Program: Quixotic Quips, Friday, October 20, 2006 7:30PM

The Promise of Bio-Marketing the Human Mind


Carl Diehl – Experimental Found Footage Animation 2004 5:00 min Eugene,OR

Bio-Marketing is the latest trend in stealth marketing, and an effective alternative to traditional strategies. Nanobots have a powerful role to play when they are tastefully implemented and replace consumers’ intelligence. This exciting dramatization will help you envision the potential of life as a perpetual marketing event. 

Earning his BFA in Art Video from Syracuse University in 2000, Diehl has since produced works in live cinema, installation, sound art and single-channel format with exhibitions across the country. A partial listing of venues might include: The Portland Experimental and Documentary Film Festival, and Wooden Octopus Skull Pfest (Seattle), Other Cinema’s New Experimental Works (San Francisco), Spark Contemporary Art Space (Syracuse) and Monkeytown (Brooklyn). Currently, Diehl is a Graduate Teaching Fellow at the University of Oregon in Eugene, where he is pursuing his MFA in Digital Arts.