Annie MacDonellStill: OUTHERE (for Lee Lozano)
Annie MACDONELL (1976, Canada) is a Toronto-based visual artist, whose starting point in her practice is the photographic impulse to frame and capture. Her work includes film, installation, sculpture, performance and writing in addition to photography. She received a BFA from Ryerson University in 2000, followed by graduate studies at Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains, in France. Her performances have been presented at Nuit Blanche Toronto, Centre Pompidou and the Toronto International Film Festival. She is a founding member of Emilia Amalia, a feminist research and writing group, and is an assistant professor at Ryerson University. She made Communicating Vessels (2020) in collaboration with artist Maïder Fortuné.
(all short) Cinema and Visual Pleasure (2001), The Fortune Teller (2015), Book of Hours (2019), Communicating Vessels (2020, co-dir), OUTHERE (for Lee Lozano) (2021, co-dir)