Kim Tyler & Trans-LUXE Present Art + Design at 59 Walker Street October 27, 2016

Kim Tyler and Trans-LUXE are combining paintings, photographs, ceramics, textiles, and lighting in a room in the Trans-LUXE space at 59 Walker Street in NYC. Join us Thursday October 27th, 5-9PM
Also by appointment through November 18, 2016. 212 925.5863

A Book About Colab and an A. More Store at Printed Matter

COLAB celebrates A Book About Colab, edited by Max Schumann.
Come celebrate tonight, April 15, 2016 6-8PM.
We made a new A. More Store and affordable multiples are for sale.
That's Callard's vintage vague pamphlet on bats in Texas with letters from C.G. Callard, Sr. in the upper right hand corner.
More about the book here:

Orphans Film Symposium #10

Orphans 10 happened April 6-9 2016 at the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation. Dan Strieble and Mike Mashon were the master planners. One highlight was having the Library staff pitch in to create live accompaniment for silent films.

Callard shared Music in Loop Patterns, 1975 by Reese Williams.
During 2015, twelve pieces were digitized: six letters on audio cassette between herself and Williams and six compositions on 1/4 track tape by Williams, several made with the Buchla synthesizer, all from the period of 1974-77. Many thanks to Pamela Vizner, Walter Forsberg, Bleakley McDowell, and Jasmyn Castro who each helped get this done. Listen to one at

Genevieve Havemeyer-King and Pamela Oyarce presented the story of the NYU MIAP/BB Optics preservation of Some Food May Be Found in the Desert (Callard 1976) and we saw the preserved version with the audio Pamela and Callard recreated for 16mm film. See the still below, NYC in a  grime-y time.

We also saw a funny experiment by Colorlab, the sound test film that originally came with Callard's Elmo Super 8mm projector output as a 35mm print and many other gems. Brodsky & Treadway had pulled the sound off the Super 8mm and so it sounded really good.

XFR Collective to digitize DV and VHS tapes at MIX 2015

There are still a few time slots available. If you have DV or VHS tapes that you want to see again, find the link on this post and send in the form for participation.
This is the XFR Collective's first effort to digitize in public and it is a new, more portable set up.
It is a great thing that we all love working together and get plenty accomplished.
Here is the Call for Participants link:

Something Medical for the Peephole Cinema

Kinetoscopic Records
contemporary short films and videos inspired by the earliest cinema,
a program by Dan Streible
Opening Reception: Friday, September 18th from 5-7:30 
Hosted by UnionDocs 
Center for Documentary Art, 322 Union Ave. in Williamsburg

Peephole Cinema exhibitions showcase contemporary media artists while also evoking the proto- and early cinema experiences of the peep show. This UnionDocs program, Kinetoscopic Records, invites a collision of the old and new, the earliest movies and born-digital works. The ten pieces replicate qualities of the earliest film shows, an incongruous variety of kinetic, flickery, silent pictures in motion, each less than a minute long. 
This program’s inspiration is the recent rebirth of one of the first motion pictures ever made, Edison Kinetoscopic Record of a Sneeze, January 7, 1894 (aka Fred Ott’s Sneeze). Although its copyrighted images appeared in print in 1894, the Sneeze was not seen in motion until reanimated on 16mm film in 1953. However, only now has the entire recording been reproduced. The new Library of Congress version reveals The Sneeze to be nearly twice as long as presumed, with Mr. Ott sneezing twice in one unedited take. This is its premier public run.  
The ten movies in five minutes are:
W. K.-L. Dickson, Edison Kinetoscopic Record of a Sneeze
Evan Meaney, Re_Sneeze  
Jodie Mack, All Stars
Joel Schlemowitz, The Invention of the Gramophone
Danielle Ash, Creature of the Gowanus 
Tom Whiteside & Anna Kipervaser, Ott Gotcha   
Andrea Callard, Something Medical  
Bill Brand, Ornithology 4   
Mono No Aware, Sneezes
Bill Morrison, Dancing Decay  
Peephole Cinema Brooklyn is located on the façade of UnionDocs, Center for Documentary Art in Williamsburg.  Films will change about every two months. 
For more information please go to

Kyle Stephan curates No Wave Program in Brazil

11 thru 12 and Flora Funera (for Battery Park City) are part of a twenty-three program No Wave film series sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Brazil.  Kyle Stephan curated the screenings which will take place at the Centros Culturais Banco do Brasil in Brasilia, Rio, and São Paul, premiere venues for film screenings, art exhibitions, and performing arts in Brazil (  There will be a Portuguese-language catalog with primary documents and original essays to accompany the program.  
The series screening dates are 
CCBB São Paulo: November 26 - December 14, 2014
CCBB Brasília: December 3 -21, 2014
CCBB Rio de Janeiro: December 17, 2014 - January 5, 2015

Women of the Lower East Side, 2014 MoRUS Film Festival

Curated by Jackson Smith

Monday 8/4 @ Le Petit Versailles, 8pm
Lispenard Ladder and Contact Mics With Cara
Films by Andrea Callard

Tuesday 8/5 @ Le Petit Versailles, 8pm
Notes On Ailanthus
Directed by Andrea Callard

RESX screenings at ABC NoRio April 30 & May 6 7:30PM

Liza Bear and Steven Englander coordinated this program for April 30, 2014

Coleen Fitzgibbon and Steven Englander coordinated this program for May 6, 2014
It will include Andrea Callard's Notes on Ailanthus and Sample Map #1
Details here:

ABC No Rio
156 Rivington Street
(between Clinton & Suffolk) 212.254.3697

In and Around Collaborative Projects, May 14 8PM at The Spectacle Theater

This series is curated by Laura Kenner and Rachel Valinsky and it runs in conjunction with springtime programs at James Fuentes Gallery, ABC No Rio, The Lodge Gallery, and Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space, commemorating Colab’s 1980 exhibition/action The Real Estate Show.

There will be four programs at the Spectacle Theater in May.
On May 14, there will be films by Andrea Callard, Coleen Fitzgibbon, and Liza Bear beginning at 8PM.
All details here:

More COLAB TV at Radical Archives Conference

5:10PM Friday, April 11, 2014, NYU Cantor Film Center, 36 E. 8th St., NYC.
Complete details: