Multimedia — Dec 04, 2009

MFA Lecture: Laura Parnes


Video and installation artist Laura Parnes speaks about her work as part of the MFA in Visual Studies Graduate Lecture Series.

Laura Parnes’ videos and installations are informed by traditions and genres in both narrative film and video art, and seek to blur the lines between conventions of story telling and experimentation. Her most recent work, “Blood and Guts in High School” was named in the Village Voice as a top-10 experimental film/video for 2005. She has taught at New York University and The New School. She joined Bennington faculty in fall of 2004. She has screened and exhibited her work widely in the US and internationally.

This PNCA MFA in Visual Studies Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture took place at the Museum of Contemporary Craft.

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