• Curator Bio
  • Adriane Little

    Call Home Mothers Dead, excerpt | silent, TRT 21:00 mins

    Adriane Little is the curator of the group video exhibitions 17 Days, Plus 3 Ferris Wheels, Ritual and Repetition and several solo exhibitions including Louise Noguchi, Nicole Jolicouer and the Onion by Marina Abramović, among others.

    Her own work has been included in several recent group exhibitions & film festivals, including Video Art in the Age of the Internet at the Chelsea Art Museum in NYC, Death Bizarre at The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Insatiable Streams: 10 years of the Institute for Electronic Arts at the Beijing B.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in Beijing China, Vertical Hold at Gallery One in Ellensburg Washington which traveled to Punch Gallery in Seattle Washington, Missed Communication at Georgetown College. Her video, Invoice, has been screened at the Dawson City International Film Festival in the Yukon, Three Rivers Film Festival, Prince Edward Island International Film Festival, Rockport FIlm Festival, Maryland Film Festival and the Leeds International Film Festival, among others.

    She has three upcoming solo exhibitions of her work; the photographic series Keeping up with the Jones’ at Kingscott in Kalamazoo in July 2009, Call Home Mothers Dead as a single-channel video in the Fine Art Niche at the University of Virginia in June 2009 and as a multi-channel installation at Saint Mary’s College in South Bend IN at the end of August 2009.

    Adriane Little received an M.F.A. from the University at Buffalo. She is an Assistant Professor of Photography & Intermedia in the Gwen Frostic School of Art at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo MI. Adriane Little is represented by Peak Gallery in Toronto Canada.


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