MiffOnEdge seeks to blur lines between cinema, stationary arts

Visitors to the 16th annual Maine International Film Festival this year can meet at a new location — the intersection of moving pictures and stationary art.

MiffOnEdge, an installation of experimental video, music and kinetic sculpture, opened Saturday in the old post office building in downtown Waterville.

“A lot of people have preconceived notions of what cinema is or what a moving picture is. Here it’s a different kind of moving image than what people are used to experience,” Festival Director Shannon Haines said. “There are five video pieces and one mixed-media sculpture; it’s the newest part of program.”

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Nic Cha Kim

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