180 & kha variations/passing leave e4c

You would think that after a year of seeing the same artworks, you’d be happy to see them go, but that just isn’t the case. We are sad to see Kamran Sadeghi’s Kha Variations/Passing and Robert Zverina’s 180 series leave our e4c screens. We will remove these works from rotation to make room for artists works selected for the 2009-2010 season.

Kamran’s Kha Variations/Passing offers a visual representation of sound. The amplitude and frequency of the artist-created soundscape generates data that then determines the color, motion and depth within a digital graphics environment. The full duration is is 4 minutes, 20 seconds.

Rob’s 180 series, created for e4c, features curated thematic compilations of some of his microdocumentaries. Themes like Snow, Bird and Hammer, offer clips of everyday life that together, make you experience the ordinary in a new way. Each of the six microdocumentaries are 3 minutes each.

As we mentioned before, we have Oz-like powers over e4c. If you want to see these works without waiting through the whole rotation you can contact staff at heather.dwyer@4culture.org to let us know when you’ll be by and we can cue them up for you.

We’re excited to see Kamran’s new work  selected as part of the 2009-2010 season. He’ll be presenting those next spring. Thanks to Kamran and Rob for sharing their work with us this past year!

Photo: Kha Variations/Passing, Video Still, Courtesy of Kamran Sadeghi