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Véréna Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor

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Véréna Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor

Véréna Paravel
Véréna Paravel is a French anthropologist and filmmaker. She made her first short video, 7 Queens at the Harvard University Sensory Ethnography Lab. She has recently completed Interface Series, five short videos shot entirely through Skype. Her work- screened in Boston, Paris and New York City's Amie and Tony James Gallery- explores evanescent forms of intimacy, mediation, and space, she draws on experimental ethnography.

 

Filmography
7 Queens(2008), Interface Series(2009), Foreign Parts(2010, co-dir.: Lucien Castaing-Taylor).

Lucien Castaing-Taylor(born 1966, Liverpool, UK)
Lucien Castaing-Taylor teaches at Harvard University where he is the Director of the Sensory Ethnography Lab. His work includes the short film Made in USA and In and out of Africa, co-directed with Ilisa Barbash. In 2009, he completed (with Ilisa Barbash) Sweetgrass, which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. He has completed a series of audio-video installations and photographic Westerns including Hell Roaring Creek (2010), The High Trail (2010), Coom Biddy (2012) and Bedding Down (2012).

 

Filmography
Made in USA(1990, co-dir.: Ilisa Barbash), In and out of Africa(1992, co-dir.: Ilisa Barbash),Sweetgrass  (2009,co-dir.: Ilisa Barbash), Leviathan(2012 co-dir.: Véréna Paravel).

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