Diane Bonder’s poetic semi-narrative and documentary film and media works explore themes of identity. This exhibition spans 10 years of the Brooklyn-based artist’s Super-8, 16mm, and video work. Bonder’s shooting and editing style intimately marks the passage of time and poetically engages the viewer. Each theme is presented within a social and philosophical framework, coupled with compassion, subtle humor, and intelligence.
Organized by Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, Department of Film and Media. Special thanks to Kathy High.