Elisabeth Subrin Public Talk and Post-Realism Seminar #4

RECREATING MISSING HISTORIES (PUBLIC ARTIST TALK)

Monday evening, February 24, 2014 at 7pm: Artist Talk
introduced by Professor B. Ruby Rich

Co-Sponsored by Porter College, Film + Digital Media Visiting Artist Series, and the Center for Documentary Arts and Research (CDAR)

Filmmaker Elisabeth Subrin discusses recent projects in film, video, and installation, as well as two current works-in-progress, a feature-length narrative film, A Woman A Part, starring Maggie Siff (Mad Men, Sons of Anarchy) and Damage Report, an installation commissioned by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.

Subrin’s work seeks intersections between history and subjectivity, investigating the nature and poetics of psychological “disorder,” female representation, and the impact of recent social and political history on contemporary life and consciousness.

 


 

POST-REALISM SEMINAR #4 WITH ELISABETH SUBRIN

Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014

moderated by Prof. Jonathan Kahana, with the participation of Graduate and Undergraduate students from the Film & Digital Media department.

subrinElisabeth Subrin is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker and artist, and a professor in the Film and Media Arts Department at Temple University. Her award-winning films and videos have been screened extensively in the United States and abroad, including at The New York Film Festival, The Whitney Biennial, The Vienna International Film Festival, The Museum of Modern Art, American Film Institute, The Rotterdam International Film Festival, The Vienna International Film Festival, The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, the VIPER International Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland, The Guggenheim Museum, The Sundance Channel, PBS, and numerous other major film festivals, museums, and arts institutions.She has received grants and fellowships from The Rockefeller Foundation, The Guggenheim Foundation, Creative Capital, and The Annenberg Foundation, and she has been a fellow five times at The MacDowell Colony and as well as Yaddo. In 2012, Shulie was selected for the once-a-decade British Film Institute’s Sight&Sound Magazine Critic’s Poll for “Greatest Films Ever.”

http://www.elisabethsubrin.com/

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