M–Su: 7–9 pm
Over the course of 2018, members of Iris Film Collective participated in individual month-long residencies to each create a 16mm film loop installation with a view to pushing the boundaries of 16mm film and projection. The only stipulation was that the work must impose an element of interference. This could include the manipulation of the light between the projector and screen, devices that transform the projection surface, alterations to the mechanism of projection, and the introduction of objects beyond the projection apparatus and film loop.
The result is LOOPDALOOP (2019), a stunning and immersive rotating month-long exhibition taking place at the Burrard View Park Fieldhouse, where the collective is currently in residency as part of the Vancouver Park Board’s Fieldhouse Activation Program.
The eight individual works are exhibited for three nights each over the course of the month along with enlargements of film frames from each loop as an accompanying photographic display.
Participating artists are Ariel Kirk-Gushowaty, Zoe Kirk-Gushowaty, Alex MacKenzie, Lisa g Nielsen, Nisha Platzer, Sydney Southam, Amanda Thomson, and Ryder White.
Supported by a London Drugs Printing Grant.