A Field Guide to the Endangered Experimental Motion Graphics is a 16mm cinema-show-safari through the weirder regions of hand-crafted, camera-free direct animation made by Devon Damonte, visiting artist from Olympia, Washington State. Featuring new works: “Auroroborous,” a projection performance using photograms of snakeskin sheddings plus The Nozzle; and “Stalking the Wild Washi,” a whirlwind AV slide-film tour through the wild kingdom of animal-printed graphic tapes. Also on view is a selection of new film loops, including photograms of beach glass and agates, letterpress-on-film, “The Artifacts of Life” a group film made entirely of once living things stuck directly onto film leaders, and presenting Lustroware Lacecraft, the funcraft for all ages, now in motion!