SUMMER 2019 RECAP
I was an artist-in-residence from July through August at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, California.
I had a film in an exhibition titled Film Farm: 25 Years of the Independent Imaging Retreat at the TIFF Bell Lightbox’s Film Reference Library, June 25th – July 19th.
I’m currently working on a new feature documentary, titled Ghosts of Empire, and conducted interviews and research this summer in Boston, Los Angeles, and San Diego. For updates on this project, please follow the G.O.E. social media accounts listed below.
I wrote a chapter for an exciting new book, Process Cinema: Handmade Film in the Digital Age (McGill-Queen's UP), edited by Scott MacKenzie and Janine Marchessault which launched in Toronto in in July. The title of my contribution is: “Chemistry Class: Jeffrey Paull, the Escarpment School, and the Legacy of Process Cinema at Sheridan College”.
I’m currently editing a book about the acclaimed collage filmmaker and curator, Craig Baldwin (to be co-published by INCITE Journal of Experimental Media and San Francisco Cinematheque). Tentative release date is November 2020. For updates on this project, please follow the INCITE Journal social media accounts listed below.
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GIF by Alex Johnston