Kerry TRIBE (1973, USA) works with film, video and installations. Tribe draws inspiration from the Structuralist filmmakers of the 1960s and 1970s. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions in cities such as Toronto, Oxford and London, and is also included in the collections of MoMA in New York and The Generali Foundation in Vienna. Tribe lives and works in Los Angeles.
Kerry Tribe at IFFR
Northern Lights (Cambridge)
Conceptual film about a murder in the Greystone Mansion in 1929 and exploration of structure in Hollywood films that were actually shot here.
The Los Angeles River is 51 miles long, and in Exquisite Corpse it takes 51 minutes to follow the river from its start at the San Fernando Valley to the mouth of the Pacific Ocean. A colourful ode to the people, animals and plants along the L.A. River.