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05.30.2011
The iotaWeekly
May 30 - June 5, 2011
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Clip of the Week
"FLUX" (2010) by Candas Sisman

Watch "FLUX" (2010)! Commissioned by Plato Art Space, Turkish animator Candas Sisman's "FLUX" is a virtuosic piece of computer graphics inspired by the work of sculptor ─░lhan Koman. With its unpredictable expansion and contraction of abstract forms, "FLUX" provides a mesmerizing visual and spatial experience for the viewer.



Site of the Week
The Masses

"The Masses is a collaboration of directors and artists united by a passion for music and driven by unique and diverse cinematic visions. Our goal is to connect with the audience, inspire the crowd, and function as a factory of ideas without losing the ideal. Within the intersection of art and commerce, we find the message and deliver it to the masses by the most powerful, visionary and authentic means possible, be it film, music, advertising, or multi-platform content.We are all connected. We, the consumers. We, the creators. The Masses creates for the fundamental spirit in all of us."
--The Masses Mission Statement




Person of the Week
Paul Sharits

Experimental filmmaker Paul Sharits stands as one of the most important figures in the structuralist film movement. His groundbreaking work is the subject of LAFilmForum's next screening at the Echo Park Film Center on June 5th. Be sure to check it out!

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