Unexposed No. 10: Jeremy Moss | The Pit | Screen: Special Showings | Indy Week

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Unexposed No. 10: Jeremy Moss

When: Tue., Jan. 6, 7:30 p.m. 2015

UNEXPOSED NO. 10: JEREMY MOSS | THE PIT, DURHAM | TUESDAY, JAN. 6

Filmmakers Brendan and Jeremy Smyth just wrapped up the first year of Unexposed, their excellent series of free experimental film screenings and filmmaker Q&As in Durham. Wasting no time, they kick off the second year with an evening of seven videos from Pennsylvania's Jeremy Moss, whose work has appeared in festivals throughout the globe. In these energetic shorts, where formats from 16mm to Super 8 have been transferred to digital, Moss eschews temporal narrative in favor of white hot points of poetic, abstract visual and auditory experience. But the human form still features: (Un)tethered spins a concentric web of perspective around a dancing figure in an abandoned mill; Chroma disarticulates another lone figure in stuttering framing and color. Dancers and cameras seem to compete for kinetic dominance. The program lasts about 60 minutes, with a cocktail hour starting at 6:30. 7:30 p.m., free, 321 W. Geer St., 352-318-5872, www.durhamunexposed.tumblr.com. —Brian Howe

Price: free

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