My MFA thesis installation was an exploration of knowledge and growth in three forms – physical, spiritual, and intellectual. For me, it represented a measurement of my position at the time as a female artist, in relation to these themes. In the following paragraphs, I will provide a description of the installation and each of […]
A remake of a piece I created in a one-day workshop with animator Bill Plympton, at the 2001 Woods Hole Film Festival. The new version has more detailed drawings than the original, and a second sneeze.
Neoscientific Dancer II, 1996
This is one of two animations made with the Red Set. It was made by capturing short video sequences instead of stills. It’s another simplistic attempt at combining character movement and background motion.
Neoscientific Dancer I, 1996
This was made on the Red Set. It was shot on b&w super8 film.
This is my first animation. It was shot on super8 film, and transferred to video.
March 20, 2002
South Station, Boston, MA
Director: Yanni Batteau
Living Statues: Michael Pope, Amanda Palmer, Karin Webb
Music: Copley Chamber Players
Video: Juliet Schneider
Audio: David Rodal