Alice Miceli

88 from 14,00




Women’s Studio Workshop Presents: Alice Miceli At The C H R C H Project Space


88 lives are projected in Alice Miceli’s single-channel video-projection, “88 from 14,000.” From original Cambodian archives, Miceli chose to show 88 prisoners’ mug shots amidst a veil of falling sand as a representation of their time behind bars during the Khmer Rouge regime that executed them.

The film will premiere at the new Cottekill C H R C H Project Space, running on a loop from 5-8pm on April 13, and 4-6pm on April 14. Alice Miceli, a Women’s Studio Workshop’s NEA funded studio grant recipient, will be giving an artist’s talk on Saturday evening at 6pm.

Alice Miceli creates conceptual visualizations for extreme, often socio-political, issues, dealing with subjects such as time, memory and death. With an interest in the meanings inherent to media and the production of documentation, she seeks to re-signify facts and stories, creating a poetics that lies in the realm of the “unportrayable”, rethinking strategies of perception.

Alice was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She graduated in 2001 from the Ecole Supérieure d´Etudes Cinématographiques, in Paris, and has since then created and exhibited projects widely, in venues such as TRANSITIO_MX festival, Mexico City, 2009; transmediale.09 festival, Berlin; Museum of Modern Art-Bahia, 2008; Sydney Film Festival, 2008; Place@Space exhibition, Hasselt, 2008; 2008 Images Festival, Toronto, among others. Alice is currently based in Berlin, working on the final stages of the Chernobyl Project, developed between Germany and Belarus.

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