Eden Osucha speaks with filmmaker Natalie Bookchin about the phenomenon of video self-portraiture in the internet age, and what it means for resistance and identity.
The intangibility of memory, the diversity of grief, and the anguish of remembrance are laid bare for the public in “Anguish: The Misgivings of Remembrance” at the ICA at MECA. by Veronica A. Perez
Aimee Goguen is a video artist and experimental animator working and living in Los Angeles. Meg Hahn asks her five quick questions about her work.
Ann Hirsch will probably defy most expectations of a feminist artist thinking about gender, social media, and the implications of shame and display.
Jessica Hankey’s photographic and video work on non-profits, community centers, clubs, and museums, investigates institutions and the relationships that constitute them. Using documentary and narrative filmmaking strategies, she investigates the unstable relationship between location, image, and perception. by Erin Colleen Johnson