Bryan Boyce, Adrianne Finelli & Jackie Jones

Bryan Boyce works primarily with video, sound and still photography. Many of his projects reduce, recycle and re-use footage from a wide spectrum of sources to create hybrid critiques of politics and pop culture. Other projects consider the intersection of mental and physical landscapes. His award winning work has been screened in venues around the world including Ann Arbor Film Festival, Jakarta Video Art Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Other Cinema, Pacific Film Archive and Sundance Film Festival.

Adrianne Finelli is an artist and curator who works in film, video, printmaking, performance and installation. Her work has been on view nationally and internationally at festivals, universities and galleries. She currently co-curates GAZE film series at Artists’ Television Access.

Jackie Jones is an independent musician who has been part of the Bay Area scene since the 1950s. She taught herself to play a wide range of instruments and genres including experimental electronic music. Jackie has performed for decades at the Alemeny Farmer’s Market as a one-woman band and was a member of several San Francisco-based bands, including Faye Wayne the Rhythm Roundup Girls and the Cockettes.

Project Statement: "Hidden Rhythms" is a multimedia performance about the moments in life where time appears to slow down or stop. The performance examines ways in which experiences affect our perception of time. Four animated vignettes transform 2D elements—drawings, prints, and photographs—into a 3D environment. Each section explores a different theme; memory and aging, moments of awe, feeling of isolation, and dreaming life. Breathing movement into static imagery through digital animation, each vignette also includes live visual manipulation with shadow puppets and lights.

Hidden Rhythms
sound + image performance