Amanda Dawn Christie
Since 1999 Amanda Dawn Christie has created dozens of experimental films, videos, expanded cinema performances, and installations, that have been presented around the world. She works with 35mm, 16mm, and super 8 film as well as analogue video, digital media, photography, installation art, sound art, electronics, and performance. Her work not only spans across these mediums but also brings them together in ways that blur the boundaries of where one discipline ends and the next begins.
She has spent the last two years working as a full time artist on various projects related to Spectres of Shortwave and Requiem for Radio. During this time, she traveled to various arts residencies to develop these works further. Returning from residencies in New York to Atlantic Canada, she plans to stay rooted in New Brunswick this fall (2017) where she now teaches part time at l’Université de Moncton while putting the finishing touches on Requiem for Radio, a suite of five interactive radio projects, at the Centre Culturel Aberdeen.
2016, 10:00 minutes
Spectres of Shortwave / Ombres des ondes courtes
2016, 113:00 minutes, colour, English & French