Panel Discussion: Going Analog in a Digital World

Nov 15, 2017 | 2017 Events

With the world saturated in a digital revolution, we have seen a resurgence in the use of analogue formats. This panel of artists and filmmakers will talk about how their choice in medium relates to their work and why celluloid is making a much welcomed comeback.

Panelists & Speaker Bios:

Daniel McIntyre

Daniel McIntyre is a celluloid-based artist working with concepts of memory, identity, and history. Working with hand-processing, found footage, and photographic techniques, his work involves a crucial connection between visual structure and subject matter. McIntyre holds an MFA from York University and exhibits worldwide at venues including Oberhausen, Cinematheque quebecoise, The British Film Institute, the Istanbul Modern, and the Museum of Moving Image. He is currently experimenting with organic film chemistry, animation techniques, and formal structures. 

Sandy McClennan

Sandy McClennan is a multidisciplinary artist thriving on reinvention. A Sheridan College Media Arts graduate.