Edge of Frame: Signal to Noise
A selection of extraordinary experiments exploring sound and music in various interesting ways.
Edge of Frame started life as a blog on experimental animation written by artist and curator Edwin Rostron, and last year grew into a boundary-hopping weekender at the Whitechapel Gallery and Close-Up Cinema. We asked Rostron to put together a special Optical Sound-inspired programme of shorts, and he’s delivered the goods with a selection of extraordinary experiments exploring sound and music in various interesting ways. Includes animators making music, abstraction and noise, songs sung badly and beautifully, and a rare 16mm screening of Barry Spinello’s 1969 Soundtrack made with hand-painted image and hand-painted sound.
Dir: Sabrina Ratté, Canada 2014, 4 mins
Dir: Jonathan Hodgson, UK 1982, 6 mins
Ode to Lumpy
Dir: Lilli Carré, US 2014, 4 mins
Siniestro del Jefe
Dir: Anibal Bley, Chile 2015, 5 mins
Dir: Amy Lockhart, US 2014 5 mins
Dir: Jonathan Gillie, UK 2017, 3 mins
Dir: Run Wrake, UK 1994, 5 mins
Dir: Barry Spinello, US 1969, 10 mins
Dir: Emily Hubley, US 1993, 5 mins
Noisy Licking, Dribbling and Spitting (16mm)
Dir: Vicky Smith, UK 2014, 3 mins
GREEN | RED
Dir: Peter Burr, US 2014, 10 mins
Let Your Light Shine
Dir: Jodie Mack, US 2013, 3 mins
Please note this event contains flashing imagery.