Artist-In-Residence Program

Wago Kreider, EIC Artist-in-Residence, 2013

 

Anja Dornieden and Juan David Gonzales Monroy

The Artist-in-Residence program of EIC grew out of a need to exercise Basement Films’ collection of more than 8000 16mm films (see searchable databases as http://www.basementfilms.org/#!archives/c10tw). In the past we have used the collection for unique screenings, scholarly research, found-footage filmmaking, and loop making workshops.

 

However, through it all, the collection of our archived films remains under utilized. It is the “job” of a resident artist to work with the collection during their three week tenure in Albuquerque (see https://vimeo.com/137990685#at=45 for a video tour of Basement Films archive).

 

The results of their creative research is then presented to the public as part of Experiments in Cinema. To date, we have hosted artists:

 

The results of their residencies have been insightful, forward thinking and varied both in terms of engagement with this particular creative research and their public/festival presentations.  

Kamila Kuc

Caryn Cline

Linda Fenstermaker

Julie Perini

Founder/Director – Bryan Konefsky

Technical Director – Melinda Kowalska
Design/Workshop Coordinator –Beth Hansen
Hospitality Director – Ren Adams

Youth Program Director – Nina Shoenfeld

Yearbook Editors – River Quane, David Camerana,     Angie Beauchamp, Beth Hansen

Print Traffic Controller – Nichole Hoch

Special Projects Coordinator – Peter Lisignoli

House Manager - Jenette Isaacson

 

Experiments In Cinema Festival Directors

Experiments In Cinema
Curatorial Committee

To Be Announced Soon.

P.O. Box 9229
Albuquerque, NM, USA 87119

 

experimentsincinema@gmail.com

Phone: 505-916-1635

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Experiments in Cinema is an annual project hosted by Basement Films. Basement Films is a 501-c3, non-profit organization. This project is made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.