The (NotSo) Short Fest

Monday, Jan 25, 2021

Ely Center of Contemporary Art
51 Trumbull Street
New Haven, CT 06510

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Conceived, compiled, and curated by Jean Marie Casbarian

Produced by Jean Marie Casbarian and Taylore C. Wilson

The (NotSo) Short Fest is a 5-hour collection of video shorts created by Transart Institute’s MFA students, faculty and advisors from around the globe. Conceived, compiled, and curated by Jean Marie Casbarian (faculty + advisor), the festival celebrates the creative minds of these international artists over the span of 16 years since the inception of this unique, international low-residency MFA and PHD program.

Five hours of 77 video shorts by 72 artists make up the series of hourly chapters that will screen cumulatively over 11 weeks.

Panel discussions, artists talks, studio visits, and other events featuring the international artists are in development.

Schedule:

CHAPTER 5  |  4:07:08

Leah Decter | Winnepeg, Canada
Listen, 2020

Mikkel Niemann | Denmark
G60, 2020

Jeanne Criscola | Connecticut, USA
tech-no-logica, 2008
The nomenclature of control in computing

Daniel Arnaldo Roman Rodriguez | Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Failure to Compromise our Embarrassment (The Impossibility of Moral Behavior), 2013

Daniel Hyatt | Pakistan
Raw Boaty Chronicles, 2020

Lindey Anderson | Denver, Colorado
Stealing Footsteps, Berlin 2016

Judy Mazzucco | Clarksburg, USA
Yesterday Used to be Tomorrow, 2014

Alejandro Michelangelo Fargosonini | Santa Cruz, California, USA
The Final Critique, 2015
Feature length coming 2021

Christine Shannon | Seattle, USA
Jerusalem, 2007

Laia Solé and Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful | Spain/USA
e-, 2016
Excerpt of video installation part of e-.
Video: Jorge Ochoa / Editing: Laia Solé

Jaye Alison Moscariello | Redwood Valley, California, USA
Jaye Losing Her Mind (Bill Taylor on Piano), 2020

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