22 – 29 September, 2012
Medulla Art Gallery, Woodbrook
Daily screenings at 4.00pm + 7.00pm

Click here to download a copy of the new media 2012 guide!

For the second consecutive year, the trinidad+tobago film festival and ARC Magazine present New Media, a collection of artists’ works that explore a range of themes and issues, while pushing and blurring the boundaries between film and art.



THE WORKS

And They Say, Don’t Play with Poison  Natalie Wei / T+T, Can. / 2006 / 3’
Between the Lines  Abigail Hadeed / T+T / 2012 / 3’
Breathe  Holly Parotti / Bahamas / 2010 / 1’
Carnival of One  James Cooper / Bermuda / 2012
Corta  Felipe Guerrero / Colombia / 2012 / 69’
Couleurs, lumières et harmonie  Karine Taïlaimé / Martinique / 2011 / 4’
Creating Time (extract)  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 4’
Cycle of Life  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 4’
A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes When You are Awake  Versia Harris / Barbados /  25’
Drive  Marlon James / Jamaica / 2011 / 2’
Ecstatic Grace – Poised  Alberta Whittle / Barbados / 2012 / 10’
Elation: Bodies
  Olivia McGilchrist / Jamaica / 2010 / 6’
Elation: Head  Olivia McGilchrist / Jamaica / 2010 / 6’
Evolution  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 8’
Family Planning  Willy Rollé / French Guiana / 2012 / 12’
Films4Peace  Various / 2012 / 17’
The Gaze  Sophie Meyer / Trinidad / France / 2012 / 5’
GIF Performance  Rodell Warner / 2012 / 30’
Here I Am (Dakar)  Nile Saulter / Jamaica / 5’
In the Mood for Lord  Viviana Peretti / USA / 2012 / 5’
Kima Momo  Ryan Oduber / Aruba / 2012 / 12’
Koudmen (No Man’s Land)  Christian Bertin / Martinique / 2007 / 6’
La Diabla  Christian Bertin / Martinique / 2009 / 6’
Mache Exode  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 2’
The Memory Jacket  Olivia McGilchrist / Jamaica / 2010 / 1’
Memory of Water  Michelle Isava / T+T / 2’
Moments in Time  Janet Cook Rutnik / St. Croix / 2010 / 6’
Nightmare of a Pregnant Woman  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 3’
Oil and Water  Karen McLean / T+T / 2010 / 13’
Postmodern Sex  Steve Hernandez / T+T / 4’
Precheur  Christian Bertin / Martinique / 2011 / 6’
Release Yourself  Olivia McGilchrist / Jamaica / 2010 / 3’
Remapping (Orion’s Belt)  AS Majerus / Barbados / Canada / 2012 / 9’
Remedies  Sasha Huber / Haiti / Finland / 2011 / 11’
Rendering  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 30’
Roaming  Nayda Collazo-Llorens / Puerto Rico / 2005 / 5’
Seeking a Mr Horse Hung  Lawrence Graham-Brown / J’ca / 2012 / 6’
Self Portrait  O’Neil Lawrence / Jamaica / 2011 / 3’
Slow Dance  Olivia McGilchrist / Jamaica / 2010 / 23’
Sounded Symphony  Janelle Griffith / Barbados / 2011 / 2’
Southwest  Eduardo Nunes / Brazil / 2011 / 128’
Study 1  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 3’
A Thin Line  Sonja Dumas / T+T / 2008 / 5’
Untitled (Eyes)  Andy Robert / Haiti / 10’
Untitled_Square (Self Portrait)  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti, Canada / 2012 / 2’
Urbn Majik  Miatta Kawinzi / USA / 2012 / 12’
Wilhelmus Project 2010  Patricia Kaersenhout / Suriname / 2010 / 16’
Wonderland  Manuel Mathieu / Haiti / Canada / 2010-2012 / 1’

 

PROGRAMME
FIRST LOOK
SAT 22 SEPT, 6.00pm
Kima Momo / Self Portrait / Wilhelmus Project 2010 / Oil and Water / GIF Perf. / Poised for Grace / Precheur / Elation: Bodies / Untitled / Films4Peace / Remedies
Approx. total running time: 120’

PERFORMATIVE MOMENT
SUN 23 SEPT, 4.00+7.00pm
Elation: Bodies / Kima Momo / Poised for Grace / The Gaze / Remedies / Elation: Head / Untitled / Between the Lines /Couleurs, lumières et harmonie / Seeking a Mr Horse Hung / Self Portrait / Films4Peace
Approx. total running time: 90’

MASH UP: MATHIEU | McGILCHRIST | COOPER
MON 24 SEPT, 4.00
+7.00pm
Nightmare of a  . . .  / Wonderland / Mache Exode / Creating Time (extract) / Cycle of Life / Evolution / Untitled_Square (Self Portrait) / Rendering / Study 1 / Release Yourself / Slow Dance / Elation: Head / Elation: Bodies / The Memory Jacket / Carnival of One
Approx. total running time: 90’

THE FLANEUR
TUE 25 SEPT, 4.00
+7.00pm
Artists’ Talk 6-7pm

Untitled / Precheur / Here I Am (Dakar) / Southwest / Roaming / And They Say . . .
Approx. total running time: 155’

RITUAL AND MOVEMENT
WED 26 SEPT, 4.00+7.00pm
Remapping / Moments in Time / Memory of Water / And They Say . . . / Remedies / Sounded Symphony / Drive / Corta / In the Mood for Lord / Breathe
Approx. total running time: 120’

EXPERIMENTS
THU 27 SEPT, 4.00+7.00pm
Creating Time / Untitled / Postmodern Sex / Kima Momo /Mache Exode  /  Roaming /Sounded Symphony / A Dream is  . . .  / Between the Lines / Moments in Time / In the Mood for Lord / A Thin Line / Oil and Water / Koudmen / Family Planning
Approx. total running time: 120’

SERIES OF FORTUNATE EVENTS
FRI 28 SEPT, 4.00+7.00pm
Carnival of One / Sounded Symphony / Here I Am (Dakar) / Evolution / Postmodern Sex / The Gaze / Self Portrait / Roaming / Urbn Majik / Breathe / Drive / Corta
Approx. total running time: 120’

NEW MEDIA AT UWI
FRI 28 SEPT, 7.00pm
Kima Momo / Poised for Grace / Mache Exode / Remedies / Elation: Bodies / Urbn Majik / Untitled (Eyes) / Wilhelmus Project 2010 / Precheur / Here I Am (Dakar) / Moments in Time / Memory of Water / And They Say . . .  /
Approx. total running time: 120’

LAST LOOKS
SAT 29 SEPT, 4.00+7.00pm
Kima Momo / Remedies / Poised for Grace / Untitled / Mache Exode / Release Yourself / La Diabla / Urbn Majik / Couleurs, lumières et harmonie / Roaming / The Gaze / Family Planning
Approx. total running time: 90’

 

ARC Magazine

ARC Magazine is a non-profit publication launched in January of 2011 and seeks to fill a certain void by offering a critical platform for visual artists to present their work while fostering and developing critical dialogues and opportunities for crucial points of exchange.

It is an online social space of interaction with a developed methodology of sharing information about contemporary practices, exhibitions, partnerships, and opportunities that are occurring in the Caribbean region and throughout its Diaspora. ARC Magazine  is dedicated to showcasing artwork that encapsulates a pan-Caribbean focus while highlighting the lack of boundaries that now exist in the midst of the Internet and post information age. We are interested in promoting and underlining the current regional focus on sustainability for creative industries while engaging with a specified target audience, mostly comprised of emerging artists from the developing states and diaspora.
www.arcthemagazine.com

 

Medulla Gallery

Medulla provides a core space for art education through alternative artistic expression and public participation. The gallery seeks to promote an appreciation of art through exhibitions, forums, seminars and workshops. The importance of art as a social expression will also be demonstrated through an introduction to art as a medium for therapy and growth.