Absent—or Something Like That | Chicago Reader

Absent—or Something Like That

An interesting, varied, and often appealing program of experimental short films and videos. Shuk-Shan Lee's The Sky When It Is a Sunny Day—at 18 minutes, the longest entry in the bunch—is a lyrical look at the lives and hobbies of a few blind people, and I especially liked one of the music videos by Kirstin Grieve, made for the band Low, which mixes close-ups of musical details with slow-motion footage of boys playing in piles of autumn leaves. Also on the program, Andy Grieve and Justin Allen's Red Breath; Carolyn Faber's Iota (1998); Mary Roland's The Cabbie (1998); Akiko Iwakawa's Swing/Everything I Wanted (1997); Amie Siegel's silent Inclusum Labor Illustrat (1996), which is mainly about fetuses; and Chris Eichenseer's Goodbye and Rewind (1998).

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