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Angerame’s The Soul of Things at the SF Exploratorium

Posted January 20th, 2011 in Events and Screenings, News / Events

The Soul of Things, 2010, b/w

Feb. 5: The Soul of Things at the SF Exporatorium with Live Music

The Soul of Things
With Filmmaker Dominic Angerame
Live Music by Kevin Barnard
László Moholy-Nagy’s Light Play

February 5, 2011
McBean Theater
2 pm

Dominic Angerame‘s latest film, The Soul of Things, is going to be screened with live musical accompaniment at the Exploratorium in San Francisco on February 5.

From the Exploratorium website:

On Saturday, February 5, at 2 pm, the Exploratorium presents a special screening of two short films that examine light and shadow. They are Soul of Things by Dominic Angerame and László Moholy-Nagy’s Light Play. This event is included in the price of admission to the Exploratorium.

Award-winning filmmaker Dominic Angerame will present Soul of Things (2010, 15 min.), a work that uses historical San Francisco footage to explore the fluid nature of urban architecture through the saturated chemistry of black and white high-contrast film. The film will be presented in 16mm and accompanied by a live soundscape written and performed by San Francisco musician Kevin Barnard.

The program also includes Light Play: Black/White/Gray (1930, 6 min.), László Moholy-Nagy’s cinematic study of a kinetic sculpture called the Light-Space Modulator that creates luminous shadows and reflections. Don’t miss this unique event and the opportunity to meet filmmaker Dominic Angerame. The Cinema Arts Program is funded in part by the Louis Goldblatt Memorial Fund and by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund.

For more information on this event, visit the Exploratorium website here.

For more about Angerame and to rent his films from Canyon Cinema…