Proyecciones


The Other Where, artist’s visions of the far

Pola Sieverding

Nocturne Arabesque

Germany | 2009
3a�� 44a��a�� | DV PAL | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

A portrait of the multiple images of manhood. Hide and seek in a night-time labyrinth of bodies, faces, tangents, textiles, lights and shadows. The film is at once documentary and a magical spectacle of hypnotic, dreamlike resonance, reflected in the idea of beauty. A study on the intimacy of dance and ecstasy, slowed down to contemplate it.

Lena Szankay – Eva Shin

Apophenia

Argentina | 2013
2a�� 46a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

Apophenia is the experience of seeing patterns or connections in random facts or meaningless data.There are no reasons for such connections, offering a clear contrast with love. It lies in between psychosis and creativity. Our images will converge under the tyranny of random patterns, building something like a story.

Nelja Stump

Kazakhstan

Germany | 2014
4a�� 24a��a�� | SD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File
English subtitles

Kazakhstan tells a story of a woman and her imagination of the country where she was born. She has no memories. Technical images like film footage help her to ‘rebuilda�? the images of her past. What relation do these pictures have to memories?

Sebastian PurfA?rst

Three Externalized Memories of a Day in my Life

Germany | 2014
2a�� 48a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

The work is based on a cinematic experiment with a stereoscopic camera developed by the German Aerospace Centre. Unlike traditional optical media, this camera uses an algorithm to produce a 3D data set of the shot sequence. The cinematic 3D data set can be viewed from different angles. The filmera��s perspective is thus not necessarily the viewer’s perspective anymore. The filmed moment is enhanced, becoming a digital remembrance space, on the borders of which the digital algorithms become perceptible.

Jack + Leigh Ruby

Car Wash Incident – Take 7

USA | 2013
5a�� 58a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

CWI – Take 7, is a single uncut take from the larger Car Wash Incident installation.
Inspired by a photograph Jack+Leigh Ruby took at a car wash in 1975 a�� in support of an
insurance scama�� the siblingsa�� film enacts a circular narrative, involving a plastic bag, a mother, her son and a woman in a red shirt, trailed by an ominous man, all of which is confounded by doppelgA�ngers.

Matthias Fitz

[commercial wallpaper], bauernmild

Germany | 2010
43a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

The series [commercial wallpaper] explores the information flows and forms of electronic entertainment and communication media. These flows are used as raw material, removed from their context and deterministic systems to use for alternative systems and interpretations. The material begins as a television commercial. From the original image, a pixel is selected in each case on a horizontal line that is vertically extended so far that a vertical stripe is formed. The sound is unchanged from the original clip. [commercial wallpaper] bauernmild is an unedited commercial for rye bread.

Ioannis Savvidis – Lina Theodorou

Silver Patrol

Greece – Germany | 2014
4a�� 26a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

Silver Patrol is a video work which appropriates the aesthetics of war-zone television reportage. A UN Soldier is filmed on his New Year’s Eve patrol ride through the streets of Berlin. The impressive amount of celebratory ordinance deployed throughout the city calls into question the distinction between civic space and battle zone; history and spectacle.

Wago Kreider

Vienna in the Desert

USA | 2005
4a�� 29a��a�� | DV PAL | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

Memories of a lost passion are glimpsed in a deserted landscape. A man and a woman argue about their love for one another: Is it true? Did it really happen? The vast sea of their desire responds, and catastrophe is redeemed. Audio quotations are appropriated from Nicholas Raya��s Johnny Guitar.

Thomas VA�lker

Walking the Line

Germany | 2010
4a�� 26a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

Walking the Line was filmed at the deserted Olympic Village in Berlin and was shown as part of a theatrical performance called Again The Room Was Plunged Into Silence. The event took place at the Pit Theatre (Barbican Centre London) as part of the The Surreal Housea�� exhibition on 10 June 2010. More information can be found at the Barbican Centre`s website.

Matthias Fitz

[commercial wallpaper] Silence

Germany | 2010
1a��11a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

The series [commercial wallpaper] explores the information flows and forms of electronic entertainment and communication media. These flows are used as raw material, removed from their context and deterministic systems to use for alternative systems and interpretations. The material begins as a television commercial. From the original image, a pixel is selected in each case on a horizontal line that is vertically extended so far that a vertical stripe is formed. The sound is unchanged from the original clip.
[commercial wallpaper] Silence is the collected silence of 148 minutes of television.

Simon Lee-Algis Kizys

Where is the Black Beast?

USA | 2010
5a��40a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

Where is the Black Beast? is a 34 minute film based on Crow a�� The Life and Songs of the Crow by the poet Ted Hughes.
Where is the Black Beast? begins with a�?Lineagea�?, a poem that abridges The Book of Genesis into 21 lines and from which the protagonist Crow emerges.
A journey begins that takes us from Oedipusa��s family catastrophe to Crowa��s mad battle with the sun. Deaf to all but his own cries of importance the film finally returns Crow to his roots as, trembling and featherless he makes his way through the nesta��s filth

Matthias Fritsch

Buscam No. 2

Germany – Cuba | 2001
3a�� 17a��a�� | DV Cam | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

This experimental film, initially made in Cuba, is a short study of formation and perception of virtual reality: We are sitting at a bus stop somewhere in the tropics. Occasionally black rectangles pass, making the same sounds as vehicles. Are they real or just interpretations? Is finally the whole scene I see a real one?

Angela Christlieb

Welcome to Peking

Germany-USA | 2014
5a�� 21a��a�� | HD | Color | Sound
Screening: Digital Video File
Subtitles in English

Berlin Superhero (BS) appears in a city he’s never been before. At first sight he thinks he’s in Beijing. Speaking his mother tongue (German), he tries to get oriented while talking to people on the street. But nobody understands a word, even after synching every line into Chinese. His disorientation grows..
Welcome to Peking! Three simple ways to get disoriented.

Abraham Hurtado

Discontents

Spain | 2014
2a�� 08a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

Discontents is a video taken from the FAKEless App project , a distinctive way to approach the architectural reality of the Murcia Region in southern Spain. Most of the construction sites and buildings appear like a plague given to the local community as a�?The Promise landa�?. This is the consequence of the speculation boom up until 2008. The surrounding landscape of this area is dominated by buildings, golf resorts and residential houses unfinished because of the economic crisis. Now they look like ghost towns or monuments in the middle of arid, desolate landscapes. Through this journey the emotional body becomes the contrast to the surrounding utopia. This journey was made with the intention of sharing a perception of isolation, individuality, abandoned places, fears, and death a��and a perception of how to deal with these emotions in modern society.

Eva Vuillemin

Look Both Ways

Switzerland | 2013
6a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

During the recording of the video work, the artist was moving backwards through the New York Grand Central Station. A place that has been etched into the collective consciousness by countless movies. The video is played reversed, however, so it seems as if the artist is the only person who is moving forward through the restless station. She makes her way, along and silent, through the hustle and bustle. In this work, which was made at the traffic hub without shooting permission, monitored and watched by police and military, the perception of reality is rewritten by the cinematic method of inversion

Matthias Fitz

[commercial wallpaper] Hit swish whoosh

Germany | 2010
35a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File

The series [commercial wallpapers] explores the information flows and forms of electronic entertainment and communication media. These flows are used as raw material, removed from their context and deterministic systems to use for alternative systems and interpretations. The material begins as a television commercial. From the original image, a pixel is selected in each case on a horizontal line that is vertically extended so far that a vertical stripe is formed. The sound is unchanged from the original clip.
[commercial wallpaper] hit swish whoosh gathers the sequences of the most high-pitched audio amplitudes of 35 commercials.

Jeff Wood

ARCHIO

USA | 2014
7a�� 10a��a�� | HD | Color | Stereo
Screening: Digital Video File
English subtitles

ARCHIO is a pilgrimage to the monastic peninsula of Mount Athos in Greece. The primeval, Arcadian landscape is both a complement and contrast to the arcane, medieval clockworks of Orthodox monasticism. A science-fiction mythology leads us beyond the common understanding of monotheistic teleology and the nature of the Logos a��or a�?word of Goda�?a�� into deep space and the meaning of technological evolution. An original score, Yawning of the River by composer and naturalist Stephen Wood is interwoven with field recordings of Athos monks and a liturgical narration reminiscent of the monksa�� scriptural incantations.

Ioannis Savvidis

Born in Germany and completed his studies in visual art at the Hochschule der KA?nste Berlin. With a focus on architectural narrations and an alternative understanding of urban and social planning, his visual practice utilizes drawing, video and site-specific installation. Savvidis’s work has been exhibited among others at the State Museum of Contemporary Art and the Film Museum in Thessaloniki, the Museo Riso, Catania, in private galleries, project spaces and institutions like the Kunstwerke, the Roter Salon, the 2nd Kunstsalon and the Tacheles in Berlin, the Art-Athina Art fair and the Municipal Cultural Center and the Art centre About in Athens, the CWS gallery in Warsaw, the Pedestrian II Project Istanbul, and at film festivals in Albuquerque and Belgrade. He is a collaborator and member of Eve Sussmans Rufus Corporation (USA), and the LoAndBehold Artists’ Group (UK).

Nelja Stump

Born in Kazakhstan and has lived and worked in Berlin since 1986. Between 1989 and 1992 she studied stage and costume design with Andrje Woron. After some theatre projects she worked on production design within the area of feature films and advertisement.
Between 1992 and 2000 she organised different classes at the UdK, Berlin, gender studies projects with Sabeth Buchmann, Katja Dieffenbach and Jutta KA�ther.
In 2000 she did her Mastera��s degree at the UniversitA�t der KA?nste, Berlin, and graduated in photography under Katharina Sieverding.
Since 2000 she has written and directed several music videos and short films.
In 2003 she developed the concept of the project space Tristesse Deluxe in Berlin, where she experimented with all interfaces of arts. Nelja Stump continues to work as a mixed media artist, a curator and VJ.

Lina Theodorou

Video and installation artist living and working in Berlin and Athens. She studied at the School of Graphic Arts and Creative Studies, Athens; at the School of Fine Arts of Athens (sculpture); and at the School of Fine Arts, Sculpture and Multimedia in The Hague. She has participated in shows at Bozar Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels ; National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens; European Media Art Festival, OsnabrA?ck; Deste Foundation, Athens ; Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Johanneum, Graz; Museum Fridericianum, Kassel; Macedonian Museum Of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki; 8th Istanbul Biennial; 6th ev+a Limerick Biennial; 53rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen; 11th International Architecture Biennial, Venice; Impakt Festival, Utrecht; State Museum Of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki; Benaki Museum, Athens; and the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation Cultural Center, Athens.

Pola Sieverding

Lives and works in Berlin. Her works address questions of representation and image production within cultural formations defined by various concepts of desire and identification processes. The idea of portraiture in terms of an interpretive reading of the inscriptions of culture in the human body is recurrent in her work. She studied at Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Surikov Institute Moscow and attained her MFA at the University of the Arts Berlin in 2007. She has exhibited internationally at Aram Art Gallery, Seoul (Korea); Tate Modern, London (UK); Art in General, New York (USA); Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (Germany); Lumiar CitA�, Lisbon (Portugal); Neue Gesellschaft fA?r bildende Kunst, Berlin (Germany); Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles (USA); Lena BrA?ning Galerie, Berlin (Germany), among others. She has been invited as an Artist in Residence to Ramallah (Palestine), Prague (Czech Republic) and Lisbon (Portugal) and as a visiting lecturer to the International Academy of Art Palestine.

Lena Szankay

Born in Buenos Aires in 1965. She lived in Berlin from 1989 to 2008.
She studied photography in Lette Verein Berlin and Cultural Management at the Institute of Higher Social Studies, San MartA�n University in Argentina. She was awarded the Acquisition Prize, II Bienal de FotografA�a Arte x Arte, Buenos Aires (Argentina); the Acquisition Prize, AsociaciA?n Argentina de GalerA�as de Arte (Argentina); the Publication Book MA�mesis; and the FELIFA Award.
Szankay was awarded the group project scholarship by the Argentine National Arts Fund, the PetrobrA?s 5th and 7th Edition Prizes, and the AMEC Contemporary Photography Prize, Caraffa Museum, CA?rdoba. Her works have been shown in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Germany (Berlin, Hamburg), Austria, Israel and Palestine. She lives and works in Buenos Aires.

Eva Shin

Artist based in Buenos Aires. She studied at the Prilidiano Pueyrredon National School of Arts (IUNA). In 2002 she participated in a Escuela Saulo Benavente set design workshop at the ColA?n Theatre. Many other workshops e.g. with Tulio de Sagastizabal, Escuelas Davinci, Diana Aisenberg and and Marcos Lopez followed.
Her most recent exhibitions have been a live drawing interventions in Performaton, Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires; Apophenia a video collaboration with Lena Szankay, Invisible, Buenos Aires Foto 2013; AMHO live audio visual performance, Salon PueyrredA?n, Buenos Aires; Audio visual performance, Ekoparty Security Conference, Centro Cultural Konex, Buenos Aires; Installation Ecodang for TMDG 12, trimarchidg.net, Mar del Plata (Argentina); AMHO with Lux Lindner, La Cigalle, Buenos Aires; AMHO, Munguau project, Buenos Aires Book Fair; Eva Shins current project AMHO is an audiovisual project merging music, video, mapping and performance.

Nelja Stump

Born in Kazakhstan and has lived and worked in Berlin since 1986.
Between 1989 and 1992 she studied stage and costume design with Andrej Woron. After some theatre projects she worked on production design in feature films and advertisement
From 1992 to 2000 she organised classes at the UdK, Berlin, gender studies projects with
Sabeth Buchmann, Katja Dieffenbach and Jutta KA�ther.
In 2000 she completed her MFA in photography at UniversitA�t der KA?nste, Berlin, under Katharina Sieverding.
Since 2000 she has written and directed music videos and short films.
In 2003 she founded the project space Tristesse Deluxe in Berlin where she curates and experiments with all interfaces of arts. Nelja Stump continues to work as mixed-media artist, curator and VJ.

Sebastian PurfA?rst (1976)

Berlin-based filmmaker and musician. He works in commercial, artistic and academic settings for time-based media. He is particularly focused on the intersection between audio and visual perception, and takes great pride in engineering a strong connection between the two: a�?We never see the same thing when we also hear; we dona��t hear the same thing when we see as well.a�? (Michel Chion).

Jack + Leigh Ruby

Spent their early career as confidence artists in America and Australia from the 1970s to the 1990s. They specialized in facilitating insurance fraud, fabricating sophisticated portfolios of false evidence, often including film and video surveillance footage. Ultimately they were arrested in 1998 for a scam in which they robbed their own house, and were incarcerated for more than a decade, during which they developed an interest in contemporary art. Subsequently they came to re-evaluate their early work with a new aesthetic appreciation and resolved to re-invent the most intriguing of their films and photographs from the 70s and 80s. In preparing for their prison release date in 2012 the Rubys set about planning Car Wash Incident, the first of the series.

Matthias Fitz

Born in Bad Steben, Germany. In 1987 he completed training as an electronics technician. In 1988 he moved to West Berlin. Starting in 1995 he studied Visual Communication and Experimental Media Art at the University of Arts, Berlin. In 2003 he received the title “MeisterschA?ler” from Maria Vedder. Since 1997 his video and sound installations, single-channel video works and photography have been shown at international festivals and exhibitions where he has received various art grants and prizes.

Ioannis Savvidis

Born in Germany and completed his studies in visual art at the Hochschule der KA?nste Berlin. With a focus on architectural narrations and alternative understanding of urban planning his visual practice utilizes drawing, video and site-specific installation. Savvidisa��s work has been exhibited in museums, galleries, project spaces and festivals in Berlin, Athens, Thessaloniki, Warsaw, Catania , Istanbul, and Belgrade, to name a few. He is a collaborator and member of Rufus Corporation (USA), and the LoAndBehold Artistsa�� Group (UK).

Lina Theodorou

Video and installation artist, living and working in Berlin and Athens. She studied at the School of Graphic Arts and Creative Studies, Athens; at the School of Fine Arts of Athens (Sculpture); and at the School of Fine Arts, Sculpture and Multimedia in The Hague. She has participated in shows at Bozar, Center for Fine Arts, Brussels; National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens; European Media Art Festival, Osnabrueck; Deste Foundation, Athens; Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Johanneum, Graz; Fridericianum Museum, Kassel; Macedonian Museum Of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki; 8th Istanbul Biennale; 6th ev+aLimerick Biennale, 53rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen; 11th International Architecture Biennale, Venice; Impakt Festival, Utrecht; State Museum Of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki; Benaki Museum, Athens; and the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation Cultural Center, Athens.

Wago Kreider

Media artist whose work investigates the legacy of classical Hollywood film history, and its relation to issues of place, landscape, and authorship. Through films, videos, installations, and live media performance, he engages with contemporary strategies of re-enactment, the reconstruction of cinematic history, and the intersections of personal autobiography with film. His work has screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Rotterdam Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, Views From the Avant-Garde/New York Film Festival, and at the Vienna International Film Festival. He is Associate Professor of Media Arts at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Thomas VA�lker

Artist and independent filmmaker who has lived and worked in Germany (Hamburg/Berlin), Spain (AndalucA�a) and London. Coming from an eclectic professional and artistic background his work ranges from painting, performance and installation to moving images and sound. Much of VA�lker`s work is concerned with the phenomenon of voyeurism, human curiosity a��often in its morbid manifestationa�� and issues of transgression beyond visible or physical boundaries. After several years of working as a musician (drummer/percussionist) with various chamber ensembles and experimental rock bands such as Hamburg-based groups PHON and Passierzettel a��a collective of musicians and artists who collaborated with members of Faust, Amon DA?A?l and Damo Suzuki of Cana�� VA�lker became interested in digital media and the internet. As a result he branched out into another discipline, starting out as a web designer, but was gradually drawn towards analogue media and traditional artistic disciplines such as painting and drawing. These have progressively become an important part of his work. In recent years VA�lker has developed a strong interest in film, video and their relationship to sound. During his time in London, VA�lker organized and curated the Viewing/Listening Space with filmmaker Akhila Krishnan, a regular event that is dedicated to showcasing the work of experimental filmmakers and sound artists, which has become a permanent forum, a time and place for discussion and analysis. Thomas VA�lker studied at the Royal College of Art in London. He now lives and works in Berlin.

Simon Lee

Works in photography, video and installation making exhibitions and participating in residencies internationally. Lee’s most recent project Mother is Passing. Come at Once, a multi-screen, kinetic installation was on view at Cristin Tierney Gallery in New York in 2013. He has shown work at the MusA�e da��Art Contemporain de Montreal, the Tinguely Museum in Basel, the Rotterdam Film Festival, the Moscow International Film Festival and the Poznan Biennale, Poland. His public arts project, Bus Obscura premiered at Miami Basel (USA) in 2004 and has since toured to over ten cities around the world. His series of photographs Shadow over the Land has been presented in exhibitions in Moscow, Copenhagen and London

Algis Kizys

Sound artist//composer/musician/director residing in Brooklyn, NY. He has performed with bands such as Swans, Foetus, Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, Lydia Lunch/Retrovirus, Glenn Branca, Of Cabbages And Kings, Pigface, a short wave radio duet The Hallicrafters, as well as with musicians Nels Cline, Carla Bozulich, Alex Hacke, Jim White, Jim Sclavunos. He has worked with visual artists such as Eve Sussman, Simon Lee, and Matthew Barney with Jonathan Bepler. His film credits include Gus Van Santa��s Finding Forrester , Eve Sussmana��s The Rape of the Sabine Women and whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir, David Jacobsona��s Tomorrow Youa��re Gone, and Matthew Barney/Jonathan Beplera��s River of Fundament. He has directed, for stage, Samuel Becketta��s Krappa��s Last Tape and Eugene Oa��Neilla��s Hughie at the Wallabout Oyster Theatre, Brooklyn. He is currently involved in a Bouzouki trio and the installation collective The Triangles.

Matthias Fritsch

Lives and works in Berlin.He studied Media Art at the University of Arts and Design Karlsruhe (HfG) in Germany and Film, Fine Art and Curating at Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS), New York State. He Hhs made several short and feature-length movies, and media-based installations.
In recent years Fritsch has focused on the digital communities formed on internet video platforms, examining their importance in the formation of contemporary cultural production. Fritsch traces the potential and boundaries of related cultural practices by way of participation. Correspondingly, his works are not only shown in an art context, but he also uses other platforms and distribution channels.
Since 2010 Fritsch is the artistic director of the annual Moving Silence Festival in Berlin and Athens (founded in 2009 by Marco Brosolo and Matthias Fritsch) and organizes other international events within this platform for contemporary silent films.

Angela Christlieb

Lives and works in Vienna. Studied Video Art and Experimental Filmmaking at the Academy of Fine Arts of Berlin under Valie Export and Heinz Emigholz. In 1997, she moved to New York with an emerging artist grant and began working as an independent filmmaker, producing several shorts, followed by freelance work as theater manager and research assistant for Anthology Film Archives (USA) and Filmmakers Coop New York (USA). In 1999 she received a DAAD Grant to study film production at the New School and to write and produce her first feature documentary CINEMANIA. Since 2001 she has collaborated with Eve Sussman & the Rufus Corporation (New York), including The Rape of Sabine Women and whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir. In 2007 she worked as visual artist for Christoph Schlingensiefa��s African Twintowers. In 2009 she premiered her second feature documentary Urville. Since 2010, she has been working on the screenplay development of Electric Girl and Whatever Happened to Gelitin. Her new feature documentary Naked Opera was premiered at Berlinale 2013 and won the first Heiner Carow Award.

Abraham Hurtado

Performer/choreographer/visual artist from Murcia who lived in Berlin from 2005 to 2014. He has collaborated with numerous visual artists and dance and theatre companies in Spain and internationally. Together with other Berliners he runs the AADK art platform and network, a curatorial project with members and invited artists pursuing activities in the fields of performance, installation, music, literature, video, etc. The art they produce is specific to each member but the configuration and strategies they adopt for their presentations are developed in common with the invited artists. Since 2012 he is the Artistic Director of Centro Negra research and contemporary creation space in Blanca, Murcia.

Eva Vuillemin

Born in Zurich in 1987 and lives and works in Berlin. She studied at the Universitaet der Kuenste, Berlin and Hunter College, New York. Eva Vuillemin has shown her work in various shows, including Museum fuer Fotografie, Berlin; Frappant, Hamburg; KunstBuero, Berlin; Substitut, Berin; Kunstverein Weiden, Kantonsschule Stadelhofen, Zurich; Message Salon Zurich; Projektraum Bethanien, Berlin; ECA Scotland, Edinburgh and 4D Berlin.
She received a award at Sasif and was invited to an artists residency at AIR, Substitut, Berlin.

Jeff Wood

Actor, writer and video-maker based in Brooklyn and Berlin. He is a founding member of the experimental film/art group Rufus Corporation and the Wallabout Oyster Theatre Brooklyn. Jeff has performed theatrical works by Sam Shepard, Cormac McCarthy, Bertolt Brecht, and Eugene Oa��Neill.
He has collaborated internationally with video-artists Eve Sussman, Julian Rosefeldt, Nuno Cera, and Ioannis Savvidis.
His ten-year collaboration with Eve Sussman and Rufus Corporation has resulted in the works 89 Seconds at Alcazar; The Rape of the Sabine Women; whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir; Car Wash Incident; and numerous screenings worldwide.
Dance-theatre collaborations include Edgar (2008), Natural Habitat (2011), and Cleavage (2012). Video-works include Frontier (2013), Collapsible City: A Web Series (2013), Dustbowl Burnpile (2013), and ARCHIO (2014).
Jeff has traveled through remote and wilderness regions of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Kazakhstan and Tibet. His essay/travelogue Monuments of Fire was recently published by MusA�e da��Art Contemporain de MontrA�al. He is a 2014 Screenwriting Fellow for the New York Foundation of the Arts.