David Lebrun combines techniques of animation, documentary, and experimental and anthropological film to explore the art, architecture, cosmology and history of cultures ancient and modern. His features, including Proteus and Breaking the Maya Code, have been exhibited from Sundance to Tehran and received major international awards. The evening’s program of short films explores the boundary between still and moving images in formats ranging from variable-speed 8mm to 4K multiscreen arrays. Included are several premieres from Four Worlds, an epic cycle of films that synthesizes images of objects made between the Paleolithic and late Middle Ages into contemplative and revelatory aesthetic experiences.
[Lebrun’s work lies] at the intersection of ritual, anthropology and expanded vision.