Black Hole Cinematheque in Oakland, a microcinema and archive which since 2011 has held free weekly screenings focusing on international experimental/avant garde moving images. Check him our on: Vimeo
palms (2011, 3 minutes, super 8mm)
A california portrait. Obscured investigation of the myth of “paradise”. Palm trees are a non-native plant species to california, and their roots span equal parts as far underground as the trees tower above the earth. Within this, an overlapping symbology.
year of the rabbit (2011, 3 minutes, super 8mm)
A new year's ritual, in night and rain.
moyah pravda newsreel (2011. 11 mins, dual channel super 8mm)
Fragments of overlapping struggle in oakland, ca
the arc of the sun (2014, 3 mins, 16mm)
An in-camera study of the Sun Ra Arkestra under the direction of Marshall Allen, bending light and space with spectral cameos illuminated in the void.
every second has been dreamed of many times before (2014, 3 mins, triple-channel 16mm)
A projector/sound performance born out of several collaborations with movement artists; Sophia Wang and Brontez Purnell - and poet; Bernadette Mayer. made in conversation with Mayer's epic writing experiment, Studying Hunger Journals.
no translation (2009/2015, 15 mins, super 8mm)
tracing a constellation of untranslatable occurrence and disparate, persistent memory through Berlin, New York, Mexico City and the mountains of San Luis Potosi.
hexagram (2015, 5 mins, dual channel 16mm)
Using 64 xeroxed hexagrams of the I Ching as point of departure for filmic divination.
tetradic moons (2015, 5 mins, dual channel 16mm)
Xeroxed printed stroboscopic study of the lunar form, born of occult numerology and obscured biography.
light of the tulpa (2015, 5 mins, 16mm)
An investigation based on the mystical study of color undertaken in Besant and Leadbeater's 1901 book Thought Forms.
blood signs (2015, 5 mins, 16mm)
"we don't want rosy films — we want them the color of blood."-Jonas Mekas
"Red is the most joyful and dreadful thing in the physical universe; it is the fiercest note, it is the highest light, it is the place where the walls of this world of ours wear the thinnest and something beyond burns through."-G.K. Chesterton