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Keith D. Evans

Working in a combination of film and installation Keith Evans presents new works that might be best described as “wonder devices.” His idiosyncratic cinematic systems are assembled by hand from a combination of old film projectors, televisions and sound devices. Rather like kinetic models of alternate or imaginary solar systems, the devices suggest the movement of bodies and objects through spatial relationships. Evans’ mysterious works display the phenomenon and the idea of cinema as a technological system, one that is unfixed and accreting, neither nostalgic nor utopian.