Artist and Workspace Resident Caroline Doherty will lead a workshop/master class on devised performance, exploring the inherent differences, strengths, and challenges of live performance, mediated performance, and performance for the camera.
Led by Workspace residents Rachael Rakes and Leo Goldsmith, this seminar considers the post-1990s “documentary turn” within contemporary art, taking on coextensive pivots in non-fiction cinema towards a language of video art and installation.
Artist and Workspace Resident Lea Bertucci will lead a small class focusing on technical audio recording techniques using a Zoom H6 and equipment from Squeaky as well as creative, lo-fi approaches using microcassette recorders.
This master class by Workspace Resident Deniz Tortum focuses on interactive documentary practices with a focus on Virtual Reality documentaries. What makes something a documentary in the post-photographic visual era?
Join us and our Workspace Resident Researcher, Dana Tyrrell as we explore documentary photography centered in and around New York City in the 1970's and 80's, with special focus given to the work of Peter Hujar and David Wojnarowicz.
A discussion group and creative workshop led by Black Magnolias that will use speculative fiction--Afrofuturism, science fiction and fantasy--as a tool to create new worlds of hope and change, responding to newly commissioned writing by Rasheedah Phillips.
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Squeaky Wheel’s events are made possible with generous support by the County of Erie and County Executive Mark Poloncarz, the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, individual members, businesses, and supporters.