2scottS: Scott Slack & Scott Randolph

“Broadcasting From Earth”
 In Residence: April 12 – May 7, 2004
Opening Reception: May 7, 5:30 – 8:30pm
Exhibition: continues through June 19, 2004 

Scott Slack has been a filmmaker and digital artist since his graduation from the Film and Television program at New York University. He has worked as a professional editor, filmmaker, installation artist and educator. His projects have been screened on PBS and at such festivals as the Cannes Film Festival and the Boston Film Festival.

Scott Randolph is an artist and educator, with a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has worked extensively as a recording and performing musician and sound engineer. His work includes designing for a children’s clothing line, metal sculpture, installations, soundtrack composing, radio, filmmaking and animation.

In 2002, the 2scottsS founded the Taos Media Center to teach the skills of film, video and music production to teens. They have also been active in the Taos Talking Picture Film Festival, organizing and running the internationally recognized Teen Media Conference.

Residency Description
The 2scottS will lead a Learning Lab using video, sound and art as a way to explore the shifting interconnections that make up our world. By using the trains that exist on the other side of the wall here at PlatteForum as a metaphor for the containers that we all are, they will create a framework to explore issues of community, social patterns and connections, chance and change.

They propose a finished installation that will incorporate work from students, themselves, sculptural pieces and an interactive environment that will take the gallery visitor on a journey outside of normal linear experience.

By using TVs, video projection, surveillance cameras, sound systems and sculpture, their installation will serve as a frame work to explore the physical and mental landscape that PlatteForum inhabits – from the real to the virtual; the past to the future; the interior to the exterior.

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