Watch a clip from "Mercurius," a "lunar impact crater" that shifts slowly between contradictory states. It melds the spiral form and earth colors to symbolize a paradoxical space between harmony and destruction. "Mercurius" received First Prize from the Punto y Raya Festival 2007 (Madrid), First Prize from Abstracta 2007 (Rome), the "Breaking Out of the Frame" Special Jury Prize of Amsterdam Film eXperience 2007, and Best Experimental Animation / Visual Music from Red Stick International Animation Festival 2008, Baton Rouge.

For the complete film, please visit http://vimeo.com/13392276

For more information about Bret Battey, please visit his website at http://www.mti.dmu.ac.uk/~bbattey/

This clip is an example of one of many works that are available for viewing in iotaCenter's Library & Study Center located in Culver City: http://www.iotacenter.org/program/research

To make a viewing appointment, please contact us at info@iotacenter.org

Please support independent and alternative film! iotaCenter is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All donations go to support our programs and exhibitions. For more information and to donate via PayPal, please visit http://www.iotacenter.org/support

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