Christine Lucy Latimer

Fraction Refrain (for Loeser, Evans and Snow)

An auto-mechanized directive for mapping a microcosmic landscape.
Using cut-glass filters on a broken VHS camera, I traverse the terrain of a vintage pinball machine using mechanical movements reminiscent of Michael Snow’s La Region Centrale. (Dedicated to Mark Loeser, Justin Evans and Michael Snow).

A special commission for Graphical Recordings, with selected moving-image artists responding to POEM (1957) by Michael Snow (full text provided below)

POEM, 1957
It stayed
Where I saw it
Then it moved a fraction
To the left and then twice that
Distance again further and further

Then just faintly
A corner of it just a fraction
Was visible if you peered
Very very closely
And just as
it was

– Michael Snow

Still Feeling Blue About Colour Separation

This film rephotographs over 200 internet-sourced images of ‘Macbeth ColorChecker’ cards on to super-8mm cyanotype emulsion. Macbeth Cards (precision tools in colour film processing), were a popular accessory for small-gauge Kodachrome filmmakers in the 1970’s. They have since been re-adopted by contemporary digital photographers, who use them to compare lighting scenarios on internet blogs and forums.

Tracing the history of the colour calibration card through many lenses, I effectively remove all colours, save one.

Cory Dahn


Parallel (January-May)

The place of childhood,
of maturity.
Hearing, moving,
thinking, doing.
Act of nothing,
And with light,
time travels parallel.

“Parallel” was shot and recorded between January and March of 2014. The film acts as a personal document of time spent between Ithaca, NY and South Orange, NJ.


Occurrences of Light

A memory.
Present, passing,
Lucid, opaque,
Reflections, recollections,
Occurrences of Light.


October Artists – Christine Lucy Latimer and Cory Dahn

During the month of October, the Media Wall will  feature four new works on video and film by Christine Lucy Latimer and Cory Dahn.


Christine Lucy Latimer is an avant-garde filmmaker and photographer. Her work in the past decade has been featured across 5 continents in over 200 film festivals and gallery exhibitions. She currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.

Cory Dahn studied cinema at Ithaca College, graduating in 2014 with decent grades. His interests include jazz music, 60s psychadelica, rock & roll, hockey, art deco, analog photography, anime, vaporwave, camping, hiking, memphis milano, CRT TVs, art house cinema, laying in grass, sleeping well, Mad Men, and the Fast & Furious series.

Thank you for your submissions

Submissions are closed for the 2015-2016 academic year. We are absolutely overwhelmed by the level of interest and quality of work that we received . Selections for the season are being finalized and all artists will be notified very soon. Submissions will reopen in the Spring.