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Weimar Silent Film

Between the First and Second World Wars, the German Weimar Republic became the scene for one of the most creative periods in cinema history.

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Eva Respini

While I think it’s important to acknowledge the history of the institution, we shouldn’t be too navel-gazing about it.

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Angel Kristi Williams

My aim is to tell the story visually first. I challenge myself to imagine the story only told through images.

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Paul Chan

T.S. Eliot said ‘A lifetime burns in every moment’. We are time capsules whether we like it or not.

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Jane Gillooly

My approach is restrained; I want the story to accumulate through the revelation of small details.

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Nayland Blake

I was, and am, very ambitious, but ambitious for the work rather than the career.

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Picturing the City

The next moment never arrives; it is frozen and doesn’t answer the question of what happens next.

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Paula McCartney

A Field Guide to Snow and Ice

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Jeffrey DeShell

It is the height of indiscretion to speak when silence is called for.

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Trickle-Down Counter Culture

I was baptized in the sweat spritzing from Robert Plant’s golden locks.

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Marina Berio

Berio uses her own blood in these gum-bichromate images.