Sue Scott Gallery

Elisabeth Subrin

Selected Works

Exhibitions

Publications

Press

Events

Bio

      SOLO EXHIBITIONS
 
2013     Still, Life., PARTICIPANT, Inc., New York, NY
2011     Shulie: Film and Stills by Elisabeth Subrin, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY
      Elisabeth Subrin, VOLTA NY, New York, NY
2010     Elisabeth Subrin: Her Compulsion to Repeat, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
       
      SOLO SCREENINGS
 
2012     On photography: Elisabeth Subrin's The Fancy, San Francisco Cinematheque (in conjunction with Francesca Woodman, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art), San Francisco, CA
2010     Elisabeth Subrin: Early Works, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
      Elisabeth Subrin, Sixth Annual Stan Brakhage Conference, Boulder, CO
2009     Lost Tribes: Elisabeth Subrin, Light Industry at X-Initiative, Dia/Chelsea, New York, NY
      Replica Remake Radical (with Bea Santiago-Munoz), Filmoteca Nacional, San Juan, PR
2007     Film Forum, Los Angeles, CA
2005     Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
2003     Harvard Film Archives, Cambridge, MA
2002     Film and Video By Elisabeth Subrin, The Film Center at The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
      Memoirs of a Difficult Daughter: Works By Elisabeth Subrin, Aurora Picture Show, Houston, TX
      The 48th Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, Poughkeepsie, NY (Featured Artist)
      The Center for Media, Culture and History, New York University, New York, NY
2001     Northwest Film Center, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR
      The Multiple Personae of Francesca Woodman and Isabelle Eberhardt: Experimental Bios by Elisabeth Subrin and Leslie Thornton, Yeurba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2000     Memoirs of a Difficult Daughter: Recent Works by Elisabeth Subrin, Thread Waxing Space, New York
      Vienna International Film Festival, Vienna, Austria
1999     Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
      Parallel Lies: Imagining Histories and The Female Double, Pleasuredome, Toronto, Canada
1998     San Francisco Cinematheque, CA
      Film Forum, Los Angeles, CA
      The Film Center at The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1996     True Lies (with Leah Gilliam), Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL
       
      GROUP EXHIBITIONS
 
2012     Anti-Establishment, CCS Bard Galleries, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
      Thenceforward, and Forever Free, Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
2011     Neighbo(u)rhood, The Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA
      And Yet She Moves: Reviewing Feminist Cinema, The Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN
      Fittja Open, Botkyrka Knosthall, Stockholm, Sweden
2010     Planet of Slums, Third Streaming (3S), New York,  NY
      Greater New York, PS1/MoMA, Long Island City, NY
      Let's Dance, MAC/VAL, Musée d'Art Contemporain du Val-De-Marne, France
      Video New York, Futura- Center for Contemporary Art, Val De Marne, France
      Lush Life: Chapter Two: Liar, On Stellar Rays, co-curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopez-Chahoud, New York, NY
      Planet of Slums, Mason Gross Gallery at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ
      The Reluctant Apparition, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY
2009     Made in the USA at Pete’s Motors, Great Barrington, MA
2008     Technically Sweet, PARTICIPANT, INC., New York, NY
      Technically Sweet, Ovegaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, DK
2007     Invisible Mend, LUX, London, England
2006     Cinema Cavern, PS1, Long Island City, NY
2005     Inside Out Loud: Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
      Video Bites, Queensland Art Gallery, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
2004     Rear View Mirror, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK
      The Past Recaptured, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Tivoli, NY
     

American Tableaux, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis, MN, touring exhbition to: University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA; Winnepeg Art Gallery, Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada; Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL; Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

2003     Fate of Alien Modes, Film Museum & Secession, Vienna, Austria
      Video Windows, curated by Shirin Neshat, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, NY
2000     The Whitney Biennial, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
1999     The Cool World: Film and Video in America 1950-2000 (The American Century: Art & Culture 1900-2000), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
1996     Girlhood, Dis-Orderred, The Geffen Contemporary at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA (in conjunction with Private TV/Public Living Rooms: A New Media Exhibition)
       
     

ARTIST PRESENTATIONS AND TALKS 
                                  

2012     A Celebration of Francesca Woodman, AIPAD, Hunter College, NY
2011     Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria 
2010     Lost Tribes and Shulie by Elisabeth Subrin, in conversation with Guest Curator Ed Halter, The Sixth Annual Brakhage Symposium, University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO
      K8 Hardy and Elisabeth Subrin, Greater New York Cinema, PS1, Queens, NY
      Gallery Talk: Elisabeth Subrin, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY
2009     Archives Fever: An Evening with Elisabeth Subrin, Film Studies Department, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
      Escuaela de Artes Plastica de Puerto Rico (with Bea Santiago), San Juan, Puerto Rico
2007     Visiting Filmmaker Series, Film Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT
2006     The Films of Elisabeth Subrin, Film and Video Center, University of California, Irvine
      Fine Arts Lecture Series, Otis College of Art and Design, LA
      Pitzer Cinematheque, Claremont, CA
2005     Department of Art, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
      Department of Film and Video, Bennington College, VT
      School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
2004     Visiting Artist Lecture Series, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
      Scholar’s Club, New York University, New York, NY
      Keynote Speaker, Sarah Lawrence College Experimental Film Festival, Bronxville, NY
2003     Department of Media Arts, New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ
      Massachusetts College of Art Film Society, Boston, MA
2002     Memoirs of a Difficult Daughter, Department of Radio, TV, Film, University of Texas, Austin, TX
      Department of Film and Media, Hunter College, New York, NY
2001     Humanities Gender Group, Women's Studies Program, Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ
2000     The Claremont Colleges, Clarement, CA
1999     Visiting Lecture Series, Marlboro College, Brattleburo, VT
      Women's Studies Research Center at The Five Colleges, South Hadley, MA
      Film Society, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
1998     Department of Women's Studies, University of Lancaster, England
1997     Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
1996     Sleeth Gallery, West Virginia Wesleyan College, VA
       
      GROUP SCREENINGS AND FILM/VIDEO FESTIVALS
 
2012     The Fancy, Centre Segal Centre for Performing Arts, Montreal, Canada
2011     A Dialectic of Sex: A Reproduction, The Showroom Gallery, London, UK 
2010     Laura Parnes and Elisabeth Subrin, LOOP BArcelona, Barcelona, Spain
      K8 Hardy, Wynne Greenwood and Elisabeth Subrin, Greater New York Cinema, PS1, Queens, NY
2009     Portland Experimental Film and Video Art Festival, Portland, NY
2008     Body Politics, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
      Am I Repeating Myself?, The Power Plant, Toronto, ON, Canada
      After School Special (with Alex Bag and Kika Thorne), Cineworks, Vancouver, CA
      Animal, Mineral, Vegetable: Recent Experimental Documentaries, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA
      Ersatz Facts: The Pseudo-Documentary, Artist Television Access, San Francisco, CA
2007     Festival De Cine Documental, Pamplona, Spain
      Photographers Movies; Movies about Photographers, Biennale of Photography, Malmo, Sweden
      The Plastic Self, Orchard Gallery, New York, NY
      Feminale Women’s Video Festival, Koln, Germany
      If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part of Your Revolution, MuHKA_media, Antwerp, Belgium
      Cine Test, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia & Canopia Gestion Cultural, Madrid, Spain
2006     The 44th New York Film Festival, Lincoln Center, New York, NY
      Feedback: The Video Data Bank, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
      Women Make Waves Film and Video Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
      Aurora Picture Show, Houston, TX
      Now Again the Past: Rewind Replay Resound, Carnegie Art Museum, North Tonawanda, NY
      Boomerang: Three Short Remakes, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, NY
2005     Artists’ Vision of Film Series, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
2004     Women in the Director’s Chair, Chicago, IL
      Outfest Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA
      Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival, Austin, TX
      Feast Film Festival, Tampa, FL
2003     The 22nd Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Jersey City, NJ (multiple locations, nationally)
      Featured Video Artist, Kentucky Women Writers Conference, Lexington, KY
      Microwave International Media Art Festival, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
      Cornell Cinema, Ithica, NY
      The New Festival, New York, NY
      Frameline, San Francisco, CA
      Videolisboa, Lisboa, Portugal
      New Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ
2002     Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
      Paris Photo, Paris, France
      Close Up, SixPack Films, Vienna, Austria
      Pixelvision, Balagan Experimental Film and Video Series, Boston, MA
      Harn Museum of Art, Gainsville, FL
      Dietmar Schwaertz Gallery, Vienna, Austria
      Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN
      The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
      Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
      Cinematexas Film Festival, Austin, TX
      Sundance Channel, New York, NY
2001     International Film Festival Rotterdam, The Netherlands
      Drama Queens: Women Behind the Camera, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
      Scene Images: (Auto) Biographical Aspects of Contemporary Media Production, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria
      VIPER – Int’l Festival for Film, Video & New Media, Basel, Switzerland
      Transmediale, International Media Arts Festival, Berlin
      European Media Arts Festival, Osnabruch, Germany
      San Francisco Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA
      Black Maria Film and Video Festival (multiple locations, nationally)
      Film Forum, Los Angeles, CA
      Watching People Watching You, curated by Lauren Cornell,The British Council in Poland, Warsaw, Poland
      Made in the 20th Century: New Video from Art & Tech, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH
2000     New York Video Festival, Lincoln Center, New York, NY
      The Cool World: Film and Video in America 1950-2000, The Whitney Museum, NY
1999     Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
      Cornell Cinema, Ithica, NY
1998     Rotterdam International Film Festival, The Netherlands
      London International Festival of the Moving Image, London, England
      Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH
      Margaret Mead Film Festival, American Museum of Natural History, NY
      Montreal Int’l Festival of Nouveau Cinema, Montreal, Quebec
      Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA
      Harvard Film Archives, Cambridge, MA
      Out of the Ordinary: 25 Years, 25 Films, Northwest Film and Video Center, Portland, OR
      Bent Is Beautiful: Sadie Benning, Elisabeth Subrin, Nguyen Tan Hoang, University of North Carolina & Mr. Lady Records, Durham, NC
1997     The 35th New York Film Festival, New York, NY
      Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
      Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
      Museum of Photography/Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp, Belgium
1996     New York Video Festival, Lincoln Center, New York, NY
      Festival du Noveau Cinema de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec
      European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Germany
      Video Art: The Chicago 15, Pacific Film Archives, Berkely, CA
      World Wide Video Festival, The Hague, The Netherlands
      American Film Institute Video Festival, Los Angeles, CA
      Northwest Film Center, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR
      Women Filmmakers Present, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
      Institute of Contemporary Art, London, England
      New Langton Arts Center, San Francisco, CA
      IMPAKT Festival of Film, Video and New Media, Utrecht, The Netherlands
      No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
      Sapphire and The Old World: New Works by Leslie Thorntion, Leah Gilliam & Elisabeth Subrin, Kino-Eye Cinema, Chicago Filmmakers, Chicago, IL
      Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
      Women in the Director’s Chair Film/Video Festival, Chicago, IL
      VideoTENSIONS; VideoGRRLS, University of Arizona/Arizona Media Arts Center, Tuscon, AZ
      Language and Disorder, curated by Kristine Diekman (touring, multiple locations)
1995     The American Center, Paris, France
      Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
      The Film Center of The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
      MIX: New York Gay and Lesbiam Experimental Film Festival, New York, NY
      No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos, Randolph St. Gallery, Chicago, IL
1989-94     Boston Film/Video Foundation, Boston, MA
      Moderna Galerija Ljubijana, Ljubijana, Yugoslavia
      Medien Werkstaat, Vienna, Austria
      European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, Germany
      KOB 8 Filmburo, Mainz, Germany
      Festival de Video Musical, Vitora-Gasteiz, Spain
      Mobius, Boston, MA
      The Space Gallery, Boston, MA
       
      GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
 
2011     Fellow, The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH
2010     Artist Resdiency, Denniston Hill, Woodridge, NY
2007     Fellow, The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH (also 2002, 2003, 2006)
2006-2007     Fellowship, The Annenberg Foundation & The Sundance Institute, Los Angeles, CA
2005-2007     Film Commission, The MacDowell Colony Centennial Celebration, New York, NY
2004-2005     The Rockefeller Foundation, Media Arts Fellowship, New York, NY
2003     Fellow, Sundance Feature Filmmaker’s Lab, Sundance Institute, UT
      Fellow, Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab, Sundance Institute, UT
      Director’s Choice, The 22nd Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Jersey City, NJ
2002-2003     Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, New York, NY
2001     Viper International Award for Film/Video, Basel, Germany
      2nd Prize, Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Jersey City, NJ
      Fellow, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY
      Fellowship, Creative Capital Foundation, New York, NY
2000     Best Experimental, New England Film and Video Festival, Boston, MA
1999     Art and Technology Residency, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH
      Fellowship, The Andrea Frank Foundation, New York, NY
1998     Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards: “The Douglas Edwards Independent/Experimental Film/Video Award: Shulie”
      “Best of 1997,” Film Comment Magazine, January
      Faculty Research Grant, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
1997     Fellowship in Media Arts, Illinois Arts Council, Chicago, IL
      Director’s Citation, Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Jersey City, NJ
      "Best of 1996,” Film Comment Magazine, January
      Art and Technology Residency, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH
1996     First Place Experimental, USA Film Festival, Dallas, TX
      Juror’s Choice, 1996 Charlotte Film and Video Festival, Charlotte, NC
      Grantee, Community Arts Assistance Program, City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago, IL
      Director’s Citation, Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Jersey City, NJ
1995     Grantee, Regional NEA Fellowship, Center for New Television, Chicago, IL
1993     Trustee Fellowship, two-year full scholarship for the MFA Video Program, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1990     Morton Godine Fellowship, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
       
      BIBLIOGRAPHY/ PRESS
 
2011     Kristen M. Jones, "Elisabeth Subrin", Frieze Magazine, Issue 140 June-August
      Eryn Loeb, "Vision and Revision", Tablet Magazine, January 11
      Tom McCormick, "Your Last Ten Days to catch Elisabeth Subrin's Shulie at the Jewish Museum"
      Paddy Johnson, "Volta", Art Fag City, March 7
      Kurt Shaw, "Neighbo(u)rhood explores identity in a Pittsburgh way," Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 1
      Stephen Truax, "Feeling Civilized at the 2011 Volta Art Fair", March 4
      Bradford Nordeen, "Fanzine Does New York Art Week 2011", March 4
2010     "Critics' Pick: Best in Film (Elisabeth Subrin at Sue Scott Gallery)", Time Out New York, February
      Nick Stillman, "Elisabeth Subrin at Sue Scott Gallery", Artforum, May
       "Goings on About Town: Shulie: Film and Stills," The New Yorker, October 25
       Ed. Mandy Merck and Stella Sandford, Further Adventures of The Dialectic of Sex: Critical Essays on Shulamith Firestone, Breaking Feminist Waves Series, Palgrave MacMillan, New York
      Ed Halter, "Again," Elisabeth Subrin: Her Compulsion to Repeat, Sue Scott Gallery
      Nicholas Rapold, "Live Work," Artforum, April
      Alexandra Juhasz, "Taking/Fakin Woodstock," Huffington Post, September 26
      Christian Viveros-Faune, "PS1's Greater New York," The Village Voice, June
2008     Ed. Yvette Brackman & Maria Finn, Technically Sweet: One Script/Thirteen Points of View/Allusions-Endless, Danish Arts Council & Plum Velvet, Copenhagen, DK
2006     Alex Juhasz & Jesse Lerner, “Phony Definitions and Troubling Taxonomies of the Fake Documentary,” F Is For Phony: Fake Documentaries and Truth’s Undoing, Visible Evidence Series, University of Minnesota Press
2005     Jean Petrolle & Virginia Wesman, Ed. “Introduction,” Women and Experimental Filmmaking, University of Illinois Press
2004     Alka R. Tandon and Meghan M. Dolan,  “15 Professors that are Changing the World: Punk Auteur Takes Over the Airwaves,” The Harvard Crimson, March
2003     Roundtable conversation on Francesca Woodman, Art Journal, Summer
      Astria Suparak, “Queens of All Media,” Heeb Magazine, Volume 3, Spring
2002     Paula Rabinowitz, “Medium Uncool: Women Shoot Back; Feminism, Film and 1968—A Curious Documentary,” Science and Society, Volume 65, Spring
2001     Josh Kun, “False Document,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, Jan. 31
      Pablo de Ocampo, “Inside the Ghost: Elisabeth Subrin’s Haunting Feminism,” The Portland Mercury, Vol 1, No. 45, April 12-18
      Rachel Greene, “Elisabeth Subrin, The Fancy,” BOMB, September
      Ed Halter, “Jumping Out a Window is a Way of Going Home: Incomplete Sketch of an Essay for Elisabeth Subrin,” Cinematexas, September
      Holly Willis, “Filmforum: Fancy," LA Weekly, March 30
2000     Elizabeth Freeman, “Packing History, Count(er)ing Generations,” New Literary History, 2000, 31: 727-744
      Nicole Armour, “Disappearing Acts: Elisabeth Subrin,” Film Comment, pp 55-57
      Lia Gangitano, “File Under ‘Heros’,” Thread Waxing Space, October
      Amy Taubin, “Video Vanguard; Mensch Musician,” The Village Voice, July
      A.O. Scott, “Video as Art in a World On Tape," The New York Times, July
      Ed Halter, “New York Video Festival,” New York Press, July 19-25
      Dave Kehr, “Taking Chances with Emerging Film and Video Artists,” New York Times, March 24
      Kent Jones, “Whitney Biennial Film/Video Program,” Artforum, May
      Kristin M. Jones, “Whitney Biennial,” Frieze, Summer, Issue 53
      Daniel Belasco, “The Jewish NU WAVE,” The Jewish Week, July 21
      Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards, Manifesta: young woman, femism and the Future (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux), pp. 116, 135, 204-205, 217
1999     Peter Goddard, “Shot-for-Shot remake remarkably unsettling,” The Toronto Star, February 26
      Paul Arthur, “The Avant-Garde in ’98,” Film Comment, Jan/Feb
      Bill Horrigan, “Shulie,” for “The Shock of the View: Artists, Audiences, and Museums in the Digital Age,” Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
      Johnny Ray Huston, “Watching You Watching Me,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, January
      Manohla Dargis, “Manohla Dargis Hit List,” LA Weekly, Jan 8
      Josh Kun, “Aura: The Remix,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 3
      Scott Stark, “The Top Ten Avante-Garde Films of 1998,” Film Threat
1998     B. Ruby Rich, “Fanning the Firestone: Elisabeth Subrin’s Shulie looks back with envy,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, February 25
      Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Remaking History (review of Shulie)," The Chicago Reader, Nov. 20
      Kate Haug, “Time Frame,” Afterimage, Nov/Dec
      Amy Taubin, “More, More, More,” Village Voice, December 31
      Manohla Dargis, “Elisabeth Subrin in person,” LA Weekly, February 27
      Mikki Halpin, “Don’t Look Back,” Filmmaker Magazine, July
      Amy Kroin, “Cases of Mistaken Identity,” The Valley Advocate, Aug. 13
      Cara Jepson, “Holding a mirror to the ‘60s,” The Chicago Reader, Nov. 20
      B. Ruby Rich, Chick Flicks: Theories and Memories of the Feminist Film Movement, pp. 383-384
      Betsy Sherman, “Critic’s Tip: Elisabeth Subrin,” The Boston Globe, Mar. 20
      Lia Gangitano, “Transience and Sentimentality,” Institute of Contemporary Art & Stuff Magazine, Boston
1997     Jaqueline Goss, “Reading Subrin’s Swallow,” ebr7:image & narrative
1996     Cecilia Dougherty, “No One Said It Would Be Easy,” New Art Examiner
      Fred Camper, “Critic’s Choice,” The Chicago Reader,” May 31
      Lawrence Toppman, “Best of film festival’s first week,” Charlotte Observer
      Betsy Sherman, “ICA films take playful look at the everyday,” The Boston Globe
      Tina Wasserman, “Leah Gilliam/Elisabeth Subrin,” New Art Examiner
1995     Jonathan Rosenbaum, Review, The Chicago Reader, November 17
      Amy Taubin, “Edgy, Sexy, Cool: Mix 95,” The Village Voice, November 7
      Michelle Loubert, Review, The Link, Concordia, September 26
      Jonathan Rosenbaum, “Critic’s Choice: No More Sweets for You,” The Chicago Reader, May 10
       
     

 CATALOGUES & PUBLICATIONS

 

2010     Elisabeth Subrin: Her Compulsion To Repeat, Essay by Ed Halter. Sue Scott Gallery, publisher
2000     Memoirs of a Difficult Daughter, Essay by Lia Gangitano. Thread Waxing Space, publisher
       
      EDUCATION
 
1995     MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1990     BFA Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
       
      TEACHING
 
2009-Present     Assistant Professor, Film and Media Arts Department, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
2007-2008     Visting Lecturer, department of Film and Media Arts, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
2006-2007     Visiting Critic, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT
2005-2006     Visiting Artist, School of Art, The Cooper Union, New York, NY
2006     Visiting Assistant Professor, Bennington College, Bennington VT
2002-2005     Visiting Lecturer on Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2005     Distinguished Visiting Graduate Professor, Department of Photography and Film, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
2001-2002     Visiting Scholar, Center for Media, Culture & History, New York University, New York, NY
      Visiting Assistant Professor in Film/Video, English Department, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
1997-2001     Visiting Assistant Professor of Film/Video, The Five Colleges, Inc., Amherst, MA. Joint appointment at Amherst & Mount Holyoke Colleges, Amherst, MA
1995-1997     Adjunct Faculty, Film and Video Departments, First Year Program and MFA Program, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL