July 27th, 2008 – Boston, MA – AXIOM presents its next summer special event, Electric Shadows: An Experimental Film Festival.
From submissions received through an open call for experimental film, Special Events Director, Julie Madden, and Associate, Autumn Ahn, co-juried a screening of a brief overview of local filmmakers working to push the medium. This festival showcases work ranging from shorts, narratives, documentaries, and feature length films by artists both established and emerging.
In collaboration with contributors to Boston-based online art review journal, Big Red and Shiny, Jeff Warmouth will be exhibiting his film from Boston’s 48 hour Film Festival. Given a theme and a few rules, filmmakers were challenged to submit a completed work in only two days.
The AstroDime Transit Authority will be screening the third of a series of collaborative montage films called INTRANSIT: Code. This film relies on rhythm and narration to guide its viewers through the piece.
Allison Rodriguez’s film work uses self portraiture as alter ego to further explore the human psyche’s conditions and how the internal dialogue translates through an individual.
Please contact AXIOM Director of Special Events Julie Madden at email@example.com or
AXIOM Special Events Associate Autumn Ahn at firstname.lastname@example.org for images, or more information.
Calendar Submission/At a Glance
What/// Electric Shadows: An Experimental Film Festival
When/// Friday, August 8th, 2008 at 8 pm
Where/// AXIOM Center for New and Experimental Media- 141 Green Street located in Green Street T Station
Information///For more information, please call 617-653-7774 or visit www.axiomart.org
AXIOM focuses on new and experimental media, with an interest in technology based,innovative
combinations of sculpture, installation and live performance. AXIOM has had a history of success in
bringing together members of the new media community as well as outreaching to the general public,
along with emerging and established artists working within the realm of new media.
Encouraging and Supporting Experimentation in the Arts through Exhibition, Education, Resources and Collaboration