PRESERVATION 

Preservation is a collaborative audiovisual project that premiered at the Lincoln Center Atrium on February 2nd, 2017. Featuring a 40 minute film that immerses the viewer in a world of impressionistic vignettes using dance and microscopy to investigate themes of change, transformation, and reoccurring patterns found in nature. With a score composed by musician/composer Tommy Crane (of the band Late Bloomer and member of Port St. Willow) and performed live with Eliot Krimsky and Colin Killalea, Crane’s original score echoes the film using analog synthesizers and improvisational elements to create dynamic ambient soundscapes centered around a percussive counterpoint. 

director TRACY MAURICE
music composition THOMAS ALTON CRANE
vocals, synthesizer, bass COLIN KILLALEA
synthesizers ELIOT KRIMSKY

producer/ep SACH BAYLIN-STERN
production manager SHAHRZAD EZZ
production company ANTLER FILMS INC.
director of photography (dance) RAPHAEL OUELLET
director of photography (microscopy footage) TRACY MAURICE
focus puller KARINE SIMARD
lighting technician MÉNAD KESRAOUI
stem mixes ANDREW DUNN
choreographer AMY GARDNER
featuring ALEXANDER HILLE & SASKYA PAUZÉ-BÉGIN
special thanks to: MEERA DUGAL @ LINCOLN CENTER, CINEGROUND, CINEPOOL, RAPHAEL SIMARD & ERIC BELANGER.
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FORMATIONS

A short experimental film and photo series that is a meditation on the movement of bubbles in water and the growth of sodium acetate crystals. Set to an instrumental score composed by Thomas Alton Crane.  

director TRACY MAURICE
music composition THOMAS ALTON CRANE
acoustic bass GREG CHUDZIK
space guitar SIMON JERMYN
piano, farfisa DAVID MOORE
drums & cymbals THOMAS ALTON CRANE
recorded by COLIN KILLALEA
mixed/mastered by  ANDREW DUNN 

Created at Residency Unlimited as part of Special Features 2015. Program is supported by public funds from New York State Council on the arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. And the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.