Bad Video Art Festival
The Bad Video Art Festival proposes to study extreme forms of video art, and shows videos that are at the intersection of bad art, bad painting and bad cinema (B-movies, cult, camp, trash) but still have not been introduced as an independent category for profound studying.
The 2021 edition will screen at GalleryBOMBA in Moscow, Russia, and features a piece by HAWK MARTHA
Critical Signals is a quarterly program of digitized film and video works that are experimental or avant-garde in nature.
The May 14, 2021 edition will stream on Twitch, and features a piece by HAWK MARTHA.
MEANT SO MUCH TO ME
A new collage movie, featuring remixed, repurposed, refound & refried footage from a large array of sources, assembled to create a unified work of unique emotional resonance.
MEANT SO MUCH TO ME will have its world premiere on March 5th, at 8PM, at Cafe Mustache in Chicago (2313 N. Milwaukee Ave.)
ST. KATE’S FILMMAKER SHOW + TELL
Saint Kate’s Filmmaker Show + Tell is a monthly screening hosted + curated by Milwaukee, WI filmmakers.
February’s theme is LOVE + ROMANCE, and features a piece by HAWK MARTHA.
The 11th Festival of (In)appropriation
Founded in 2009 and curated by Jaimie Baron, Greg Cohen, and Lauren Berliner, the Festival of (In)appropriation is a yearly showcase of contemporary, short-form, audiovisual works that appropriate existing film, video, or other media and redeploy them in “inappropriate” and inventive ways.
This year’s program features a piece by HAWK MARTHA.