MICROSCOPE GALLERY / RUNNING REBEL STUDIOS, BROOKLYN, NY, US : January 7th 2013
Microscope Gallery presented ‘now what’, a night of screening and moving image performance curated from an international open call. The 3 programs included a wide-range of mostly new and recent works from established to emerging artists working with Super 8mm or 16mm film, digital video, video games, appropriated footage (from YouTube, Google and other sources), music video, performance, and more. The night also featured 5 live projection performances, most presented for the first time including multi-screen, live sound, multiple projectors, and dance.
WITH WORKS BY:
Albert Alcoz & Alberto Cabrera Bernal / Rachelle Beaudoin / Will Bragger / Josh Bricker / Seth Indigo Carnes / Nicola Joanne Carter / Katie Cercone / CocoRose & Sonny / Sam Cooke / Clint Enns / Paul D’Agostino / Brian Patrick Franklin / Erin Grant / Klara Jirkova / Devon Johnson / Timothy P. Kerr / Cory Kram / Denise Iris / Ellie Irons / JaeWook Lee / Jodie Mack / Jason Martin / James G. Mattise / Kevvy Metal / Ellen Mueller / Adam Paradis / Nicholas Parish / Metrah Pashaee / Peter Rose / Jennae Santos / Michael Szpakowski / Alysse Stepanian / Angela Washko / Tina Willgren / Kit Yi Wong
LIVE PROJECTION PERFORMANCES BY:
Jeanne Liotta / Tara Merenda Nelson / Margaret Rorison / Joel Schlemowitz / Stephanie Wuertz
DROVE (OR THE DEVIL IS IN THE DANCE) 
My short film entitled Drove (or the Devil is in the Dance)  was selected from over 350 international submissions for the “now what” event. This event was curated by Microscope Gallery and took place on January 7th 2013 at Running Rebel Studios, Brooklyn NY, US.
SPECS / DESCRIPTION:
Nicola Joanne Carter, digital video, colour, silent, 2:42 min, 2012
On a midwinters night a solitary hare runs along a remote country road, we (the viewer) apparently driving the animal, chasing closely in some unknown vehicle. We watch her movements, the wild mesmerizing dance, in and out of frame, illuminated only by our headlights and the full moon…
Shortly, we pause, kill our engine, allow the beast some respite, to trvail some distance ahead, escape out pursuit…but here now a shift, an eerie exchange, the hare has not made its escape, instead she too has paused, she seems to wait for us, crouching in the shadows…Is it now we who follow? We who are led onwards into darkness by this mysterious nighttime traveller? Who is driving who? What are we witness to in this encounter?