Intermission: Who Is Miss Roder

Charting the extremity of analogue and digital performance

A narrative in three parts where Miss Roder may or may not be revealed. Late at night in an old warehouse in Flinders Lane, Melbourne, a search will be conducted. Employing tactics of confusion, observation, surveillance, and confession, we look for the answers to the question; Who is Miss Roder?

Art Exhibition previously on in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 01 August 2008 to Saturday 02 August 2008

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Published by anonymous on Monday 09 June 2008.
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Artists from London, Chicago, Brisbane and Melbourne chart the extremity of analogue and digital performance, with influences including expanded cinema, noise, video mixing, and contemporary performance. Each work explores performance within cinema through various means—from the prepared screens of Guy Sherwin, the responsive environment played by Jon Pak, to the ritualised actions of Ben Russell. Intermission: Who is Miss Roder? will leave a lasting memory of captured images in a woven narrative that brings gesture, intervention, and feedback to the fore of the cinematic experience.

Intermission: Who is Miss Roder? is presented by the Melbourne International Film Festival and Greyspace, in association with OtherFilm.
Supported by Arts House

Program 1: Signs in the debris  
Stilted and banal, the consumed rituals of a cruel world
Vijay Thillaimuthu, SONE, Dirk de Bruyn, Ben Russell
Friday, August 1, 9.30 pm – 11.30 pm

Program 2: The sleight of hand
Illusionist constructions, light, and distorting lense


45 Downstairs, 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne