CRITICAL ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICE LECTURE SERIES
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Having been involved with video since the early 1970s, Susan Mogul is a pioneer of the medium. Initially producing an important series of humorous and staunchly feminist performance videos, her practice quickly expanded to more complicated and experimental forms of narrative, including feature length work.
Mogul’s video/film retrospective was presented at “Visions du Reel” International Film Festival in Switzerland in 2009. Driving Men (2008), a feature length film, was on the film festival circuit in Japan, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, India, Serbia, Estonia, Poland, and Taiwan. In 2011, Mogul’s video art and photo collages were in five “Pacific Standard Time” exhibitions in California.
Mogul has been a recipient of numerous grants including a Guggenheim Fellowship, ITVS commission, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Getty Trust Fellowship, Tree of Life grant, and Center for Cultural Innovation innovative project grants.
Women of Vision: Histories in Feminist Film and Video, devotes a chapter to Mogul's work and career, and, the UCLA Oral History Program printed the volume, “Susan Mogul: An Oral History.”
Mogul’s museum exhibitions include: the Getty Museum; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark; MOCA, Los Angeles; and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Mogul’s resume and work samples are available on www.susanmogul.com.
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