I am continuing the series of short experimental documentaries I am making about childhood. This one is about kids geocaching in the Bay area.
Music “Clouds” by The Wild Reeds.

My other videos about watching childhood:

About kids talking about the monsters hidden under their beds at night.

THE FORT (2011)
About kids constructing a fort for the fairies with twigs and pine cones and how it gets destroyed several times and several times re-constructed.

About the making of a drawing.

THE MAP (2010)
About a boy describing a piece of circuit board like it is the map of where he lives.

About the transformation by a little boy of recycled material into a house which eventually becomes a purse.

“The Fort” and “Under My Bed” at Rosalux Gallery, Minneapolis

Statement about the videos presented in the show

My videos are a “carnet de voyage” through childhood. I am taking notes (videotaping) on a regular basis. My background is socio-political graphic design but when I became a mother, it was obvious to me that one of the strangest and most interesting thing was happening right there in my house. So I decided to watch and videotape. I have two boys, they are usually willing to let me enter their space, sometimes it is them who ask me to videotape something specific.

I am using different medium in my work, both traditional and nontraditional: video, photography, murals, paintings, drawings, digital prints. My videos are often included in large scale installations where “here” (embodied by my close family) is put in perspective with “there” (represented by events happening in the world).

February 9 – February 29      
Rosalux Gallery:
Open Door 7, Minneapolis, MN.

Selected artists for Open Door 7:  Samantha VanDeman, Morehshin Allahyari, Michele Guieu, Laura Andrews, Jonathan McFadden, Janet Abrams, James Hannaham, Justine Di Fiore, Garet Martin, Evie Woltil Richner, Dan Gerber, Dave Beck, David Wischer, Christopher Houltberg, Christi Furnas, Broc Blegen, Anthony Donatelle, Anne Labovitz, Amy Tillotson.

This year’s show was juried by Steve Dietz who is President and Artistic Director of Northern Lights.mn, which is responsible for the all night city wide art event Northern Spark Fest as well as Art(ists) on the Verge.
Opening Reception: Friday February 10th from 6pm – 10pm.

“Behind The Glass” part of the exhibition “Blue” at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts

“Behind The Glass” was selected for the exhibition “Blue” at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts. This video is inspired by the events which occurred in Japan in March 2011: the tsunami and its aftermaths, the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

February 9 – March 17, 2012
Juried Exhibition by Karen Sjoholm, Program chair John F. Kennedy university, Berkeley Campus.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
6780 Depot Street
Sebastopol 95472