Jacqueline Susan Goss
Professor of Film and Electronic Arts
Primary Academic Program: Film and Electronic Arts
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Experimental Humanities, Science, Technology, and Society
Area of Specialization: video, animation, new media
Biography:B.A., Brown University; M.F.A., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Recent video and web-based works include Stranger Comes to Town (2007), How to Fix the World (2004), There, There, Square (2002), The 100th Undone (2001). Recent exhibitions and screenings at American Museum of Natural History, Eyebeam Atelier, Rotterdam Film Festival, New York Film Festival, London Film Festival, Pacific Film Archives. Recipient, Alpert Award in the Arts (2007), DAAD Fellowship (2005), Creative Capital Award (2005), Jerome Foundation Award (2003), New York State Council on the Arts Award (2002), New York Foundation for the Arts Award (1998). Contributor to gURL, alt-x, and beehive websites. At Bard since 2001.
- Research Interests: use of sound and voice in cinema and other media, uses of live video
- Other Interests: politics and science, the metric system, biometrics, birds, birdwatching
Highlights:2010-06-04 — Exhibition
Jacqueline Goss's animated documentary "Stranger Comes To Town" screens at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on Friday June 4th at 7pm and Sunday June 6th at as part of the "Creative Capital" series.
Location: Ottaway Film Center