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Penny W Stamps School of Art & Design pres.

Live Event Canceled - Martha Colburn: Rip it Up

Penny Stamps Speaker Series

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Live event canceled: To limit the potential spread of respiratory viruses and safeguard those at highest risk of catching COVID-19, the University of Michigan has canceled all live events with estimated attendance of over 100 people.

As a result, live Penny Stamps Speaker Series events will not take place as scheduled. When possible, our weekly presentations will be available online: video presentations will be announced via email and on the Stamps website (https://stamps.umich.edu/stamps).

Filmmaker, artist, and animator Martha Colburn’s films examine the complex dynamics of contemporary life, politics, and society. Colburn works for years on a single project, and her films result from intensive research and meticulously rendered stop-motion animations. Through photography, collage, painting, and puppetry, Colburn uses handmade aesthetics to create touching, personal, and unforgettable narratives. Her film Metamorfoza was included in the 2017 B3 Biennale of the Moving Image in Frankfurt, Germany. Colburn is a Creative Capital grant recipient for Western Wild…or how I found Wanderlust and met Old Shatterhand, a densely textured documentary about the making of a film about the famed German author Karl May. She is a frequent featured artist at the Sundance Film Festival, where she initiated the “New Frontiers” film and video installation program in 2007 with her film Meet Me in Wichita. Colburn was also a featured artist at the opening of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, with a live performance of films and music. Her work is in the collections at MOMA and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and her film Triumph of the Wild is permanently on show at the Military History Museum in Dresden, Germany.

Co-presented with the Ann Arbor Film Festival.

 
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