IMA Spring Show

The IMA Spring Show
Annual Showcase of Interdisciplinary and New Media Art
from Hunter College’s Integrated Media Arts MFA Program

IMA Spring Show

PLACE: The Black Box Gallery
Hunter College North Building, 5th floor, Room 544N
695 Park Avenue (enter on 68th Street)
New York, NY 10021

DATE: May 7th–8th, 2010

TIME: Friday 6–9 PM
Saturday, Sunday 12–6PM
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IMA Radio: 8th Show

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This Week’s Show

Interview with IMA students Flonia Telegrafi & Angela LaSalle
Flonia Telegrafi & Angela LaSalle discuss Growing the South Bronx — the documentary they are producing with fellow IMA student Liz Knafo as part of Professor Tami Gold’s course “Media Community Advocacy and the Urban Environment.”

Audio piece: “Breathing 5 Trains in Muncie” by IMA alumna Andrea Callard

IMA Alumna Andrea Callard’s Screening

11 thru 12, 1977
Andrea Callard
11 minutes, Super 8mm Sound blown up to 16mm

56th Short Film Festival Oberhausen on April 30, 2010 5PM
Österreichisches Filmmuseum – The Austrian Film Museum, June 7 2010 4PM
Orphans Film Symposium 2010 April 9 2010

11 thru 12, and Flourescent Azalea, two super 8mm films from 1977, have been preserved by the National Film Preservation Foundation and the Fales Library & Special Collections (NYU) with BB Optics, Colorlab, and Trackwise.

11 thru 12 is sometimes spelled 11 through 12 or 11-12.
It uses the structure of the I Ching, objects in nature or commerce, and words to have both the measuring mind and a sense of the infinite.