Films & Videos by Julie Perini
Julie Perini in person!
Saturday, February 15th at 8:00 pm, $7-10
The Nightingale will be screening a selection of Julie Perini’s short film and video works followed by a Q&A with the artist herself!
Julie’s films and videos are completely unique to her personality and inquisitive mind. Both a source of social commentary and an ode to the mundane, each piece is graceful, curious, heartbreaking, and hilarious.
Julie practices daily video making through what she calls “Minute Movies”. Each day she records something about a minute in length with a small camera she carries with her. This ritual helps her to explore her curiosities on a day to day basis, which helps her to carefully craft and tinker with her longer works. Her minute movies along with her longer films and videos are both refreshing and relevant, making for a particularly intriguing view.
Originally from Poughkeepsie, NY, Julie received her MFA at the University of Buffalo before moving west. Julie currently lives in Portland, OR, where she teaches experimental video at Portland State University.
Programmed by Emily Eddy.
Filed under: experimental, film, new media, video