kara lynch (MFA) is a time-based artist living in the Bronx, NY who earns a living as an Associate Professor of Video and Critical Studies at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Ambivalent towards hyper-visual culture, she is curious about duration, embodiment, and aural experience; and through low-fi, collective practice and social intervention lynch explores aesthetic/political relationships between time + space. Her work is vigilantly raced, classed, and gendered – Black, queer and feminist. Major projects include: `Black Russians' – a feature documentary video (2001), `The Outing' – a video travelogue (1999-2004), `Mouhawala Oula' – a gender-bending trio performance for oriental dance, live video, and saxophone (2009). The current project 'INVISIBLE', an episodic, speculative, multi-site video/audio installation – excavates the terror and resilient beauty of Black experience.
transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Art and Visual Studies, Art Theory, Cultural Studies, Film, Photo, and Analog Media, Gender and Queer Studies, Gender in Cultural and Media Studies, Gender Studies and Queer Studies, Literary Studies, Literary Theory and Literary Studies, Media Studies, Postcolonial Studies
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