Deborah Stratman: Early Shorts

Saturday, June 22, 2013, 1:30 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2

My Alchemy
1990. This reinterpretation of alchemical forces takes place during a summer holiday in Missouri at Karl’s farm. 7 min.

Upon a Time
1991. A fanciful dissection of the traditional Western storytelling form also evokes the Brothers Grimm and hip-hop. 10 min.

A Letter
1992. A video letter to an old lover is best written from a safe distance. 7 min.

the train from l.a. to l.a.
1992. One of Stratman’s early homages—to Robert Louis Stevenson’s great affair with travel—was shot during a round-trip train ride between Los Angeles and Chicago. 8 min.

1993. A film about secrets, hidden things, prying, digging...and an empty center. 3 min.

1994. Two states and the threshold between sleep and wakefulness. 7 min.

1995. A music video commission by James McMurtry. 5 min.

Program 47 min.

In the Film exhibition Deborah Stratman: The Thing Unnamed

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