Ear and Eye Control: Films by Paula Froehle

Posted by | Conversations at the Edge | Posted on | March 7, 2002

Thursday, March 7, 2002, 6pm

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Paula Froehle in person!

Loosely traversing the boundary between experimental and narrative form, Paula Froehle’s densely layered and poetic films search for new metaphoric relationships to express the realms of the subconscious. This evening provides an overview of her work, from early pieces such as Second Skin (1990), Spitting Image (1992), Flicker (1995), and Fever (1995), to her latest short, Underground Women (2001). In addition, she will screen excerpts from her recent music/film collaborations with local musicians Ken Vandermark and the Sinister Luck Ensemble, Chicago Eye and Ear Control and See/Hear Experiment (2001-02) (Daniel Eisenberg). 1990-2002, Paula Froehle, USA, 59 min, various formats.

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