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Virtual Moving History - The Video Artwork of Doris Chase
Northwest Film Forum
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Virtual Moving History - The Video Artwork of Doris Chase
Program I  Sun Dec 13, 2020: 4.30pm PST
Program II  Sun Jan 10, 2021: 4.30pm PST

This program will be streamed LIVE on our Facebook Videos page: https://www.facebook.com/nwfilmforum/videos

Series - Moving History

About
During the curation of their November 2020 Experimental Entertainment programs, the AV archivists at Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound (MIPoPS) became so captivated by the late Seattle legend Doris Chase that they are dedicating both of their next two shows to her work.

Much of Chases video art incorporates multiple distinct video effect perspectives and film exposures, processed and recombined through a variety of analog and digital treatments to become beautifully kaleidoscopic works. Her exploration of her practice led from painting, to sculpture, to large-scale public artworks (some of which are now Seattle landmarks), with detours in several other mediums along the way. As she ultimately discovered a new iteration of her artistic voice in video art, she entered into remarkable collaborations with video engineer Steve Rutt, choreographer Mary Staton, and others, creating several memorable, pioneering works in the field before her passing in 2008.


About [Virtual] Moving History
Sundays, 4:30-5:30pm PDT

MIPoPS is a nonprofit whose mission is to assist archives, libraries, and other organizations with the conversion of analog video recordings to digital formats according to archival best practices.

In order to adhere to social distancing best practices, MIPoPS is proud to partner with the Northwest Film Forum to bring you a weekly series of archival videotape documenting a diverse history in Seattle. Featuring a variety of material and topics, this series will curate a set of clips each Sunday to provide comic relief, historically relevant medical and public health documentation, performance recordings, and much more.

MIPoPS hopes this series will educate and entertain viewers during this time of uncertainty and isolation.


Find out more about MIPoPS at mipops.org
Watch past screenings on their YouTube Channel
Browse hundreds of videos theyve digitized on their Internet Archive collection

Connect with MIPoPS on social media:
Twitter @mipops_seattle
Facebook & Instagram @mipopsseattle

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Northwest Film Forum

Timezone: America/Los_Angeles
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This program will be streamed LIVE on our Facebook Videos page: https://www.facebook.com/nwfilmforum/videos Watch on Facebook if you'd like to chat with the MIPoPS audiovisual archivists!

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