This was an event that I missed, very sadly, due to a late night of work. However, I am familiar with some of the other films of Michel Auder. This event looked particularly interesting as it includes two versions of a work edited together from the same footage 30+ years apart. The willingness to go back into one’s oeuvre and re-edit is one of the great freedoms of working with moving images, but it is rarely ever done. When it comes to video work especially, there is a paradox in that video never really exists in a stable format — as a film might exist in a “print” –; but by this same token this assumes that one actually has the out-dated technology, or a digitized transfer. In Auder’s work, the effects of such re-editing seem to be particularly revealing. If anyone saw this, I would love to hear about.