Jeanne Liotta Film/Video
Jeanne Liotta makes films and other cultural ephemera like photographs, vines, live projection events, works on paper, and sounds. Her interests often exist at a lively intersection of art, science, and natural philosophy, as epitomized in her 16mm film of the night skies Observando El Cielo (2007) which won the Tiger Award at Rotterdam Film Festival. She also maintains ongoing research into The Joseph Cornell Film Collection at Anthology Film Archives, and has taught widely and variously, including The New School, The San Francisco Art Institute, The Museum School Boston, Pratt Institute, and is now Associate Professor of Film at The University of Colorado, Boulder. Works represented numerous times in The New York Film Festival , Ann Arbor and Rotterdam International Film Festivals, and The Whitney Biennial (2006), Rencontres Internationales Paris/Madrid/Berlin, Centres George Pomipidou, The Menil Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, The Exploratorium SF, and Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn. Faculty at Bard MFA since 2003.