The second programme of Its origins are indeterminate, The black curtain is the instant when the eyes shut, looks at strategies of appropriation as spell-craft and conjuration. Circulation and versioning of texts and images from various sources becomes a form of viral spread. The programme’s title is extracted from Ring by Koji Suzuki.
The Artwork in the Age of Its Mechanical Reproducibility by Walter Benjamin as told to Keith Sanborn, Keith Sanborn, 1996, 3:38
Versions, Oliver Laric, 2010, 9:06
HELLO OLIVER LARIC :0), Gabrielle de la Puente & Zarina Muhammad, 2016, 1:58
Wrong then, wrong today, Katie Hare, 2016, 7:17
Object Interviews (Part III), Patrick Hough, 2015, 5:32
Specialized Technicians Required: Being Luis Porcar, Manuel Saiz, 2005, 1:47
Shuffle, Douglas Waterman, 1971, 4:00 (excerpt)
Amethyst, Linda Stupart, 2016, 0:56 (silent)
Colossal Cave, Graeme Arnfield, 2016, 11:12
Ceibas: Shannon’s Entropy, Evan Meaney, 2008, 5:54
Owed to (C)ode, Hannah Catherine Jones, 2014, 4:39
Ask the Insects, Steve Reinke, 2005, 7:19
Object Cinema, Darren Banks, 2016, 5:26
Respondent (performance): Uma Breakdown
The black curtain is the instant when the eyes shut essay in programme guide available here.