11-20 April 2013

Deanna Erdmann’s piece Quartet for the End of Time is screening on
Saturday, April 13th @ 8 pm
http://www.imagesfestival.com/calendar.php?event_id=1059&production_id=3...

Various locations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Established in 1987, the Images Festival is the largest festival in North America for experimental and independent moving image culture, showcasing the innovative edge of international contemporary media art both on and off the screen. Images has presented thousands of vanguard media-based projects in its 24-year history and is committed to an expanded concept of film and video practice: Alongside film and video screenings (ON SCREEN), the festival presents groundbreaking live performances (LIVE IMAGES), media art installations (OFF SCREEN) in local galleries and new media projects by many renowned Canadian and international artists. Images provides audiences with an annual extravaganza of contemporary moving image culture.

http://www.imagesfestival.com/index.php


Quartet for the End of Time
Deanna Erdmann, 2012, 11 min, Video, USA

A photographic archive of a landscape in peril, Quartet For the End of Time is composed of 1,700 photographs taken by the filmmaker in the jungles of the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia. Considered to be one of the last true wilderness areas in Southeast Asia, it is the home of many endangered species. Erdmann's photographs combine to create a dynamic tapestry, a symphony of green.

Deanna Erdmann is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. She received her MFA (2008) from University of California, San Diego, where she was a Russel Grant recipient, and her BA (2002) from UC Irvine. Her work has been included in exhibitions and screenings at the Hammer Museum, Luis De Jesus, Patrick Painter, REDCAT, Angels Gate Cultural Center, LACE, Kavi Gupta Berlin, Sundown Salon, Lui Velasquez, Honor Fraser, compactspace and The New Children’s Museum San Diego. In 2012, she received the Center for Cultural Innovation Artist Resource Completion Grant. Upcoming her work will be included at Images Festival, Toronto Canada and Move In at Honor Fraser Gallery in Los Angeles.

For more on Deanna Erdmann, please visit her website at:
www.deannaerdmann.com