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Karl Lind: Videos, Collaborations & Unclassifiable Video Based Ephemera

With an eye and taste for the uncanny, Portland director Karl Lind’s videos expound upon the bizarre. Along with new surprises, the program will include 122 Random Seconds (2010), winner of the best documentary award at the 36th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival, which begins with an attempt to create an oddity and ends up documenting the bizarreness of reality; Lullaby (2003), which combines military found footage with techno beats to underscore an unstable relationship between art and war; Striping (2006), a collaboration with the poet Cat Tyc that describes “a hacked vcr remembering a poem”; and Fearless Leader (2012), a music video for Rustla featuring a demonic cult leader.

Appears in: Northwest Tracking

Genres: Experimental, Documentary