Pensacola Museum of Art & ACRE TV - JumbleTron

Sara Condo, Spaceship Earth, 2018 (still)

ACRE TV / Online at
November 8 – December 31, 2018
JumbleTron LIVE: November 8, 2018, 8:30-9:30 pm CST

CUBED: Luminous
Pensacola Museum of Art / University of West Florida Museum Plaza
Festival Dates: November 8-11, 2018
JumbleTron LIVE: November 8, 2018, 8:30-9:30 pm CST

JumbleTron is a two-part video show crafted for public, large-scale screens in Pensacola, Florida (as a part of the CUBED: Luminous Festival, November 8-11), that features a roster of some of the most dynamic artists that ACRE TV has been itching to collaborate with since our last big group show in December 2016. JumbleTron will also broadcast online at from November 8th to December 31st.

Part one — JUMBLE — features 12 video works by Sara Condo, Zachary Epcar, Mark Kent, Iris McCloughan, Lydia Moyer, Amina Ross, Sheida Soleimani, Darryl Terrell, and Lili White, reformatted for an 18’x12’x12’ LCD prism: A dazzling, buzzing, and spectacular program that spins, skins, and surveys themes of human/animal/environmental cohabitation.

Part two — TRON — is four collections of video works reformatted for 8’x8’ projections: Full of human bodies and breath, this part moves slower, dances in the ways and waves, finding limits in human scale. Carl Elsaesser and Sandy Williams IV are each showing durational series that add up to more than a day and a half of video, exploring time and persistence. Danny Giles and Richard Haley have imaged the human body, or something like it, standing tall against external forces of nature and surveillance.

JumbleTron was curated by Kera MacKenzie and Andrew Mausert-Mooney (video artists and co-directors of ACRE TV) and Joseph Herring (House Pencil Green, video and performance artist and frequent collaborator with ACRE TV).