SCORES for Film and Video



2015, 2 1/2 minutes, Super 8 to video

Mosaic artist Jeffrey Bale, described by the New York Times as a ‘rock star’, transformed a former Portland crack house into a stone art paradise, an urban sanctuary and bird haven. Crack House, edited in camera, is a cosmic burst of color and sound created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the introduction of Super 8 film. 

score: Lisa Schonberg
cinematographer and edit: Vanessa Renwick
sound engineer: Anthony Brisson


Rearing Anartia by Robert Silberglied and Annette Aiello, 1976. 8 mm film.
Colias by Robert Silberglied and Chip Taylor, 1971. 16mm film.

Music by Kristina Dutton & Lisa Schonberg. Mixed by Anthony Brisson. Original footage held at the Smithsonian Institution Archives. Digitization sponsored by Dr. Arnaud Martin (George Washington University) and the National Science Foundation.

Rearing Anartia and Sulfur Butterflies are 8-16mm films documenting the work of lepidopterist Robert Silberglied in the 1970s. Rearing Anartia features Silberglied and entomologist Annette Aiello's field research at the Barro Colorado Island field station in Panama. Colias features Silberglied and Chip Taylor conducting research in southwest Arizona. Silberglied's untimely death in a plane crash left behind an undiscovered body of work, including these two films. These films are an early testimony of how creative scientists intended to communicate their passion for the study of nature to broad audiences.

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