Exhibitions Anna Kipervaser
Project Space Studio
- Film still from "in ocula oculorum" (2021) by Anna Kipervaser; 12min, digital, sound. © Anna Kipervaser. Courtesy of the artist.
Listen to the Project Space Podcast featuring Anna Kipervaser.
Perceptual Exploration: In-Dialogue with Anna Kipervaser
7-9pm in the VSW Microcinema (Info/Tickets)
Project Space Residency
Anna Kipervaser is a Ukrainian-born artist whose practice engages with a range of topics including human and animal bodies, ethnicity, religion, colonialism, and environmental conservation. Her engagement with these topics is informed by a commitment to formal experimentation, DIY and alternative processes, spanning a variety of disciplines, currently focusing on experimental and documentary moving image works in both 16mm film and digital video. Her work screens at festivals internationally, including at Slamdance, Full Frame, Crossroads, Process Experimental, Florida Experimental, Edinburgh International, San Francisco International, Light Field, Antimatter, Fracto, Imagine Science, Milwaukee Underground, Chicago Underground, Indie Grits, Muestra Internacional Documental de Bogota, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, among others. Anna’s work also screens in classrooms, galleries, museums, microcinemas, basements, and schoolhouses! Her films are distributed by CFMDC, Alchemiya, and Canyon Cinema. She is also a painter, printmaker, educator, curator of exhibitions, programmer of screenings.
This program is supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the New York State Legislature; the National Endowment for the Arts; the Max and Marian Farash Foundation; and Joy of Giving Something.
- Anna Kipervaser views color slides on a light box in the VSW Project Space during her residency.
- Anna screened "Doctor De Soto" and other 16mm films from the VSW collection on the Steenbeck in the Moving Image Lab during her residency.
- Anna's just-developed 16mm film on a film dryer in the VSW Darkroom.
- Anna arranges color-aid squares by shade for her future project "Context of Perception" in VSW's Project Space during her residency.