Friday, December 15, 2017

NYFA Interview

In early December, I did a NYFA interview about my recent project, Inquiry into the ELE. This interview speaks to process of the video work, currently on view at BRIC until January 7. 

Video still, Inquiry into the ELE 2017
Video still, Inquiry into the ELE 2017
Video still, Inquiry into the ELE 2017

Sunday, November 12, 2017

On View at BRIC Project Room

Inquiry into the ELE (Work-in-Progress) at BRIC Project Room

Opening: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 7-9pm
Exhibition on view: November 16, 2017 to January 7, 2018

Project Room at BRIC (647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn NY)

Inquiry into the ELE is an in-process film study focusing on the moments directly proceeding, during, or right after someone loses a loved one.  End-of-Life Experiences (or ELEs) can be described as any sort of deathbed coincidence, premonition, change in atmosphere, or peculiar vision around the time of death. Through interactions with funeral directors, hospice nurses, religious leaders, and people of all spiritual backgrounds, I have accumulated an assemblage of images and oral and written accounts that bridge the mystical gap between the earthly realm and that of the spiritual.