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CHRONOGRAM OF INEXISTENT TIME

Opening & Artist Talk, in conjunction with WNDX: Sat Oct 2 - 3 PM
Daily Viewings: Mon Oct 4 to Fri Oct 15 – Noon to 5 PM
* closed Sundays
FILM AND VIDEO INSTALLATION BY MALENA SZLAM SALAZAR

SAT OCT 2 TO FRI OCT 15
Special Presentation at The Black Lodge, 3rd Floor, Artspace (upstairs from Cinematheque)

* FREE ADMISSION

Chronogram of Inexistent Time is a multi-projector film and video installation consisting of loops of multiple images projected onto asymmetrical screen surfaces. The work deals with the architectural possibilities of ephemeral images, their displacement and the traces that they leave behind; repetition, memory and time. Based on the exploration of stillness and motion, and the sensorial experience, this work opens a visual experience in the space of constant transformation. Shifting angles and perspectives allow us to glimpse conceptions of space in a fragmented and poetic vision. In this sense, the architectural quality has a means to articulate time and space by modulating reality while projections an images work as a collage to create non-linear and non-synchronized visual syntaxes; time is interruption and image becomes the spark of this interruption.

About Malena Szlam Salazar: Born in Chile, Malena Szlam Salazar is a visual artist working in the crossover of cinema and installation art. Reflecting on the languages of time and space through still and moving images and exploring the displacement of notions of cinema, her work attempts to unfold experiences at odds with the linearity of time and expresses the physicality of the image. Szlam Salazar is based in Montreal, where she is a member of the Double Negative Collective, a group of film, video and installation artists interested in creating, curating and disseminating experimental cinema. Her work has screened in various international film and video festivals in Canada and internationally.

Chronogram of Inexistent Time is a special presentation of the Winnipeg Film Group, in conjunction with WNDX.

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