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9 Intervals

Film/Video

9 Intervals

(Aurélien Froment, 2012)

Wed, Mar 27, 2013 7 PM

This series of shorts uses the viewer’s seated position as their starting point. French artist Aurélien Froment creates a parody-like, minimalist look at the ergonomics of cinema chairs. 

9 Intervals examines those seats’ construction and offers commentary from film enthusiasts, yoga instructors, and osteopaths. The series was designed to be screened before feature films; we’ll be showing the shorts as one program, along with a taped introduction by esteemed film scholar Tom Gunning. (app. 75 mins., DCP)

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