A very brief biography of Helen Frankenthaler.
8 minutes 46 seconds
White presentation is composed entirely of found images/video from the internet
Brown Sugar: A Gospel of Apopriation.
"A Story" based on an interview with my grandmother, describing the place where light never changes, and people stroll through the dust, where a thousand miles of river hidden in the fog. To the first place I have been, but don’t know much about.
The video is from a video installation. The project traces the contours of the complex set of public and private acts of memory through a series of drawing exercises.
5 minutes 7 seconds
This is a documentation video of The (Patched) Question.
In the examination of the in-between, a ghost is interviewed.
7 minutes 22 seconds
A narrator tells a story about how a gap was created and the complications of its presence.
An animation about a Danish hill side based on a painting from the peiod of National Romanticism in Denmark (mid 1800s).
Start the Forgetting Machine explores how various photographic archive are actively engaged in the effort to resist dominant and oppressive narratives in Palestine and Israel.
4 minutes 14 seconds
4 minutes 14 seconds
A question of the constructed reality. Credits to Meret Bhend and Allison Hung
2 minutes 27 seconds
A failed attempt of engaging with CCTVs to give a reconsideration of surveillance in public space.
2 minutes 52 seconds
A collaboration between Elizabeth Preger and Anna Barrie inspired by early surrealist experimental films
8 minutes 23 seconds
Mr. Fox tells the story of a young boy dealing with his parents divorce, and how this event manifests itself in his imagination and his interactions with his surroundings.
Take a peak at the art and philosophy of cardboard street artist Calder Greenwood.
Winner of best Narrative Short at the Pan African Film Festival. CA$HOUT explores how internalized racism and social media is affecting African Women.
3 minutes 2 seconds
3 minutes 25 seconds
Miki the Beluga performs two songs from its upcoming album.
People got very Freudian when analyzing the paintings, but that wasn’t what I was doing. I said “No, no, I’m just showing things relating to other things. ‘Accident, Argument’, get it?” I realized I had to shut down these reactions and make it very clear. But people would still say “oh it’s very funky”, which was code for ‘Californian’, and if you were a New York artist, you didn’t really want to be Californian. That was the kiss of death.
Shipwrecked in an aquatic triangle fiction made by Columbus, Ohio, rapturously banal late Capitalism and dark web Christopher Columbus tube porn, an increasingly hysterical and dazed explorer, Sea Sea, descends into rum-fueled fantasies and regales the void with amateurish auto-psychoanalysis that doubles down as historical analysis. A performance, with objects.
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