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Lewis Klahr is a professor at CalArts and one of the most active avant garde artists working in the U.S. Sixty Six is a collection of 12 short films that he made from 2002 to 2015. Klahr makes an ambitious attempt to transform the prototypes and icons of myths by fusing Greek myth with 60 short images that he imagined. He takes material from pop culture like magazines, comic books, catalogs, photographs and design books to form a collage of images in various ways to make a new story. In Sixty Six, he connects comic book heroes to mythical figures or mixes lines with characters. This type of fusion refreshes the relationship between old myths and products of contemporary culture to present a new kind of experience as you follow the alignment of visual ideas where mythical characters meet artistic creativity. (JANG Byungwon)
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Born in 1956, USA. Wednesday Morning Two A.M.(2009) was awarded a Tiger Award for Best Short Film at the 2010 International Film Festival Rotterdam. Erigone´s Daughter(2014) was screened at BFI London International Film Festival and The Occidental Hotel(2014) at New York Film Festival 2014. Sixty Six was officially selected at International Film Festival Rotterdam, Gothenburg Film Festival and Hong Kong International Film Festival.
Organized in 12 chapters, Sixty Six is the culmination of Klahr’s decades-long work in collage filmmaking. The film is a hypnotic dream of 70s Pop, Elliptical tales of noir and classic Greek mythology.