F a x :  413•584•7504
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C U R R E N T   P O S I T I O N :

Professor of Video, Film and Media Studies, Hampshire College
Coordinator, Program in Video


E D U C A T I O N :

B.A. cum laude, Harvard University (Radcliffe College),

M.A., Cinema Studies, New York University, 1973.

M. Phil, Cinema Studies, New York University, 1976.

S E L E C T E D   P E R M A N E N T   C O L L E C T I O N S :

The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

The Museum of Modern Art, New York City

The De Cordova Museum, Massachusetts

The Institute of Contemporary Art , London

The Georges Pompidou Center, Paris

Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, California

Harvard University Cinematheque

Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco

Museo de Arte Contemporanea, Reina Sofia, Madrid

Museo de Oviedo y Ayunta de Sevilla , Spain

Long Beach Museum, California

Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio

Walker Art Center, Minnesota

International House, Philadelphia

The Donnell Library, NYC,

Port Washington Public Library, NY

& over a hundred other public libraries, media centers and universities, domestic and international.

S E L E C T E D   F E L L O W S H I P S   A N D   G R A N T S :

The National Endowment for for Arts (1989, 90-91)

The Jerome Foundation (1987-88)

The New England Fellowships Program through the NEA and the American Film Institute (1989)

New York Foundation for the Arts (1987-88)

The Massachusetts Council on the Arts (1991-92)

The Massacusetts Cultural Council (1993)

New York State Council on the Arts (1989,1992, 1994, 1996)

Hewllett - Mellon Foundation (1987, 1990, 1992, 1995, 1997, 1999)

Lemelson Foundation (1994)

Wexner Center for the Arts, Visiting Artist - January and August, 1993, Summer 1998

Koopman Chair in the Visual Arts, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, 1996-97.

MacArthur Foundation (1998)

Fund for Women Artists (1998-99)

V I D E O  T A P E S  •  I N S T A L L A T I O N S  •  W E B   A R T  •  E X H I B I T I O N S

•• With Selected Screenings & Awards ••

N O   M O R E   N I C E   G I R L S   P R O D U C T I O N S  
W E B S I T E   a n d   D I G I T A L   G A L L E R Y

Launch date: September 3, 1999

V I D E O   B I T E S ;   T R I P T Y C H   F O R   T H E  
T U R N   O F   T H E   C E N T U R Y

with Dana Master, (1998). Beta SP, 24 min.


2nd Prize - Best of Show Award

Harvard University, Carpenter Center, Feb 1999.

Amsterdam Public Television , Spring 1999

VIDEO BITES is currently being transformed into a 5 wall insatallation piece.

" L E T T E R   O N   A   W A L L  -   T H E   P U B L I C   G O E S   P R I V A T E "
"Critical Positions", Joseloff Gallery of American Life, University of Hartford.

20 foot acrylic wall installation in the shape/colors of an American flag on the subject of freedom of expression as it relates to public funding for the arts.The installation was shown in conjunction with a series of screenings of her works in video, and an exhibition of a cibachrome photographic series, "MOVING STILLS."Presentation of the work ( one woman show) at the University Screening Room; Western Mass. Video" - De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, Mass, PUBLIC GOES PRIVATE installation and screenings, June 1997.

" T R I B U T E   T O   J O A N   B R A D E R M A N "
Northampton Center for the Arts, November 1996.

The show and tribute were featured in Northampton Film/Video Festival. Participants included: George Fiefield, Curator, VideoSpace and De Cordova Museum; Mary Russo,Professor of Comparative Literature and Critical Theory, Hampshire College; Gene Gort, Associate Professor of Video and Mixed Media, Hartford School of the Arts and Video and Installation Artist; and Sura Levine, Associate Professor of Art History, Hampshire College.

W G B Y   T V ,   " S n a p s h o t s "   S e r i e s
(5 Min.Public Television Profile of Ms. Braderman, produced by Dan Hunt , WGBY TV, Springfield, MA) broadcast frequently 1994-present.

J O A N   B R A D E R M A N ;   A   V I D E O   R E T R O S P E C T I V E
1994-95, De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts.

A brochure on her work was published by the De Cordova for the exhibition. The installation included a new work in progress: "MOVING STILLS," a series of 16" x 20" cibachrome video stills created from slides of stills from her work in video and shown to inaugurate the new Video Screening Facility at the De Cordova.

J O A N   S E E S   S T A R S   (1993)
3/4 inch, Co-Director- Dana Master, Dir. of Photog. - Gene Gort.
Betacam SP Master, 60 min.

Part I - Starsick; Part II - MGM: Movie Goddess Machines "Videomaker Braderman uses her own body as the site for exploring the ways our own culture of appearances meets the politics of identity... "She looks at life through rose colored glasses, then whips them off and dishes the dirt: movies meet life, life meets death and romance meets Perdue chicken in this meditation on our illicit VCR pleasures. Watch and eat your heart out." B. Ruby Riich

"A masterpiece." Joel Kovel

"It's a smart, low-budget bridge between theory and pop culture, funny and devastating at the same time." Philadelphia City Paper

Premiere: "Video Visions," New York Film Festival, Oct. 15, 1993 at Lincoln Center.

European Premiere: National British Film Theater, London, Dec. 1993

Black Maria Film/Video Festival, Juror's Citation Award

Independent MassMedia Festival

Atlanta Film/Video Festival Award, Best "Dramatic Criticism"

The Space Gallery, Boston

Zone Art Center

International House, "Our Dinner with Joan," Philadelphia

Moscow Television

Chicago Filmmakers, "Bodies in Crisis, "Oct. 1993

The American Center, Paris

Institute of Contemporary Art - Boston, Jan. 1994

University of Glasgow, Scotland

San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film/Video Fest

Women in the Director's Chair Festival, Chicago

Cicade de Vigo International Festival deVideo, Vigo, Spain

De Cordova Museum

N O   M O R E   N I C E   G I R L S   (1989)
3/4 inch, 44 min., color, sound

NO MORE NICE GIRLS combines fiction and collage. "About what it's like to see your political destiny erased from "popular memory" and dumped in revisionist history's garbage pile. It's about having once felt magically "in synch" with the times; about the friends you made then, and how they sustain you through these times. "...brillantly written and realized" Carrie Mae Weems

Premiere: Collective for Living Cinema, April 1989

Winner, First Prize Daniel Wadsworth National Video Festival, 1990

THE DECADE SHOW, Studio Museum of Harlem

WOW Festival, NYC

San Francisco International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

British Film Institute

London; New American Makers

New Works Series, San Francisco

The Chicago Art Institute

Hallwalls, Rochester, NY;

San Francisco Art Institute

The Brooklyn Museum

University of Wisconsin

Radcliffe Bunting Institute; Bennington College

Boston Film/Video Foundation; DCTV, NYC

S.U.N.Y. Purchase; Astoria Museum of Motion Picture

Australian Film Festival.

"HOW DO I LOOK? Conference," New York University

Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley

I.U.C, Conferece on Women, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia

Media Working Group, KY;

"New Works," National Video Festival, American Film Institute, Los Angeles

T H I R T Y   S E C O N D   S P O T   R E C O N S I D E R E D   (1988)
3/4 inch, ll min., color, sound.

Made at the time of the 1988 presidential election, this piece is about media power and market censorship . It is based on a true story about the adventures of the artist buying network time for a TV spot,--an ad for counter-bicentennial activities in l976, confronting the system of invisible, corporate censorship which runs broadcast television.

Boston Globe Critic's Choice Award, New England Film and Video Festival, Boston, 1990

Grand Prize, Video Zone, 1989. Zone Art Center, Springfield

Second Prize, Daniel Wadsworth National Video Festival, 1990

Colgate University

New American Makers, San Francisco


Majestic Theater, Boston

Real Artways, Hartford and New Haven

Median Operativ. Berlin, Germany

Utica College

Bennington College

The Anti-Censorship Show

Berlin Film Festival;

State University of New.York

PurchaseAustralian Film Festival, Berkeley

University of California, Irvine, and San Diego

University of Glascow, Scotland

London Art Institute, Media School, London College of Printing and Distributive Trades

J O A N   D O E S   D Y N A S T Y   (1986)
3/4 inch, 3l min., color, sound. Conceived, written, produced and performed by Joan Braderman. Co-directed and co-edited with Manuel De Landa.

"JOAN DOES DYNASTY has become the classic feminist performance video of the era." Yvonne Rainer, Filmmaker

"Creating the "post-scratch" chroma-key switcher effects she has made famous, the artist inserts her body into the world of the prime time soap opera, "Dynasty," where she does her now classic performance about the ways TV spectatorship simultaneously owns and disgusts its audience. Embodying the love/hate relationships so many of us experience with the characters and values of TV, Braderman "performs" feminist and reception theory, turning the the reigning ideas of her period into video vernacular. She skewers 80's obsessions with money and power and its sexual anxieties in a piece - both hilarious and terrifying."Few have matched the bravery and wit of JOAN DOES DYNASTY" Bob Reilly, SF MOMA

Premiere: 1987 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland, 1997

American Film Institute, National Video Festival, Los Angeles

The Museum of Modern Art, NYC

Museum of Fine Art, Philadelphia

Cinemama Festival, Montreal

Boston Film/Video Foundation

Australian Video Festival

Cinematrix, Festival of Films by Women Directors

Oviedo and Ayunta de Sevilla, Spain

The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Hallwalls, Rochester, NY

New American Makers, San Francisco

Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid

Institute of Conemporary Art, London

T E L L   T H E M   F O R   U S ;   M A D R E   I N   N I C A R A G U A   (1985)
3/4", 28 min., sound, color. Co-produced and edited with Jane Lurie
for Madre Video Project. Music by Duo Guardabaranco

Winner, l985 MADRE Achievement Award.

Shown at schools, churches, at the U.S. House of Representatives, Club Senzala, Port Washington Public Library, Univ. of Massachusetts, Union Video, Donnell Library, Syracuse University S.U.N.Y., Purchase, Colgate Univ., School of Visual Arts, (etc.) and used widely for organizing in the U.S., Central America and the Carribbean. Shown in The Deep Dish International Satellite Show, etc.

W A I T I N G   F O R   T H E   I N V A S I O N  -  
U . S .   C I T I Z E N S   I N   N I C A R A G U A   (1984)

3/4" 28 min., color, sound. Co-Produced with Direcotr, Dee Dee Halleck,
Skip Blumberg, Joel Kovel, Shu Lea Gheang, Karen Ranucci.

Winner - Best Documentary Award, Global Village Documentary Festival, NYC, 1984

Shown nationally on "PRESENTE" - WCET, Los Angeles, PBS

Van Dam Theater, NYC

Wexner Center for the Arts

The Whitney Museum

The Museum of Modern Art , NYC

Donnell Public Library

Cuban International Film Festival

University of California at San Diego

Bard College

& internationally in hundreds of schools, churches and community centers, galleries and

cable TV stations.

N A T A L I E   D I D N ' T   D R O W N   -  
J O A N   B R A D E R M A N    ' R E A D S '  
T H E   N A T I O N A L   E N Q U I R E R   (1983)

3/4", 28 min., color, sound. Produced by Paper Tiger TV.
Conceived, written and performed by Joan Braderman.
Co-directed and edited with Manuel De Landa.

"The artists' first venture into video performance is a manic enactment of the relationship of readers with tabloids. Championing gossip as "history according to women and more likely to be "true" than the New York Times," she takes us on a schizophrenic personal narrative tour of the world according to the Enquirer." Marha Gever Slandering the publisher on screen in true tabloid form, Braderman and De Landa create a style of scratch video, using sometimes vibrating, luridly framed video switcher "wipes" which both satirize and describe tabloid journalism's own glitzy style. An unreconstructed lover of tabloid fantasy, Braderman's face and body fly through the headlines and photos she loves in this brillant and disturbing satire about popular culture and its ubiquitous place in our lives." Elizabeth Hess, Village Voice

Shown widely on Public access and other Cable TV stations internationally

Premiere: Paper Tiger Television, Manhatten Cable TV, New York City

The Kitchen, NYC

1984 American Film Institute Video Olympics, Los Angeles

Whitney Museum of Art

The Walker Art Center

The "Made for TV" Festival

CHANNEL 4: London

The Institute of Contemporary Art, London

Chicago Art Institute

The W.P. A. Gallery, Washington

California Art Institute

Chicago Art Institute

Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, California

University of Toronto

University California

Universtiy of Massachusetts

S E L E C T E D   A R T I C L E S   A N D   R E V I E W S :
& Selected writings about her work:

Art in America

Art Journal



The New York Times

The Guardian (London)TheIndependent

The Village Voice

American Film


Decade Show Catalogue


Index on Censorship

AFI Video Festival Catalogue

Boston Globe


Mother Jones

"In Search of the Media Monster" Catalogue

The Chicago Reader Christian Science Monitor


Sight and Sound

Philadelphia City Paper

Time Out , London

JOAN DOES DYNASTY, the complete script; appeared in The Independent, Sept. 86

No More Nice Girls , Selections from the script, Motion Picture, Fall 1990

"New Feminist Video," by Martha Gever in

Illuminating Video; The Essential Guide to Video Art, eds. Doug Hall and Mary Jo Fifer

"The Hair of the Dog That Bit Us, Theory in Recent Feminist Art," Christine Tamblyn in

New Feminist Criticism, Art, Identity, Action, Eds, Joanna Frueh, Cassandra L. Langer & Arlene Raven.

Breakthroughs; Avant Garde Artists in Europe and America, 1950-1990

Guilty Pleasures; Feminist Camp From Mae West to Madonna, Pamela Robertson.

States of Emergency; Documentaries, Wars, Democracies, Patricia Zimmerman.

Ms. Braderman has also written extensively on film, video and the politics of representation. A selection:


The Village Voice

The Independent, Journal of the Association of Independent Film and Video

Motion Picture, Journal of the Collective for Living Cinema

Quarterly Review of Film Studies

Show Us Life; A History of the Committed Documentary

The AFI National Video Festival Catalogue

The Chicago Art Institute Film Catalogue


ROAR, Wexner Center Catalogue for Paper Tiger Anniversary

and was a co-founder of and editor/writer for: Heresies, A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics

T E A C H I N G   &   R E L A T E D   E X P E R I E N C E :

Hampshire College (l985-present)

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Museum School, 1992

Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, 1996

Guest Professorship at The London Institutes' London College of Printing and Distributive Trades

Media School, Department of Film and Video, 1995

The School of Visual Arts Department of Film and Video, l972-85

Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1978

Notre Dame University, 1977

New York University, 1973-77

Numerous seminars and workshops for students and professionals in the field

Ms. Braderman has lectured widely (list of papers and presentations available), was a co-founder of HERESIES; A FEMINIST PUBLICATION ON ART AND POLITICS (l976); The NYC Alternative Electoral Coalition, 1978, and such events as The Peoples' Convention, South Bronx, l980; and the Five College Women's Studies Conference on Gender and Visual Representation, l986; She has juried festivals such as FRAMEWORKS for WGBY and New England Film & Video Festival, grants/fellowships panels such as New York State Council on the Arts and The Bunting Institute at Radcliffe College.

Ms. Braderman has curated numerous film, video & performance exhibitions and shows,too numerous to name here.

O T H E R   R E C E N T   O N E   W O M A N   S H O W S   
&  P R E S E N T A T I O N S :

Ithaca College - ONE WOMAN SHOW, "Woman as Director Series," March 1999

Tillie K. Lubin Festival, Brandeis University, "WOMEN IN SHORTS," Keynote, March 1998

"ONE WOMAN SHOW," United World College Of The American West, Mentezuma, Arizona

Mt. Holyoke College - ONE WOMAN SHOW, APRIL 1998

Northampton Cable Television , Media One - 3 hour show of "Tribute to Joan Braderman," Shot by Media One, it was shown a number of times over the week of the Northampton Film Festival; shot on location at the Center for the Arts, Fall 1997

University of Glasgow, Department of Theater and Film

St. Martins' College of Art, Department of Film/Video/Mixed Media: Screenings and lecture

Media School, MFA Program, LCP, London Institute

National Film Theater, London; 3 day run of of JOAN SEES STARS

Reviewed in "Time Out," London, 1993.

Ms. Braderman serves on:

The Board of Directors of The Independent Television Service

The Northampton Cable Television Board

Ms. Braderman has served on the Board of The Association of Independent Film and Video Makers &emdash; is still working to build a democratic media with access for both producers and consumers -- to a rich, diverse and independent media.

O T H E R   D I S T R I B U T O R S :

Video Data Bank (312) 345-3550 at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago;

London Electronic Arts 01-734-7410;

Video Data Bank "What Does She Want?" Collection;

Arts for Television, Museum of Modern Art, NYC

Paper Tiger TV;

Women Make Movies (212) 925-0606

From the artist --via her new non-profit, NO MORE NICE GIRLS, INC: (413) 584-6012 (*NMNG - Web site lauch in Sept. 1999.)

Additional list of tapes and films made from l969-82, available on request.

Complete Press Pack And Stills Available Upon Request.

B I O   •   J O A N   B R A D E R M A N

Joan Braderman, award-winning video artist and writer, has been involved with film and video as a theorist, screenwriter, artist and producer, for over twenty years. Born in Washington, DC, she holds degrees from Harvard and New York University and has had a distinguished career as a teacher of film and video at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and at Hampshire College in Massachusetts. She began making 16mm films in college but got distracted by the Civil Rights, Anti-War and Womens' Movements. Through the seventies she wrote and spoke widely on image-making and the politics of representation and was a co-founder of the ground-breaking journal, "Heresies; A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics." She wrote a series of scripts for avant-garde filmmaker, Manuel De Landa and has produced numerous documentaries such as WAITING FOR THE INVASION, 1984, winner of the Global Village Best Documentary Award in 1984 and TELL THEM FOR US; MADRE IN NICARAGUA, 1985. Recently she has concentrated on a series of video pieces, which she writes and performs -- about women, desire and popular culture. The first of these, "NATALIE DIDN'T DROWN", begins with her own fascination with tabloids like the National Enquirer. In a style which has now been dubbed "stand-up theory", she delivers a "one woman, lunatic performance, at once embodying and sharply analyzing the schizophrenia of U.S. culture." * Made for Paper Tiger TV, it was also shown in such diverse places as the A. F. I. Olympics Video Show and on Channel 4 in London. Enthusiastic reviews in journals from Afterimage to The Village Voice made it a cult favorite because of its wild and irreverent humor. The now infamous "post-scratch" JOAN DOES DYNASTY, the second piece in the series, was included in the 1987 Whitney Bienniel Exhibition, The Edinburgh Film Festival and The Arts for Television International Show. According to reviews in such publications such as The Independent , The Manchester Guardian , and Contemporanea, "few have matched the technique, bravery and humor" ** of JOAN DOES DYNASTY which is "one of the two most impressive tapes in the video section [of the 1987 Whitney Bienniel]" *** "probably the most widely distributed feminist video ever made."**** It was ranked #4 in London Video Arts' Top Ten Tape List for 1988.


A sabbatical year and grant support produced two new pieces: 30 SECOND SPOT RECONSIDERED (11 min., 1988) and NO MORE NICE GIRLS (44 min, 1989). 30 SECOND SPOT RECONSIDERED, made at the time of the '88 presidential election, is a true story told by the artist about censorship and corporate style in an attempt to circumvent corporate TV media power. It was a Grand Prize Winner in Video Zone's 1989 Festival, was seen at the 'SHOW THE RIGHT THING' Conference in NYC, won Boston "Critic's Choice Award" in the 1990 New England Film and Video Festival, and took Second Prize in the Daniel Wadsworth National Video Festival. It is often used in the current effort to protect freedom of speech from the self-appointed congressional censors, now making noise. NO MORE NICE GIRLS (44 min. 1989), a more "personal" work combining scripted fiction, autobiography, and collage, speaks to a generation of "aging feminists from hell" armed with strong histories and friendships, but now facing the vicious backlash of the New Right. It opened at the Collective for Living Cinema in New York City, April 1989 to a double-packed audience of raucous and ardent supporters. It was selected for inclusion in international film festivals in San Francisco, London, the "New Works" show of the National Video Festival in Los Angeles, and at the I.U.C. in Yugoslavia. NO MORE NICE GIRLS won First Prize in the 1990 Daniel Wadsworth National Video Festival and is appearing in the DECADE SHOW at the Studio Museum of Harlem.


JOAN SEES STARS, 60 min. 1993; Part I - Starsick, Part II- MGM-Movie Goddess Machines premieried in the U.S. in VIDEO VISIONS at the New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center. In the U.K. it opened at the Institute of Contemporary Art & the British Film Theater. Selected shows and prizes inclede: Chicago Filmmakers; ICA , Boston; American Film Institute, National Video Festival, Los Angeles; Altlanta Film/Video Festival (Best "Dramatic" Criticism); San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film/Video Festival; Black Maria Film/Video Festival, (Juror's Citation); and Women in the Director's Chair. "It's a smart, low-budget bridge between theory and pop culture; funny and devastating at the same time." Cindy Fuchs, Philadelphia City Paper. "PILLOW TALK meets theory in JOAN SEES STARS when video diva Joan Braderman wrestles Liz, Ava, and other screen divas into bed for some frankly star-struck girl-talk -- a chatty free-ranging commentary on idolatry, mortality and proto-feminist bad girls." Bill Horrigan, curator, Wexner Center for the Arts. The De Cordova Museum in Lincoln, Massacusetts gave her a Retrospective, Dec. 1994-Jan. 1995 -- which included large, original cibachromes of stills from the videos, her series, MOVING STILLS, as part of the installation.

Her newest work: VIDEO BITES; TRIPTYCH FOR THE TURN OF THE CENTURY made with artist and Avid Editor Dana Master, premiered in PANDEMONIUM: Festival for Moving Images, London, Oct. 98.

She was awarded Koopman Chair in the Visual Arts at Hartford Art School, Hartford University for the Fall of 1996 and was given an evening show and "Tribute" at the Northampton Film and Video Festival, Northampton, Massachusetts, in November.

Ms. Braderman has received grant support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Film Institute, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Jerome Foundation, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Hewlett-Mellon Foundation and the Massachusetts Council on the Arts. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, NYC, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, The Institute of Contemporary Art in London, and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris, among others. She is on the Board of the Independent Television Service, still working to build access to a rich, diverse independent media.


Selections from Braderman Artist Statements:

"......Women haven't had a voice in moving pictures since the very beginning. My own voice as an artist -- at once bawdy and analytic-- and the many other voices of the women who have been changing the world in subtle ways, are the voices you hear in my videos. Young women come up to me at shows and say, "Thank God, you write women who sound like they have lived their own lives and have something to say about it." Remember when you were reading the millionth novel and realized that female subjectivity was always jerry-rigged???? I want the space and time for many inner lives on big screens and small, and in the vernacular of our times --pictures that move; gorgeous, complex and lavish pictures; and in them, of course, the voices and images of those who resist silencing, shaping, dieting, categorizing, flattening, erasure......"

"...... JOAN SEES STARS had to be made in video. The aesthetic I have developed is for and about video/television. The style of "appropriating" material from films and TV and "chroma-keying" myself into the image (some dubbed it "scratch video") was invented specifically to address the many problems and possibilities of being a spectator in media culture, our culture. It was designed to be made relatively inexpensively yet with the possibility of creating expressive - dare I say - beautiful? - engaging special visual effects. Such magical effects are generally used in our culture to sell or brutalize. I use them to engage the viewer's imagination, sense of humor and to get at issues of identification with the multiple meanings lurking in these industrial images. These meanings, sometimes readily accessible, sometimes not, tease the mind, the fascination, the obsessions, the unconscious and the body of the viewer. My videos work to suggest a sense of open play for the spectator, and in that play, I hope, the possiblitiy of democratizing of media culture........"

*Martha Gever in Afterimage ** Bob Riley in "Arts for Television Catalogue." *** Jim Hoberman in The Village Voice **** DeeDee Halleck, Producer, PAPER TIGER TELEVISION


Dana Master, Video, Installation and Digital Artist is also a professional film/video editor. She works on Avid and other high-end and low-end editing systems. Dana has recently moved to Philadelphia where she is currently teaching at the Philadelphia Art Institute and freelancing as camerawoman and producer. Master Co-Directed JOAN SEES STARS and VIDEO BITES which are available on ORDERING PAGE.

Stills can be viewed in DIGITAL GALLERY


Stashu Kybartas, video and installation artist is currently teaching at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He spent last year at Hampshire College where he taught and worked on editing his Lithuania piece at Hampshire's Digital Video Archive. Kybartas is known for his Lithuania-US installations as well as the works he made humanizing AIDS during the early years the desease was known in the US. DANNY, his single channel piece about a young AIDS victim has been shown often nationally and internationally.