Wednesday, April 8, 5:15 PM
Bill Brown is a media artist interested in ways landscape is interpreted, appropriated, and reconfigured according to human desires, memories, and dreams. His research interests include haunted houses, memorial architecture, and outsider archaeology.
Brown’s films have screened at venues around the world, including the Rotterdam Film Festival, the London Film Festival, the Sundance Film Festival, and Lincoln Center. A retrospective of his films was shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He currently lives in North Carolina where he is an Associate Professor of Media Production at UNC-Chapel Hill. Along with Sabine Gruffat, he the founder of the Cosmic Rays Experimental Film Festival.
XCTRY, 2018, 7 min.
Buffalo Common, 2001, 23 min.
Roswell, 1995, 16mm, 20 min.
Amarillo Ramp, 2017, co-directed by Sabine Gruffat, 25 min.