Joyce Wieland – Hand Tinting (1967, 6m)
Vincent Grenier – Tabula Rasa (1993-2004, 8 m)
Stephen Broomer – Pepper’s Ghost (2013, 18m)
Alison Kobayashi – Dan Carter (2006, 15m)
Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby – Being Fucked Up (2001, 10m)
Tess Takahashi is Scholar in Residence at the Filmmaker’s Co-op in New York for 2015. She is an independent Toronto-based scholar who writes on experimental media, film, art installation, and performance and is working on a book titled Impure Film: Medium Specificity and the North American Avant-Garde (1968-2008). She is a member of the editorial collective for the feminist film journal Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media and a member of the experimental media programming collective, Pleasure Dome.
A Dark Room is an occasional screening series curated by Ekrem Serdar, who is a filmmaker & programmer from Ankara, Turkey. He completed his MFA at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. He frequently shows his work with the Küçük Sinemalar group, and is a co-founder of Experimental Response Cinema in Austin, TX. He is currently based in Buffalo, NY.