Aggregate Space Gallery screens HOPPLA!!! in Oakland, CA
Over three weekends starting Friday, 7/21/17, HOPPLA!!! will be on view in loop form at the following location:
801 W. Grand
Entrance on West Street
Oakland, CA 94607
The video plays as part of the Aggregate Animated Shorts First Annual Film Festival.
Check their website for gallery hours. First Friday event is on August 4. Last day to view the festival is August 5.
Antwerp's Moving Pictures Festival awards HOPPLA!!! a Laurel
Social Justice Film Festival, Seattle---screening of HOPPLA
Festival runs Oct. 14-25, 2016. Details regarding HOPPLA!!! screening to follow.
HOPPLA!!! in New Delhi, India! Woodpecker Int'l Film Festival 2016.
Also, All Lights India International Film Festival in Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad.
Eddy Falconer at Krowswork, June 2016
center for video and visionary art
480 23rd Street-side entrance / Oakland California 94612
For details on the program, go to:
My video, STILL YOU MUST GO (10 min.) is installed in the space and also viewable on the page below.
HOPPLA!! wins Special Award for Motion Graphics, QWFF
HOPPLA!!! (animation by E.F.) to premiere at Queens World Film Festival 2016
Festival runs March 15-21, 2016, at venues in Long Island City and Jackson Heights, NY. Tickets are available via www.brownpapertickets.com
starting Feb. 1st.
Please visit www.queensworldfilmfestival.com for information to come!
About HOPPLA: this piece was realized between 2009 and 2015, with some stills, sketches, and clips viewable on this site and on vimeo during its
development. It was sometimes known, as it took form, as DADA DEATH. There are still a few fragments of the process present here. The completed animation---not a play, not an app, not a game---is 21:33 min. long.
at KROWSWORK, a center for video and visionary art, Oakland, Jan. 1-10 2016
"The Most Beautiful Journeys of Eduardo," a film-and-digital-based collage, is on view at Krowswork in early 2016.
"A 10-day special exhibition celebrating the artwork of the supporters of Krowswork's year-long residency, plus the world premiere of FARM, directed by Dale Hoyt and produced by David Lawrence: a video in Cinema 3D...."
"....Festival runs through January 10th, and the gallery will also be open January 1st 3-7; January 2nd 1-5; January 8th 4-8
+ special musical performance by Paloma Modupe from 8-9pm; January 9th 1-5; and closing January 10, 2-4pm."
480 23rd Street - side entrance
Oakland, California 94612
Two 1996 paintings to appear in print, full color!
Madness and Oppression:
Paths to Personal Transformation and Liberation
---A Mad Maps Guide by The Icarus Project
Two of the many illustrations are by me.
April 2015---MADNESS AND OPPRESSION: Digital Art Show of The Icarus Project
I have four pieces in the upcoming showcase of art by members of The Icarus Project. Details and link to show coming soon.
SPINELESS DEITIES at Vortex Room, San Francisco, CA USA
On Sept 15, 2014, the legendary Vortex Room at 1082 Howard in San Francisco held its final, closing event. SPINELESS DEITIES by Eddy Falconer played at the get together alongside films by Gary Fembot, Jill Reiter, Heather McCollom, and Wally Fields...Eddy and Lx Rudis documented the proceedings on video and so a new project is in the works that will make use of that footage. Something for later!
"SPINELESS DEITIES" at Entzaubert festival in Berlin in July!
Dates of the festival are 7/2-7/6. This year's festival will run from the 2nd to the 6th of July in Berlin at two locations across the street from each other - the open air Wagonplaces (Caravan Communes) of Schwarzer Kanal and Karpfenteichstr.
SPINELESS DEITIES plays Sunday, 7/6 at 8 pm as part of a program of short films.
Entzaubert is in its 7th year and is a Queer/DIY/International festival.
2014: "Grandes Toilettes de Ville" at Agency for Unrealized Projectss
Queens World Film Festival 2014
SPINELESS DEITIES, nominated for Unique Vision Award, screened on March 8th in the "New Vistas" block of movies at NY's own Queens World Film Festival:
The block included films by three other makers and begins at 2:45 pm in the Secret Theater, 4402 23rd Street Long Island City, NY 11101
A 1968 transplant to San Francisco from Cambridge, MA, Eddy Falconer designs and documents worlds and their characters in a variety of idioms. Starting out artistically in New York as a writer of sci-fi and a comics artist with some ephemeral publications and performance actions, Eddy moved to Berlin with a Hi-8 squatter documentary in hand on the cusp of German Reunification and stayed 6-7 years. While shooting epic length Super-8 movies and painting, Eddy invented multiple artistic personae including the characters Eduardo Falcone and, still emerging these many years later, Pia Ford. From 1992-95 there was study in theatrical set design at the then-HdK. In 1997 Eddy began work with George Coates at his theater in San Francisco, as Associate Director, collaborating to bring six productions to completion, including Wittgenstein on Mars; the popular cult staging of Valerie Solanas’ long-lost play, Up Your Ass; and the cable TV series Better Bad News. In 2007 Eddy’s live action video, Ibéria, grew out of a phase of digital retooling and involvement with spoken word and latter-day punk performance worlds. Beginning in 2011, a series of short animated and experimental pieces has screened in New York at the Queens World Film Festival, two of them garnering awards. Eddy was also an original, founding member of the mutual aid organization, The Icarus Project.