Theater, Dance & Media and Perspectives on Performance welcomes filmmaker and artist James N. Kienitz Wilkins, in a talk about his practice ranging from 2012-present, covering short and feature film work, performative experiments, and art exhibitions.
ABOUT JAMES N. KIENITZ WILKINS
James N. Kienitz Wilkins is a filmmaker and artist based in Brooklyn. His work has screened at the New York Film Festival, Toronto, Locarno, Rotterdam, Berlinale, CPH:DOX, BAMcinemaFest, and beyond. In 2016, he was awarded the Kazuko Trust Award from the Film Society of Lincoln Center. In 2017, he was included in the Whitney Biennial, and a retrospective of his work was showcased at RIDM (Montreal). He has had solo exhibitions at Gasworks (London), Spike Island (Bristol, UK), and Kunsthalle Winterthur (Switzerland). His recent collaborative feature, The Plagiarists, premiered at the Berlinale and New Directors/New Films in 2019. He is Assistant Professor of Screen Studies at Eugene Lang College, The New School.
Photo by Lanna Apisukh
ABOUT PERSPECTIVES ON PERFORMANCE
Perspectives on Performance invites prominent artists and academics from different disciplines to speak about their work in and on interdisciplinary performance, with support from the Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities and Theater, Dance & Media.
Persons with disabilities are encouraged to participate. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation, please contact Theater, Dance & Media at tdm[at]fas.harvard.edu.