"FILMS OF JULIE ORLICK: SILENT LOVERS & OTHER WORKS"
SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2017 @ CPR - Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11211
DOORS 7PM – SCREENING from 7-10PM
Additional time for discussion / Q & A with artist JULIE ORLICK
Premiere of Silent Lovers (10min, 24fps, color, sound, 2017)
Miss Bettie (4min, 16mm, 24fps, bw, sound, 2016)
Siréne Femme (1.5min, 24fps, color, sound, 2015)
Cake-o-philia (2.5min, 18fps, bw, silent, 2014)
Roses in June (4.5min, 24fps, color, sound, 2016)
Paris (3min, 24fps, bw, sound, 2015)
Cemetery (3min, 18fps, bw, sound, 2015)
Spring time in Brooklyn (3min, 24fps, color, sound, 2015)
Portrait of Ariela (3min, 24fps, bw & color, sound, 2016)
Pierrot and her Balloon (1.5min, 24fps, bw, silent, 2017)
SILENT LOVERS (2017) is a collaborative effort starring Elisabeth T. O'Driscoll, Nathan Graves, Alexandra Tatarsky and Lily Chambers. Original musical score by Nathan Graves. The film will be part of a program of works made over the last 4 years. Julie Orlick (b. 1990, los angeles) currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. She is a photographer and film maker devout to analogue and alternative techniques. Her work reflects upon the absurdity and contingency of existence. The imperfections that occur while she is crafting an image by hand mirror the mishaps of life itself. All motion picture films are shot on a Bolex Rex5, cut on a Steenbeck flat-bed editing table, and projected with light through the beautiful material we call 16mm film.
Julie is also a master tin-type photographer whose recent photo "The O'Driscoll Sisters" can be seen on the streets of NYC and was featured in Juxtapoz Magazine (online) in promotion of Saveartspace: The Future Is Female // an official 1m1w1d event at Saveartspace.
MONO NO AWARE SCREENING SERIES:
The CONNECTIVITY THROUGH CINEMA series presents the work of artists, film-makers and curators who are traveling or presenting special interactive programs in-person. Our hope is to engage the community by showing work with a focus on post-screening discussion