Brakhage Luncheon Series 2022

Brakhage Center Luncheon Series Spring 2022

Feb. 13, 2022

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Chris Pearce

Expressionism and Personal Narrative September 18 Responding to a very complicated childhood, and a previous education in cellular biology, Chris Pearce's films explore personal narrative and biomedical ethics. He has been making and teaching animation for 20 years and his work has been shown in festivals and galleries nationally and...

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Kelly Sears

Animation, Appropriation, and Abstraction October 9 Kelly Sears is an experimental animator who reframes American archetypes and institutions to reimagine our own social and political legacy. Through combining animated photographic and cinematic documents with speculative storytelling, each of her films contains recognizable cultural narratives that take fictional twists, as history...

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Stacey Steers

Aug. 7, 2019

Animation and Surrealism November 8 Stacey Steers will present 3 short animated films from across 15 years of process-focused filmmaking. In her handmade films, Steers works to undercut cultural biases in film representation and to return agency and independence to historic portrayals of women. She experiments with new forms of...


Video Works by Dan Boord and Luis Valdovino

Sept. 11, 2018

Friday, September 28th, 12 to 1pm, in ATLAS 311 Dan Boord Professor Emeritus, Critical Media Practices Luis Valdovino Professor, Department of Art and Art History Dan Boord is a professor Emeritus in the Department of Critical Media Practices and Luis Valdovino is a professor in the Art & Art History...


Teri Rueb

Sept. 5, 2018

Pause/Play: Notes on Mediated Walking and Listening Monday, October 22nd, 12-1pm, ATLAS 311 Professor of Critical Media Practices Her scholarly writings have been published by MIT Press, Routledge, and the University of Minnesota. Writings about her work have appeared widely and most notably in anthologies and survey texts such as...


Stephanie Spray

Recent Documentary Work on Nature/Culture in the Labor of Science and Conservation Monday, November 5th, 12-1pm, ATLAS 311 Assistant Professor of Critical Media Practices In this luncheon series, Stephanie Spray will talk about ongoing work on two films in-progress, Edge of Time , which she shot aboard a scientific drilling...

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Ana Baer Carrillo

Sept. 3, 2017

Cinema, Movement, Dance Assistant Professor, Dept. of Theatre and Dance Texas State University Site Specific Screendance Monday, September 18, 12:00-1:00, in ATLAS 311 Screendance is a relatively new discipline that merges arts and technology, and more specifically film, or video and dance. Since its inception in the 1950s, Screendance has...

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Erika Randall

Sept. 2, 2017

Cinema, Movement, Dance Associate Professor and Chair of Dance, Department of Theatre and Dance, University of Colorado at Boulder Exterior/Interior Location Wednesday, October 18, 12:00-1:00, in ATLAS 311 Screendance has the opportunity to navigate inner and outer worlds, place serving as a stand-in for emotional states. A collaborator within dance...

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Michelle Ellsworth

Cinema, Movement, Dance Professor and Associate Chair of Dance Dept. of Theatre and Dance University of Colorado at Boulder Web-Based Screen Dances and Surveillance Wednesday, November 15th, 12:00-1:00, in ATLAS 311 Ellsworth will show some of her web-based dances as well as demonstrate several “over-the-counter counter-terrorism” protocols for avoiding surveillance...