In Person: Sabine Gruffat, Bill Brown
In this collection of recent work by North Carolina artists Sabine Gruffat and Bill Brown, celluloid film serves as both a material register and a critical resource for interrogating the documentary image. Whether using discontinuous montage, handmade techniques, digital processing, or dramatic re-enactments, these experimental films aim to extend the formal possibilities of non-fiction filmmaking, while depicting such iconic subject matter as Confederate monuments, Earthworks, and the great American road trip.
Take It Down | Sabine Gruffat/USA 2018. 12 min.
XCTRY | Bill Brown/USA 2018. 6 min.
Life On the Mississippi | Bill Brown/USA 2018. 28 min.
Framelines | Sabine Gruffat/USA 2017. 10 min.
Amarillo Ramp | Bill Brown, Sabine Gruffat/USA 2017. 24 min.
In partnership with Iris Film Collective