Ellen Mueller

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Screening of “Leisure Tests” Complete

by Ellen Mueller on June 13, 2021, no comments

Saturday, June 12 at 1:30pm we screened Leisure Tests at Trylon Cinema, and also held a Q&A session afterwards. It was so fun to gather with others again and enjoy a video work in a real theatre! Many thanks to everyone who attended, and thank you to Chris Rackley for the thoughtful re-cap video posted […]

$5 Video at LHUCA

by Ellen Mueller on June 1, 2021, no comments

I’m please to have Leisure Test 04 included in $5 Video, and exhibition at LHUCA (Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts) in Lubbock, Texas, Friday, June 4-30, 2021. LHUCA 511 Ave. K Lubbock, TX, 79401 For those outside of Lubbock, here are the included works: WINNER: Maria Villanueva https://vimeo.com/549384506 Daniel Everett ttps://youtu.be/Z0YTmuHTKrw Rylee Henson https://vimeo.com/553110034 Ellen […]

“Leisure Tests” at Trylon Cinema

by Ellen Mueller on May 30, 2021, no comments

Join me at Trylon Cinema on Saturday, June 12 at 1:30pm for a premiere of my new experimental video series, “Leisure Tests.” In this series (10 short pieces, total running time 15 minutes), viewers will recognize the Mississippi river in combination with bodies shifting and moving to embody ideas of leisure at this specific location. […]

Glitch is the Soul in the Machine

by Ellen Mueller on May 30, 2021, no comments

I was one of the several jurors for this exhibition which will be on view at Winona State University, June 24-27. It is showcasing emergent forms of new media art that playfully reveal the way digital technologies influence our perception of reality even as they corrupt the practice of everyday life. The exhibit is free and open […]

“Walking as Artistic Practice” at UIndy

by Ellen Mueller on May 25, 2021, no comments

I’m excited to be teaching “Walking as Artistic Practice” at UIndy’s MA in Social Practice Art program this summer. It’s a multi-week workshop, and I’ll be teaching it online, building on the lessons learned from last summer’s online iteration. Interested in the class? Join me later this summer, when I’ll be teaching a variation of […]