Episode 2: [Re]Constructing Memory with Mysterious Objects
with Marsha Pels
Marsha Pels earned a BFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1972 and completed her MFA in sculpture in 1974 at Syracuse University, NY. In 1984-85, she was awarded the Prix de Rome for Sculpture from the American Academy in Rome, Italy. For the past thirty years, Pels has participated in over thirty group shows atvarious venues throughout the United States, a selection of which include: Kouros Sculpture Center, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Oscarsson Hood Gallery, Krasner Gallery, and the Nielsen Gallery, among many others.
Her solo exhibit “Solace” is on view now until February 7th, 2021 at the Lubov in New York City.
Video courtesy of Claire Unabia
Episode 1: Interactive Cinema and its Adaptation to the Web
with Grahame Weinbren
Grahame Weinbren is a pioneer of interactive cinema. His installations have been exhibited since 1985, including the Whitney Museum, ICA (London), the Guggenheim Museum, the Bonn Kunsthalle, and the Centre Georges Pompidou. Commissions include the National Gallery of Art, the City of Dortmund, and NTT/ICC Tokyo. Weinbren has published and lectured for three decades on cinema, interactivity, and new media. He is the senior editor of the Millennium Film Journal and a member of the graduate faculty of the School of Visual Arts in New York.Available now: