CAMP (2010)
CAMP (2010)

Experimental Video Essay, 25 mins.

WINNER OF THE BEST UPCOMING DIRECTOR AT THE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL, 2011

 CAMP is a 3-part, single channel, experimental, video essay exploring the secrets that underscore Jewish history and culture. Through a look at 3 camp environments, CAMP engages a queer re-telling of the traditional Purim story, the censored passages in Anne Frank's diary, and a haircut given by a grandfather in order to reveal the ways in which these secrets haunt the surface of our cultural moments.  CAMP  is framed through a play on the word ‘camp’ utilizing a camp sensibility amidst an analysis of temporary built environments. 

CAMP is a 3-part, single channel, experimental, video essay exploring the secrets that underscore Jewish history and culture. Through a look at 3 camp environments, CAMP engages a queer re-telling of the traditional Purim story, the censored passages in Anne Frank's diary, and a haircut given by a grandfather in order to reveal the ways in which these secrets haunt the surface of our cultural moments. CAMP is framed through a play on the word ‘camp’ utilizing a camp sensibility amidst an analysis of temporary built environments. 

Documentation from installation at Access Gallery (2011)
Documentation from installation at Access Gallery (2011)
CAMP (2010)
 CAMP is a 3-part, single channel, experimental, video essay exploring the secrets that underscore Jewish history and culture. Through a look at 3 camp environments, CAMP engages a queer re-telling of the traditional Purim story, the censored passages in Anne Frank's diary, and a haircut given by a grandfather in order to reveal the ways in which these secrets haunt the surface of our cultural moments.  CAMP  is framed through a play on the word ‘camp’ utilizing a camp sensibility amidst an analysis of temporary built environments. 
Documentation from installation at Access Gallery (2011)
CAMP (2010)

Experimental Video Essay, 25 mins.

WINNER OF THE BEST UPCOMING DIRECTOR AT THE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL, 2011

CAMP is a 3-part, single channel, experimental, video essay exploring the secrets that underscore Jewish history and culture. Through a look at 3 camp environments, CAMP engages a queer re-telling of the traditional Purim story, the censored passages in Anne Frank's diary, and a haircut given by a grandfather in order to reveal the ways in which these secrets haunt the surface of our cultural moments. CAMP is framed through a play on the word ‘camp’ utilizing a camp sensibility amidst an analysis of temporary built environments. 

Documentation from installation at Access Gallery (2011)
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