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Antag|Protag screening in Chaos and Order, August 26 @ 8PM

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The iotaCenter is showing my movie Antag|Protag at Artists Television Access in San Francisco as part of Chaos and Order.

Witness a collection of visual music from across time and from around the world that represent the spectrum of rationality. Order on the one side and chaos on the other. Are really polar opposites? Is there order in total chaos or chaos in highly organized forms? Tell them your thoughts in this night of films and discussion.

  • 3/78 by Larry Cuba
  • Train Landscape by Jules Engel
  • Kitsch in Synch by Adam K. Beckett
  • Antag|Protag by Michael Betancourt
  • Scratch Pad by Hy Hirsh
  • Recurrents by J-Walt
  • Hinterland (Materialist film #001) by Blanca Rego
  • Supercollider Dreaming by Aaron F. Ross
  • Sky Pacers by Harvey Goldman
  • Sparrow Duet by Stephen Socks
  • Blue DISCORD by Arianna Gazca
  • Artists' Television Access
    992 Valencia Street
    San Francisco, California 94110

    Salons are a signature component of the iotaCenter, the worlds first organization devoted to visual music. These are wonderful nights where we get together as a community of artists, academics and curious onlookers to pontificate on the wild and abstract works called visual music.






     
     

     
     
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