Kera MacKenzie at IFFR
Kera MACKENZIE (1985, USA) is a Chicago-based artist interested in the spaces between different art forms. Her body of work consists of films, photography and performances. MacKenzie was educated in Moving Image at the University of Illinois and founded the live-streaming television network ACRE TV. Kera MacKenzie has made several films with Andrew Mausert-Mooney and their collaboration In a Perfect Fever is being screened at IFFR 2016.
Monadic Flux (2009, short), Leveling Tendencies of a False Transference (2010, short), Control Group (2012), Teaching a Carton of Eggs to Dance (2010, short), Lunar Lake: The Story Behind the Scenery (2012, short), Abductive Object #2 (2013, short), Abductive Object #4 (2013, short), Inside Voices Hollow Objects (2013, short, co-dir), MUCK MUCK \/ MONICA PANZARINO (2013, short, co-dir),
Eve of Destruction (2014, short), Local Ads from Faraway Places (2014, short, co-dir), havoc and tumbled (2015, short, co-dir), In a Perfect Fever (2015, short, co-dir)