Month: January 2011

Emerging Media Lecture – Oksana Chepelyk

Oksana Chepelyk
Emerging Media Lecture

Location: HN 502

Oksana Chepelyk was born in Kiev /Ukraine/, where she lives and works
today. She studied Art in Kiev (1978-1984) followed a post-graduate
course in Moscow (1886-1888), Amsterdam University (1995), the New
Media Study Program at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada (1998), a
Post-Doctoral study at Bauhaus Dessau, Germany (2000-2002). She had
residencies: CIES in Paris (1995), CREDAC, Paris (1996), Cite
International of Arts, Paris (1997), MAP, Baltimore, USA (1997),
ARTELEKU, San Sebastian, Spain (2001), FACT, Liverpool, UK (2001) and
Weimar Bauhaus, Germany (2003). She has got the Fulbright Program
Award (USA) in order to develop artistic research at UCLA (2003-2004
and 2010-2011). As an artist she was awarded with grants in France,
Germany, Spain, USA, Canada, England and Sweden (1992-2011). Her work
has been shown at MOMA, New York; Museum of Modern Art, Zagreb,
Croatia; German Historical Museum, Berlin and Munich, Germany; Museum
of the Arts History, Vienna, Austria; Museum of Contemporary Art,
Skopje, Macedonia; Museum of Jurassic Technologies, Los Angeles, USA

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IMA Students Megan Sperry & Daniel Phelps’ documentary film

Help make a donation to support co-producers: Megan Sperry, Daniel Phelps and Brian Paul’s documentary film project:
They have been able to produce this movie with their own money up until this point, but now they need support so they can continue to edit the film. They’ve recently launched a Kickstarter campaign with a goal to raise $10,000.00 in 45 days.

For Immediate Release:

Documentary film explores New York City’s Uniform Land Use Process (ULURP) by using the former Domino Sugar site in Brooklyn as a case study. What emerges is a divided community and a broken development process.

New York, NY – January 25th, 2011

Do you have $1 million to buy a one bedroom condo in Williamsburg Brooklyn? Do you feel threatened by the rising cost of living in your community? Are you sick of staring at stalled construction sites in your neighborhood? Three filmmakers consider New York City mega-development within the current housing market in a film called The Domino Effect.
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Prof. Carolyn Strachan’s film: TWO LAWS

TWO LAWS. From the Borroloola Aboriginal Community with Carolyn Strachan and Alessandro Cavadini.

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A watershed in ethnographic cinema, this unique film was conceived by the Nomination for Best Documentary Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory of Australia to tell the story of their
struggle to live under TWO LAWS. The first law is their own 40,000 year-oldAboriginal law, and the second, the brutally imposed law of European settlement.

With sensual visuals and dream-like pacing, the film dramatically engages the Aboriginal people’s sense of time, their oral history traditions, their rules of kinship and their songlines to reveal their law and custom and to record their battle to reclaim traditional lands. They invite us to sit down on the ground with them and witness their plans for a film that becomes—before our eyes—a profound story of resistance. TWO LAWS presents an entirely different logic for documenting history and culture.