Slides and Records with Eileen Roscina and Kristin Buck
An informal evening highlighting analog audio and visual processes in a social format.
Eileen Roscina will be projecting a nontraditional selection of slides from her grandparents’ world travels from the 1950s-1970s. The performance/projection will open a cultural time capsule, construct a collective family memory and reinterpret the narrative of their journey. A 16mm film by Eileen Roscina to follow. Eileen is an artist, chef and naturalist from Denver, Colorado who works in a wide variety of mediums including botanical illustration. Eileen is an experimental filmmaker with a BFA in film from Emerson College in Boston, MA. Through biomimicry, her work examines and seeks to raise questions about human’s spiritual and social (dis)connection with nature. eileenroscina.com
Image above: slide by Alfred Richardson (1962)
Kristin Buck’s work explores identity, family, history and tradition through photographic processes, often applied to alternate materials specifically textiles and ceramics. She photographed her maternal and paternal grandmothers’ homes focusing on the objects that fill their everyday life and memories. Kristin Buck was born in Colorado in 1985. She Graduated with a BFA from Metro State University focusing on photography in 2014. kristinbuckphotography.wordpress.com/
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