Fries Hall, IMAP basement studio
Jeannette Louie is an award-winning Asian American experimental filmmaker and visual artist whose experimental films and installations delve deeply into the realm of human consciousness. Her cinematic fables reveal the primacy of human thought as it streams through immersive cognitive terrains. Informed by neuroscience, psychology and philosophy, these epic landscapes depict the impact conscious identity has upon reality.
Louie’s work is awarded and supported by a Rome Prize in Visual Arts at the American Academy in Rome, Creative Capital Foundation Fellowship, MidAtlantic Foundation for the Visual Arts Fellowship, Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Fellowship, Gapado AIR South Korea, Willapa Bay AIR, Yaddo, Skowhegan, The Center for Photography at Woodstock and Sculpture Space.
She has exhibited at Artists’ Television Access (SF), Cinesonika 3 (Northern Ireland), [.Box] at Visual Container (Milan), Platform Seoul (South Korea), Esso Gallery (NY), The Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art (NM, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts (MI), Homie (Berlin), Mills College Art Museum (CA), Spaces (OH), Alberto Peola Arte Contemporanea (Turin), The Montclair Art Museum (NJ) and The Noyes Museum (NJ).