MIFFONEDGE, Vol. 1

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MIFFONEDGE highlights work that pushes the boundaries of commonly accepted notions of film. By exploring the intersections between art and cinema, the works featured in MIFFONEDGE challenge us to rethink our experience of the moving image. With three events and a drop-in video exhibition, MIFF invites you to look over the edge.

Exhibition:
Old Post Office, 1 Post Office Sq., Saturday, July 13-Saturday, July 20, 2:00-9:00 p.m.; Free Admission
Works include Nam Jun Paik’s Global Groove, Robin Mandel’s Perennial, Kerry Laitala’s Chromadepth Works (AfterImage: A Flicker of Life, Chromatic Cocktail 180 Proof, Pin-up in 3D), Alejandro Cesarco’s Scrabble, and Michael P. Barry’s E.M.I.T (Everything Matters Involving Time).

Performances & Events:
Love Letter to the Fog and Greetings on Behalf of the People of our Planet! Saturday, July 13, 7:00 p.m., Waterville Opera House, Tickets $15
– Kerry Laitala Expanded Cinema Performance: Tuesday, July 16, 9:00 p.m., Old Post Office; Free Admission
– MIFFONEDGE Closing Party/Pam Wise Party: Saturday, July 20, 9:00 p.m., Old Post Office; Free Admission

Angela Dufresne: Cinema Covers
at Common Street Arts, 16 Common Street (presented in conjunction with MIFFONEDGE)
Opening Reception July 11th from 5 to 8pm; Show runs July 11th through August 24th
Visit www.commonstreetarts.org for more information.
Angela Dufresne’s paintings articulate the space between the cinematic/filmic experience and the day to day personal experience. The works expose the theater of reality and the reality of fiction in a constant state of cause and effect, impacting the actual identities and fictional characters alike. By combining painting sources from life, ie friends, self portraiture, and imagined personas with cinematic frames, in abrupt yet fluid, painterly moves, the works mimic the process of life mimicking media and media mimicking life, in a constant, yet unverifiable dialog.