WEDENSDAY May 29, 8pm
A QUITE ENVIRONMENT
new and recent works by Elle Burchill
approximately 60 minutes
Elle Burchill presents a “A Quite Environment”, an approximately 60-minute program of new, recent or seldom seen short video works, with an emphasis on works in which sound, or the lack thereof is important. Additionally, works involving digital accidents and those made from old model cell phone footage including two new such pieces are also featured.
Elle Burchill is Brooklyn-based artist. She is inspired by the unexpected and accidental and her works often explore the fragility of our bodies and circumstances. Her videos have screened at cinemas, galleries and festivals in the US and internationally including: White Box Gallery, Bronx Museum, Anthology Film Archives, Light Industry, Director’s Lounge, Berlin, Harvard Film Archives; Academia di Bella Arti di Brera, Milan Italy, Lucca Film Festival, Italy, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archives, Echo Park Film Center, LA, and the Chicago Underground Film among many others. Elle Burchill is a graduate of the University of Virginia and was born in Pittsburgh, PA