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Notes – ARENA – VIDEO AND BEYOND (CORTONA ON THE MOVE FESTIVAL) by Roland Dahwen Wu

July 11 opening.

INFO

Cantonese translation and voiceover: Shao Way Wu
Italian translation: Valentina Scaramella
Curator: Liza Faktor
Supported by the Regional Arts & Culture Council

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Notes – «Traveler's Ode» video in Poetry NW by Roland Dahwen Wu

Poetry NW published Dao Strom’s video «Traveler’s Ode» this month.

LINK TO PUBLICATION

Video credits:

Traveler's Ode
music & words: Dao Strom
director: Roland Dahwen
director of photography: Edward Pack Davee
sound recording & mixing: sidony o’neal, Dao Strom, Jim Han
mastered by Timothy Stollenwerk at Stereophonic Mastering
with thanks to Kyle Macdonald
with project support from Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) & Creative Capital Foundation
filmed at Satsop Power Plant, Elma WA
video produced by Patuá Films
daostrom.com
patuafilms.com



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Notes – Screening of «Traveler's Ode» «Three Moons» and «We are all the production line (part V)» by Roland Dahwen Wu

Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s screening at the De-Canon Library at Milepost 5. Special thanks to Dao, Neil, Kyle, Lincoln, Ted, and everyone who made the event possible.

The «Traveler’s Ode» video will be released online soon by Poetry NW.

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Notes – videos in Amsterdam by Roland Dahwen Wu

The FIELD THEORIES videos that I worked on for Samiya Bashir (with keyon gaskin) were recently part of keyon’s NASHA festival in Amsterdam. These are very special artists and I am fortunate to have contributed a small part to this.

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Notes – Field Day #2 (home school + Cooley Gallery) by Roland Dahwen Wu

thanks to manuel arturo abreu, Stephanie Snyder, Kevin Holden, Victoria, Steven, the Cooley Gallery, and everyone involved in home school's FIELD DAY #2 that happened yesterday. 

i gave a workshop on hospitality and the limits of cinema.

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