun at 5pm.

And watch out for what we got coming this Fall, Installations and Screenings abound!!

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Grand Interview Sun 8/14 at 5pm on KMZE 1071 FM

If you get a chance take a listen to the interview we gave to 1071 FM about Grand Detour.  Our origins, hopes dreams etc.   Streaming is no problem at: http://icy1.abacast.com/mhcc-kmhc-64.m3u It’s gonna be this Sun at 5pm.

And watch out for what we got coming this Fall, Installations and Screenings abound!!

GD

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Grand Interview Sun 8/14 at 5pm on KMZE 1071 FM

If you get a chance take a listen to the interview we gave to 1071 FM about Grand Detour.  Our origins, hopes dreams etc.   Streaming is no problem at: http://icy1.abacast.com/mhcc-kmhc-64.m3u It’s gonna be this Sun at 5pm.

And watch out for what we got coming this Fall,

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Grand Interview Sun 8/14 at 5pm on KMZE 1071 FM

If you get a chance take a listen to the interview we gave to 1071 FM about Grand Detour.  Our origins, hopes dreams etc.   Streaming is no problem at: http://icy1.abacast.com/mhcc-kmhc-64.m3u It’s gonna be this Sun at 5pm.

And watch out for what we got coming this Fall, Installations and Screenings abound!!

GD

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Grand Interview Sun on KMZE 1071 FM

If you get a chance take a listen to the interview we gave to Artclecticpdx   about our organization, hopes and dreams etc. this Sun at 5pm.

Streaming it is no problem at: http://icy1.abacast.com/mhcc-kmhc-64.m3u

And look forward to what we got coming in the Fall!!  Installations and Screenings galore!!

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Grand Interview Sun on KMZE 1071 FM

If you get a chance take a listen to the interview we gave to Artclecticpdx   about our organization, hopes and dreams etc. this Sun at 5pm.

Streaming it is no problem at: http://icy1.abacast.com/mhcc-kmhc-64.m3u

And look forward to what we got coming in the Fall!!  Installations and Screenings galore!!

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Grand Detour Presents Jodie Mack

Thursday, July 28, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th, Portland, OR

GRAND DETOUR <3 JODIE MACK AND WE ARE STOKED STOKED STOOOOOKED

Fantastic animator Jodie Mack is stopping in Stumptown on her latest tour, and Grand Detour is ecstatic to host her visit as part of Hot Media, their Summer Screening Series. Mack will show a hundred and ten minutes of gorgeous 16mm moving pictures at RECESS Gallery in the Oregon Brassworks Building this coming July 28th, beginning at 8PM. The pieces were completed over the course if the last six years, and they will all be lovely. After the screening, Mack will be available for a Q&A session. This is Grand Detour’s last screening before the season-closing Bad Film Barbeque, and it will be one of their most important screenings to date.

 

 

 

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MACK ATTACK!

Grand Detour Presents Jodie Mack

Thursday, July 28, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th, Portland, OR

GRAND DETOUR <3 JODIE MACK AND WE ARE STOKED STOKED STOOOOOKED

Fantastic animator Jodie Mack is stopping in Stumptown on her latest tour, and Grand Detour is ecstatic to host her visit as part of Hot Media, their Summer Screening Series. Mack will show a hundred and ten minutes of gorgeous 16mm moving pictures at RECESS Gallery in the Oregon Brassworks Building this coming July 28th, beginning at 8PM. The pieces were completed over the course if the last six years, and they will all be lovely. After the screening, Mack will be available for a Q&A session. This is Grand Detour’s last screening before the season-closing Bad Film Barbeque, and it will be one of their most important screenings to date.

 

 

 

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MACK ATTACK!

Grand Detour Presents Jodie Mack

Thursday, July 28, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th, Portland, OR

GRAND DETOUR <3 JODIE MACK AND WE ARE STOKED STOKED STOOOOOKED

Fantastic animator Jodie Mack is stopping in Stumptown on her latest tour, and Grand Detour is ecstatic to host her visit as part of Hot Media, their Summer Screening Series. Mack will show a hundred and ten minutes of gorgeous 16mm moving pictures at RECESS Gallery in the Oregon Brassworks Building this coming July 28th, beginning at 8PM. The pieces were completed over the course if the last six years, and they will all be lovely. After the screening, Mack will be available for a Q&A session. This is Grand Detour’s last screening before the season-closing Bad Film Barbeque, and it will be one of their most important screenings to date.

 

 

 

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MACK ATTACK!

Fantastic animator Jodie Mack is stopping in Stumptown on her latest tour, and Grand Detour is ecstatic to host her visit as part of Hot Media, their Summer Screening Series. Mack will show a hundred and ten minutes of gorgeous 16mm moving pictures at RECESS Gallery in the Oregon Brassworks Building this coming July 28th, beginning at 8PM. The pieces were completed over the course if the last six years, and they will all be lovely. After the screening, Mack will be available for a Q&A session. This is Grand Detour’s last screening before the season-closing Bad Film Barbeque, and it will be one of their most important screenings to date.

 

 

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Fantastic animator Jodie Mack is stopping in Stumptown on her latest tour, and Grand Detour is ecstatic to host her visit as part of Hot Media, their Summer Screening Series. Mack will show a hundred and ten minutes of gorgeous 16mm moving pictures at RECESS Gallery in the Oregon Brassworks Building this coming July 28th, beginning at 8PM. The pieces were completed over the course if the last six years, and they will all be lovely. After the screening, Mack will be available for a Q&A session. This is Grand Detour’s last screening before the season-closing Bad Film Barbeque, and it will be one of their most important screenings to date.

 

Jodie Mack is an independent animator, curator, and historian-in-training who received her MFA in Film, Video, and New Media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007 and currently teaches at Dartmouth College. Combining the formal techniques and structures of abstract/absolute animation with those of cinematic genres, her handmade films use collage to explore the relationship between graphic cinema and storytelling, the tension between form and meaning. Mack’s 16mm films have screened at a variety of venues including the Anthology Film Archives, Images Festival, School of Visual Arts Theater, and the Black Maria Film Festival. She has also worked as a curator and administrator with the Florida Experimental Film and Video Festival, Portland Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, Eye and Ear Clinic, Chicago Underground Film Festival, and Chicago’s favorite microcinema, The Nightingale. Additionally, Mack is an Illinois Arts Council Media Art Fellow and the 2010 co-recipient of the Orphan Film Symposium’s Helen Hill Award.

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This is Why We’re Hot (Media): David Sherman in Stumptown!!!

Grand Detour is Proud to Present:

David Sherman: Wasteland Utopias

Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th

The year is 1993. The place, San Francisco. David Sherman, experimental media-maker, founds the world’s first microcinema. Fast forward to 2011, and Portland’s own Grand Detour is hosting a screening of Sherman’s Wasteland Utopias, a cinematic essay featuring visionary developer Del Webb (Sun City) and legendary radical psychiatrist/naturalist Wilhelm Reich (Orgone Energy). What on earth could these two possibly have in common? The sunny Sonoran Desert for one thing, a shadowy CIA Operative for another. Desert landscapes, desert soulscapes, sex, sustainability, Emotional Plague, cloudbusting, water retention, cosmic intervention—these and other relevancies link the 1950s with our present moment in surprising, and seemingly prophetic, ways. Using found footage, documentary interviews, and narrative tableaux, the film interweaves contradictory narratives and critically poetic observations. By juxtaposing these two thinkers—who represent ostensibly opposing visions of a still-undefined future—Sherman asks viewers to consider a multiplicity of perspectives on our endangered natural and social environments.

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This is Why We’re Hot (Media): David Sherman in Stumptown!!!

Grand Detour is Proud to Present:

David Sherman: Wasteland Utopias

Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th

The year is 1993. The place, San Francisco. David Sherman, experimental media-maker, founds the world’s first microcinema. Fast forward to 2011, and Portland’s own Grand Detour is hosting a screening of Sherman’s Wasteland Utopias, a cinematic essay featuring visionary developer Del Webb (Sun City) and legendary radical psychiatrist/naturalist Wilhelm Reich (Orgone Energy). What on earth could these two possibly have in common? The sunny Sonoran Desert for one thing, a shadowy CIA Operative for another. Desert landscapes, desert soulscapes, sex, sustainability, Emotional Plague, cloudbusting, water retention, cosmic intervention—these and other relevancies link the 1950s with our present moment in surprising, and seemingly prophetic, ways. Using found footage, documentary interviews, and narrative tableaux, the film interweaves contradictory narratives and critically poetic observations. By juxtaposing these two thinkers—who represent ostensibly opposing visions of a still-undefined future—Sherman asks viewers to consider a multiplicity of perspectives on our endangered natural and social environments.

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This is Why We’re Hot (Media): David Sherman in Stumptown!!!

Grand Detour is Proud to Present:

David Sherman: Wasteland Utopias

Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th

The year is 1993. The place, San Francisco. David Sherman, experimental media-maker, founds the world’s first microcinema. Fast forward to 2011, and Portland’s own Grand Detour is hosting a screening of Sherman’s Wasteland Utopias, a cinematic essay featuring visionary developer Del Webb (Sun City) and legendary radical psychiatrist/naturalist Wilhelm Reich (Orgone Energy). What on earth could these two possibly have in common? The sunny Sonoran Desert for one thing, a shadowy CIA Operative for another. Desert landscapes, desert soulscapes, sex, sustainability, Emotional Plague, cloudbusting, water retention, cosmic intervention—these and other relevancies link the 1950s with our present moment in surprising, and seemingly prophetic, ways. Using found footage, documentary interviews, and narrative tableaux, the film interweaves contradictory narratives and critically poetic observations. By juxtaposing these two thinkers—who represent ostensibly opposing visions of a still-undefined future—Sherman asks viewers to consider a multiplicity of perspectives on our endangered natural and social environments.

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Grand Detour is Proud to Present:

David Sherman: Wasteland Utopias

Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th

The year is 1993. The place, San Francisco. David Sherman, experimental media-maker, founds the world’s first microcinema. Fast forward to 2011, and Portland’s own Grand Detour is hosting a screening of Sherman’s Wasteland Utopias, a cinematic essay featuring visionary developer Del Webb (Sun City) and legendary radical psychiatrist/naturalist Wilhelm Reich (Orgone Energy). What on earth could these two possibly have in common? The sunny Sonoran Desert for one thing, a shadowy CIA Operative for another. Desert landscapes, desert soulscapes, sex, sustainability, Emotional Plague, cloudbusting, water retention, cosmic intervention—these and other relevancies link the 1950s with our present moment in surprising, and seemingly prophetic, ways. Using found footage, documentary interviews, and narrative tableaux, the film interweaves contradictory narratives and critically poetic observations. By juxtaposing these two thinkers—who represent ostensibly opposing visions of a still-undefined future—Sherman asks viewers to consider a multiplicity of perspectives on our endangered natural and social environments.

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Grand Detour is Proud to Present:

David Sherman: Wasteland Utopias

Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th

The year is 1993. The place, San Francisco. David Sherman, experimental media-maker, founds the world’s first microcinema. Fast forward to 2011, and Portland’s own Grand Detour is hosting a screening of Sherman’s Wasteland Utopias, a cinematic essay featuring visionary developer Del Webb (Sun City) and legendary radical psychiatrist/naturalist Wilhelm Reich (Orgone Energy). What on earth could these two possibly have in common? The sunny Sonoran Desert for one thing, a shadowy CIA Operative for another. Desert landscapes, desert soulscapes, sex, sustainability, Emotional Plague, cloudbusting, water retention, cosmic intervention—these and other relevancies link the 1950s with our present moment in surprising, and seemingly prophetic, ways. Using found footage, documentary interviews, and narrative tableaux, the film interweaves contradictory narratives and critically poetic observations. By juxtaposing these two thinkers—who represent ostensibly opposing visions of a still-undefined future—Sherman asks viewers to consider a multiplicity of perspectives on our endangered natural and social environments.

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Grand Detour is Proud to Present:

David Sherman: Wasteland Utopias

Tuesday, July 26, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery, 1127 SE 10th

The year is 1993. The place, San Francisco. David Sherman, experimental media-maker, founds the world’s first microcinema. Fast forward to 2011, and Portland’s own Grand Detour is hosting a screening of Sherman’s Wasteland Utopias, a cinematic essay featuring visionary developer Del Webb (Sun City) and legendary radical psychiatrist/naturalist Wilhelm Reich (Orgone Energy). What on earth could these two possibly have in common? The sunny Sonoran Desert for one thing, a shadowy CIA Operative for another. Desert landscapes, desert soulscapes, sex, sustainability, Emotional Plague, cloudbusting, water retention, cosmic intervention—these and other relevancies link the 1950s with our present moment in surprising, and seemingly prophetic, ways. Using found footage, documentary interviews, and narrative tableaux, the film interweaves contradictory narratives and critically poetic observations. By juxtaposing these two thinkers—who represent ostensibly opposing visions of a still-undefined future—Sherman asks viewers to consider a multiplicity of perspectives on our endangered natural and social environments.

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Keep the Summer Going! Two Awesome GD Events this Weekend!!!

That’s right, friends. Hot Media and getting hotter! Just in time for your Independence hangover to have finally worn off, we’ve got a weekend of 16mm madness and microfest magic. Join us at RECESS gallery on Friday and Saturday for Joel Schlemowitz and the triumphant return of the Cut + Run Tour!

 

Grand Detour Presents
Joel Schlemowitz!


Friday, July 8, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery,
1127 SE 10th

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz, known for his experimental documentaries and short poetic cinema, will present a program of 16mm works hosted by Grand Detour at RECESS Gallery this upcoming July 8. Jennifer Macmillan of Invisible Cinema writes, “With flashes, leaves, and pools of light, suns, flashlights, and handmade light inventions, Joel creates cinema-poems that crack open the infinite. Tracing the jeweled veins of Gustav Moreau, J.K. Huysmans, and Gerard de Nerval, his work eludes the dark shadows of night & illuminates the evening with cascading colors and flickering dreamscapes.”


Grand Detour Presents

The Autonomy of Place

Saturday, July 9, 8PM

RECESS gallery,
1127 SE 10th

The Cut + Run Tour is back in Portland one year after Grand Detour welcomed curators Mallary Abel and Brenda Contreras to town at their 2010 Bad Film Barbeque. This year, Grand Detour welcomes Cut + Run back to Stumptown and is proud to host The Autonomy of Place, another stellar program of short films, at RECESS Gallery at the Oregon Brassworks Building.

Cut + Run is a traveling film festival specializing in the exhibition of short avant-garde and experimental video and film programs. This year, they have stopped in Paris, Berlin, London, and San Francisco, and will finish their tour at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. The Autonomy of Place presents the work of American filmmakers from throughout the country. Each explores the fringes of The Autonomy of Place¬, uniquely investigating the capacities in which we recognize the politics and philosophies of the forgotten, overlooked, and sometimes-untold landscapes of our time and place. Featured artists include Robert Todd, Shelly Silver, Roger Beebe, Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Salise Hughes, Rick Bahto, and Charles Fairbanks.

Summer is finally here, so come enjoy it with us! Sink your teeth into it.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Keep the Summer Going! Two Awesome GD Events this Weekend!!!

That’s right, friends. Hot Media and getting hotter! Just in time for your Independence hangover to have finally worn off, we’ve got a weekend of 16mm madness and microfest magic. Join us at RECESS gallery on Friday and Saturday for Joel Schlemowitz and the triumphant return of the Cut + Run Tour!

 

Grand Detour Presents
Joel Schlemowitz!


Friday, July 8, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery,
1127 SE 10th

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz, known for his experimental documentaries and short poetic cinema, will present a program of 16mm works hosted by Grand Detour at RECESS Gallery this upcoming July 8. Jennifer Macmillan of Invisible Cinema writes, “With flashes, leaves, and pools of light, suns, flashlights, and handmade light inventions, Joel creates cinema-poems that crack open the infinite. Tracing the jeweled veins of Gustav Moreau, J.K. Huysmans, and Gerard de Nerval, his work eludes the dark shadows of night & illuminates the evening with cascading colors and flickering dreamscapes.”


Grand Detour Presents

The Autonomy of Place

Saturday, July 9, 8PM

RECESS gallery,
1127 SE 10th

The Cut + Run Tour is back in Portland one year after Grand Detour welcomed curators Mallary Abel and Brenda Contreras to town at their 2010 Bad Film Barbeque. This year, Grand Detour welcomes Cut + Run back to Stumptown and is proud to host The Autonomy of Place, another stellar program of short films, at RECESS Gallery at the Oregon Brassworks Building.

Cut + Run is a traveling film festival specializing in the exhibition of short avant-garde and experimental video and film programs. This year, they have stopped in Paris, Berlin, London, and San Francisco, and will finish their tour at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. The Autonomy of Place presents the work of American filmmakers from throughout the country. Each explores the fringes of The Autonomy of Place¬, uniquely investigating the capacities in which we recognize the politics and philosophies of the forgotten, overlooked, and sometimes-untold landscapes of our time and place. Featured artists include Robert Todd, Shelly Silver, Roger Beebe, Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Salise Hughes, Rick Bahto, and Charles Fairbanks.

Summer is finally here, so come enjoy it with us! Sink your teeth into it.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Keep the Summer Going! Two Awesome GD Events this Weekend!!!

That’s right, friends. Hot Media and getting hotter! Just in time for your Independence hangover to have finally worn off, we’ve got a weekend of 16mm madness and microfest magic. Join us at RECESS gallery on Friday and Saturday for Joel Schlemowitz and the triumphant return of the Cut + Run Tour!

 

Grand Detour Presents
Joel Schlemowitz!


Friday, July 8, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery,
1127 SE 10th

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz, known for his experimental documentaries and short poetic cinema, will present a program of 16mm works hosted by Grand Detour at RECESS Gallery this upcoming July 8. Jennifer Macmillan of Invisible Cinema writes, “With flashes, leaves, and pools of light, suns, flashlights, and handmade light inventions, Joel creates cinema-poems that crack open the infinite. Tracing the jeweled veins of Gustav Moreau, J.K. Huysmans, and Gerard de Nerval, his work eludes the dark shadows of night & illuminates the evening with cascading colors and flickering dreamscapes.”


Grand Detour Presents

The Autonomy of Place

Saturday, July 9, 8PM

RECESS gallery,
1127 SE 10th

The Cut + Run Tour is back in Portland one year after Grand Detour welcomed curators Mallary Abel and Brenda Contreras to town at their 2010 Bad Film Barbeque. This year, Grand Detour welcomes Cut + Run back to Stumptown and is proud to host The Autonomy of Place, another stellar program of short films, at RECESS Gallery at the Oregon Brassworks Building.

Cut + Run is a traveling film festival specializing in the exhibition of short avant-garde and experimental video and film programs. This year, they have stopped in Paris, Berlin, London, and San Francisco, and will finish their tour at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. The Autonomy of Place presents the work of American filmmakers from throughout the country. Each explores the fringes of The Autonomy of Place¬, uniquely investigating the capacities in which we recognize the politics and philosophies of the forgotten, overlooked, and sometimes-untold landscapes of our time and place. Featured artists include Robert Todd, Shelly Silver, Roger Beebe, Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Salise Hughes, Rick Bahto, and Charles Fairbanks.

Summer is finally here, so come enjoy it with us! Sink your teeth into it.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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Keep the Summer Going! Two Awesome GD Events this Weekend!!!

That’s right, friends. Hot Media and getting hotter! Just in time for your Independence hangover to have finally worn off, we’ve got a weekend of 16mm madness and microfest magic. Join us at RECESS gallery on Friday and Saturday for Joel Schlemowitz and the triumphant return of the Cut + Run Tour!

 

Grand Detour Presents
Joel Schlemowitz!


Friday, July 8, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery,
1127 SE 10th

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz, known for his experimental documentaries and short poetic cinema, will present a program of 16mm works hosted by Grand Detour at RECESS Gallery this upcoming July 8. Jennifer Macmillan of Invisible Cinema writes, “With flashes, leaves, and pools of light, suns, flashlights, and handmade light inventions, Joel creates cinema-poems that crack open the infinite. Tracing the jeweled veins of Gustav Moreau, J.K. Huysmans, and Gerard de Nerval, his work eludes the dark shadows of night & illuminates the evening with cascading colors and flickering dreamscapes.”


Grand Detour Presents

The Autonomy of Place

Saturday, July 9, 8PM

RECESS gallery,
1127 SE 10th

The Cut + Run Tour is back in Portland one year after Grand Detour welcomed curators Mallary Abel and Brenda Contreras to town at their 2010 Bad Film Barbeque. This year, Grand Detour welcomes Cut + Run back to Stumptown and is proud to host The Autonomy of Place, another stellar program of short films, at RECESS Gallery at the Oregon Brassworks Building.

Cut + Run is a traveling film festival specializing in the exhibition of short avant-garde and experimental video and film programs. This year, they have stopped in Paris, Berlin, London, and San Francisco, and will finish their tour at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. The Autonomy of Place presents the work of American filmmakers from throughout the country. Each explores the fringes of The Autonomy of Place¬, uniquely investigating the capacities in which we recognize the politics and philosophies of the forgotten, overlooked, and sometimes-untold landscapes of our time and place. Featured artists include Robert Todd, Shelly Silver, Roger Beebe, Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Salise Hughes, Rick Bahto, and Charles Fairbanks.

Summer is finally here, so come enjoy it with us! Sink your teeth into it.

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Keep the Summer Going! Two Awesome GD Events this Weekend!!!

That’s right, friends. Hot Media and getting hotter! Just in time for your Independence hangover to have finally worn off, we’ve got a weekend of 16mm madness and microfest magic. Join us at RECESS gallery on Friday and Saturday for Joel Schlemowitz and the triumphant return of the Cut + Run Tour!

 

Grand Detour Presents
Joel Schlemowitz!


Friday, July 8, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery,
1127 SE 10th

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz, known for his experimental documentaries and short poetic cinema, will present a program of 16mm works hosted by Grand Detour at RECESS Gallery this upcoming July 8. Jennifer Macmillan of Invisible Cinema writes, “With flashes, leaves, and pools of light, suns, flashlights, and handmade light inventions, Joel creates cinema-poems that crack open the infinite. Tracing the jeweled veins of Gustav Moreau, J.K. Huysmans, and Gerard de Nerval, his work eludes the dark shadows of night & illuminates the evening with cascading colors and flickering dreamscapes.”


Grand Detour Presents

The Autonomy of Place

Saturday, July 9, 8PM

RECESS gallery,
1127 SE 10th

The Cut + Run Tour is back in Portland one year after Grand Detour welcomed curators Mallary Abel and Brenda Contreras to town at their 2010 Bad Film Barbeque. This year, Grand Detour welcomes Cut + Run back to Stumptown and is proud to host The Autonomy of Place, another stellar program of short films, at RECESS Gallery at the Oregon Brassworks Building.

Cut + Run is a traveling film festival specializing in the exhibition of short avant-garde and experimental video and film programs. This year, they have stopped in Paris, Berlin, London, and San Francisco, and will finish their tour at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. The Autonomy of Place presents the work of American filmmakers from throughout the country. Each explores the fringes of The Autonomy of Place¬, uniquely investigating the capacities in which we recognize the politics and philosophies of the forgotten, overlooked, and sometimes-untold landscapes of our time and place. Featured artists include Robert Todd, Shelly Silver, Roger Beebe, Sara Zia Ebrahimi, Salise Hughes, Rick Bahto, and Charles Fairbanks.

Summer is finally here, so come enjoy it with us! Sink your teeth into it.

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Keep the Summer Going! Two Awesome GD Events this Weekend!!!

That’s right, friends. Hot Media and getting hotter! Just in time for your Independence hangover to have finally worn off, we’ve got a weekend of 16mm madness and microfest magic. Join us at RECESS gallery on Friday and Saturday for Joel Schlemowitz and the triumphant return of the Cut + Run Tour!

 

Grand Detour Presents
Joel Schlemowitz!


Friday, July 8, 2011, 8PM

RECESS Gallery,
1127 SE 10th

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz, known for his experimental documentaries and short poetic cinema, will present a program of 16mm works hosted by Grand Detour at RECESS Gallery this upcoming July 8. Jennifer Macmillan of Invisible Cinema writes, “With flashes, leaves, and pools of light, suns, flashlights, and handmade light inventions, Joel creates cinema-poems that crack open the infinite. Tracing the jeweled veins of Gustav Moreau, J.K. Huysmans, and Gerard de Nerval, his work eludes the dark shadows of night & illuminates the evening with cascading colors and flickering dreamscapes.”


Grand Detour Presents
The Autonomy of Place

Saturday, July 9, 8PM

RECESS gallery,
1127 SE 10th

The Cut + Run Tour is back in Portland one year after Grand Detour welcomed curators Mallary Abel and Brenda Contreras to town at their 2010 Bad Film Barbeque. This year, Grand Detour welcomes Cut + Run back to Stumptown and is proud to host The Autonomy of Place, another stellar program of short films, at RECESS Gallery at the Oregon Brassworks Building.

Cut + Run is a traveling film festival specializing in the exhibition of short avant-garde and experimental video and film programs. This year, they have stopped in Paris, Berlin, London, and San Francisco, and will finish their tour at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. The Autonomy of Place presents the work of American filmmakers from throughout the country. Each explores the fringes of The Autonomy of Place¬, uniquely investigating the capacities in which we recognize the