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Aug 5, 2020, 6PM–7PM

In Conversation: Matt Lavine and Lino Kino

Matt Lavine, Collision Gripper, 2020. Video (color, sound), 04:54 min.
About

Join Lino Kino members Matthew Ober and Marcus Maddox in conversation with Matt Lavine to discuss his work, Collision Gripper. Lavine is one of the eight artists selected by Lino Kino for the 21st edition of Open Video Call, an annual screening of curated videos by Philadelphia-area artists.

The conversation can be accessed via Zoom through the following link: https://upenn.zoom.us/j/94697688582

Live captioning will be provided for this program by Caption Access. Please contact Natalie Sandstrom, Program Coordinator, at nsand@ica.upenn.edu with any questions.

About the artist

Matt Lavine (b. 1996) integrates classic video synthesis techniques with video game engines to create immersive worlds and imagery. Collision Gripper is representative of Lavine’s interest in considering how video game engines relate to other art forms and what it means to create with them.

About Lino Kino

Lino Kino is a Philadelphia-based media arts collective dedicated to exploring new approaches to experimental art exhibition. Since the spring of 2018 Lino Kino has worked towards creating an open forum for film and electronic art in Philadelphia by hosting frequent screenings and performance events.