Monday, November 17, 2014
Julie Perini’s videos and films use experimental processes to reveal new information about everyday spaces. She uses a variety of media – handheld consumer cameras, handmade 16mm film, HD video, and audio – to gather visual and aural material about her daily life. She then processes this material through critical lenses and theoretical frameworks that deepen her understanding of the moments and places she documents. Throughout these public interventions and private reflections, her works subtly interrogate assumptions about social space, countering dominant narratives and offering nuanced and complex accounts of experience.
(Photos: Robert Duncan Gray)