Visiting Scholar Talk: MISS OTIS REGRETS…OR, WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM LAURA NELSON
Fri, November 30, 2012 • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM • Bellmont Hall (BEL) 232
A presentation of methods, voice, and vision for 'Invisible :: meet me in okemah :: saved'
African & African Diaspora Studies Department
Fall 2012 Visiting Scholar
Friday, November 30th
(Lunch will be provided)
kara lynch is a time-based artist living en exilio. Awards for her video work include iFilms and PlanetOut and Individual artist grants from NYFA and NYSCA. She participated in various artist residencies: Arts International Residency in Moscow; the Banff Centre for the Arts; el Laboratorio Fronterizo de Escritores/Writing Lab on the Border; and the Civitella Ranieri Center in Italy. Recent works include: 'Invisible’ - an episodic, speculative video/audio installation project; ‘Mouhawala Oula’ - a trio performance for oriental dance, live video and saxophone, ‘P.S. Odysseus’ - a video love-letter; 'Xing Over' - a multi-channel audio piece; 'Black Russians' - a feature-length documentary; and ‘The Outing’ - a video travelogue.