Quibit Music is proud to announce Peripheral Visions, an upcoming experimental film festival that showcases innovative and immersive film and media work by over 25 artists from around the world. Experience mind-bending visuals, rapid-fire montage, disintegrating film strips, flickering fabrics, mysterious christmas trees and much much more on April 20th and 21st at Project Q. Featuring the New York premieres of films by Kevin Jerome Everson, Michael Flemming, iloobia, and Ryan Ferko, the world premiere of a new film by Zach Hart/Alexandra Wilson, and special screenings of films by Laure Prouvost and Abigail Child; more than 40 films will be shown over five screenings exploring themes of sequence, rhythm, space, and texture. Additional directors include Jacques Perconte, Peter Tscherkassky, Michael Robinson, and Jodie Mack.
Qubit is a contemporary music and performance art initiative founded in 2010 by Alec Hall and Bryan Jacobs. Its principal mission is to foster the development of emergent voices by working with young composers whose work has yet to reach wide audiences, and to explore and develop new and experimental technologies as they relate to performance practice, sonic aesthetics, and public engagement. Qubit plays a unique role in New York’s contemporary artistic environment by striving to unify divergent forms of experimentalism that speak to the contemporary condition, wherever they occur in the sonic or visual landscape.
Tickets to the event can be purchased here