Mammaries
2016, 3:59, SD video

This performance of Barbra Streisand’s 1973 hit single, “The Way We Were”, pairs a play on the word “memories” with a unique combination of real-time image and sound processing tools to evoke nostalgia for outmoded technologies.  The image is processed by rescanning a replica of Nam June Paik's historic “Wobbulator”, built by Jason Bernagozzi.  Panzarino’s voice is processed by “The Nipulator 2.0”, a custom-built, wireless electronic bra created by the artist that uses hardware potentiometers (or knobs), a DJ Hero microcontroller, and a Max/MSP software patch.  The left "nipple" of the bra manipulates the frequency of Panzarino’s voice in real-time, while the right "nipple" adds reverb.


Public Exhibitions/Screenings:

2018

SCREEN2018: A Durational Screening of Video and Moving Image WorksUMass Amherst, Amherst, MA (forthcoming)

Winnipeg Underground Film FestivalWinnipeg Cinematheque, Winnipeg, Canada

Portland Underground Film FestivalThe Clinton Street Theater, Portland, OR

Milwaukee Underground Film FestivalCompany Brewing, Milwaukee, WI

Athens International Film + Video FestivalThe Athena Cinema, Athens, OH

Experiments in CinemaGuild Cinema, Albuquerque, NM

That One Film FestivalCornerstone Center for the Arts, Muncie, IN

No Nation Art LaboratoryLavamoatumbá, Bogotá, Colombia

2017

Frequency FridaysThe Fuse Factory Electronic and Digital Arts Lab, Columbus, OH

Transient Visions: Festival of the Moving ImageSpool Contemporary Art Space, Johnson City, NY

Not a Rehearsal; In Flux of Upturned PleasureEl Museo De Los Sures, Brooklyn, NY

Chicago Underground Film FestivalThe Logan Theater, Chicago, IL

European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany

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