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Video & Photos: Behind-the-Scenes with Carbon Dioxide Ensemble with Filmmaker Taylor Dunne at Time + Space Fundraiser

Check out this fun behind-the-scenes video including interviews with Carbon Dioxide Ensemble Members, filmmaker Taylor Dunne (http://TaylorDunne.com) and an excerpt from our performance. It was an incredible night. The person who booked us gave us this feedback.

The carbon dioxide ensemble’s set was exceptionally killer. My teenage sister got to see your performance and was shocked/amazed/mind-warped.

I’ll take that!

When you get to the performance video where Taylor is improvising with 16mm film loops, check out how her performance is lighting up the ensemble like we’re using a strobe light!

A behind-the-scenes video with the Carbon Dioxide Ensemble with Taylor Dunne at Time + Space Fundraiser for A Process Rehearsal Fundraiser in Denver, CO. Taylor Dunne improvising with us using 16mm film. The video also gives you a sense for this event.
The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble is: Thomas Lundy on Copper Heart with Dry Ice, Victoria Lundy on Theremin and Reaktor, Mark Mosher on Elekton Octatrack and Novation Circuit.
Process Reversal’s mission is to promote the continued use of photochemical processes by filmmakers, artists, hobbyists, and the public at large by providing the training, the exposure, and the opportunity required.

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Carbon Dioxide Ensemble Performing Saturday April 8th at TIME+SPACE Process Reversal Fundraiser

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The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble (with Thomas Lundy on Copper Heart and Victoria Lundy on Theremin) has been invited to perform in collaboration with film maker Taylor Dunne the TIME+SPACE fundraiser.

TIME+SPACE FUND RAISER
Saturday, April 8, 7PM
PlatteForum
2400 Curtis Street, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80205
Google Map Directions

Pre-order tickets here
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1250782358332506/

This is a live music and film event at local Denver art space PlatteForum to raise funds to “preserve, promote and harness the expressive potential of photochemical image making.”

Live Music by:

  • The Kevin Costner Suicide Pact
  • Entrancer
  • Beatscream
  • The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble
  • Erzi

The  musical acts will be performing 20-30 minute sets. All the musical artists will be paired with a film maker so each set will be a combined music and film experience.

CO2E + Taylor Dunne

 

We’ll be paired with Taylor Dunne (http://taylordunne.com) who received her Media Studies Certificate  at University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; received her B.A. in Media Studies at Eugene Lang: The school, NYC;  and got her M.F.A in Film/Film Studies at University of Colorado Boulder.

More Rehearsal’s Fund Raising Objectives

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During its first fundraising cycle, Process Reversal (PR) aims to develop the resources needed to achieve four major goals. These objectives are integral to PR’s mission to preserve, promote and harness the expressive potential of photochemical image making.

Education –

Process Reversal’s education initiatives have two major tracks

 

  1. Photochemical Image-Making – Process Reversal is committed to facilitating and demystifying technical processes of these practices. This is and will continue to be achieved primarily through extensive workshop programming. In concert with these workshop sessions, PR develops innovative new tools designed for small-scale production. These devices are used in workshop environments to advance a new technological paradigm in image making that is well suited to this post-industrial age. These activities serve a primary aim of our mission: to promote the continued use of photochemical processes by filmmakers, artists, hobbyists, and the public at large by providing the training, the exposure, and the opportunity required.
  2. Media Literacy – In an increasingly image-driven era, Process Reversal is committed to promoting media literacy in all age groups. To be literate is to be able to read and write, so it follows that media literacy includes the ability to make as well as to interpret. Photochemical processes are the antecedents to contemporary image making, and to be exposed to these techniques is also to better understand other technologies, including digital tools. Rather than offer image making experiences that are defined by the content needs of media industries, Process Reversal provides a critical and historical context that fosters agency and understanding across the entire gamut of image making. To this end, PR seeks to launch a K-adult outreach program dedicated to filling the photochemical media literacy gap. Continue reading and donate here