Brooklyn Gallery Screens MFA Candidate’s Films

April 21st, 2014 by Amanda Pierce
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Still from "Always Nowhere" by MFA candidate Liz Roberts

Still from “Always Nowhere” by MFA candidate Liz Roberts

MFA candidate Liz Roberts‘ short films were screened at Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn, NY, as part of the NO SHOW exhibition, a group show of celluloid films damaged while being developed in commercial labs.

During the opening and closing NO SHOW events in March, artists presented their stories live and screened surviving elements of their films.

Roberts’ work was also featured in two other Microscope Gallery shows last summer.

Her films screened during the exhibitions included Farmageddon, Cicatrix, Always Nowhere (the first documentation video of her MFA installation), and A List of Things That Make the Heart Beat Faster.

Roberts lives in Delaware, OH.

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