A new exhibit at the Power Plant Gallery, Deborah Stratman: Speculative Terrains, examines both rural and urban landscapes through lenses of history, science, and mythology. The show features a range of work—photography, video, and installation—by the award-winning artist and filmmaker that explores how places, ideas, and the undercurrents of society are intertwined. Stratman will be a visiting scholar with Duke’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program in early February, where she will provide feedback to current students’ work through individual studio visits and other events.
Deborah Stratman: Speculative Terrains On view through February 28, 2014. For more information on the exhibition, contact email@example.com.
Deborah Stratman: Short Films Public Talk and Screening Tuesday, February 11, 7 p.m. Full Frame Theater, Power Plant Building American Tobacco Campus 320 Blackwell St., Durham, North Carolina Directions
Images from The Name is not the Thing Named (Deborah Stratman, 2012, 10 min)
The Power Plant Gallery at American Tobacco Campus is a joint initiative of Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies and MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program. A laboratory for documentary and experimental art practices, the gallery provides ongoing opportunities for the Duke and Durham communities to consider the essential role and transformative capacity of the arts in society.