OTHER VIDEOS

  • 2014 Groundhog Day Benefit Concert
  • About the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Aggie Zed: Keeper’s Keep
  • Ahead of the Wrecking Ball: A film on Ronald Ramsey
  • Art, Life & Politics: Shepard Fairey in Conversation with Mark Sloan
  • Awaken the Wall – Shepard Fairey Paints Murals in Charleston
  • Black Boiled Coffee & the Cacophony of Frogs – Evon Streetman
  • Bloodline
  • Bob Trotman: Business As Usual
  • Creature Comforts – Volker Seding
  • Diary of Dust: A Film on the Work of Jumaadi
  • Don ZanFagna: INFRA/ULTRA
  • Doug Beube: Re-Breaking the Codex
  • EMMETT STILL: A Short Film by Fahamu Pecou
  • Erwin Redl ART AS SYSTEM
  • Erwin Redl: Cubes (3×16)
  • ERWIN REDL: RATIONAL EXUBERANCE
  • Hunter’s Paradise Found – Kevin Kelly
  • I Can Heal
  • If Wishes Were Rivers – Jerome Meadows
  • Jiha Moon: Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here
  • Joseph Burwell and Herb Parker
  • Jumaadi: forgive me not to miss you not
  • Labyrinth – Motoi Yamamoto
  • Leslie Wayne: Recent Work
  • Lonnie Holley at Eddie’s Attic
  • Memory Speaks – Tiebena Dagnogo
  • MiniMusuem – Richard McMahan
  • Moon v 11-11-11
  • Mr. Bonetangles performs at the Groundhog Day Benefit Concert
  • PAPER PLANE PEOPLE SHADOW TROUPE
  • Paper, Wood, Rope etc. – E.H. Sorrells-Adewale
  • Patricia Boinest Potter: Patterns of Place
  • Pentagram of Loss – Pinky/MM Bass & Renee’ Cheveallier
  • Pulse Dome Project Slide Montage
  • Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto
  • Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto (Dismantling Ceremony)
  • Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto (Making of)
  • Set in Stone: Zen Garden Installation by Long-Bin Chen
  • Shadow Puppet Performance
  • Shepard Fairey by Brett Novak
  • Something to Take My Place: The Art of Lonnie Holley
  • State of the Arts
  • The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation
  • White Days Unswallowed – Bob Ray
  • Work V. Work N. – Aldwyth
  • I Can Heal

    I Can Heal, 2013

    6 minutes

    Commissioned for the exhibition Renée Stout: Tales of the Conjure Woman

    Executive Producer: Mark Sloan
    Producer: Brady Welch
    Directed by: Colin Sonner & Brady Welch
    Cinematography by: Colin Sonner
    Edited by: Meghan Sims
    Original Score by: Bill Carson
    Color Correction by: Evan Kultangwatana
    Sound Design by: Roger Middenway
    Special thanks to Jim Ross of the Washington Canoe Club & The Hill Family of Cabin Creek Heritage Farm

     

    The film I Can Heal explores the world of Renée Stout by way of Fatima Mayfield, an urban conjure woman created by the artist as an alter-ego and vector. Whether as equal opposites or as corresponding echoes, the relationship between the two is porous and shifting. A number of motifs throughout the film speak to this, most notably the narration, which is conceived as an audio palimpsest of two voices merging and diverging, recalling each other, and “sliding” over the course of a number of incantations, chants, and parables. The passages themselves are taken from the exhibition’s accompanying glossary of conjure terminology, the Bible’s Parable of the Sower, and a lover’s recipe recounted by Zora Neale Hurston in her book Mules and Men

     

    Funding for this project has been generously provided by Furthermore: a program of the J.M. Kaplan Fund. Additional support was provided by Accola Griefen Gallery in New York City, the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Hemphill Fine Arts in Washington, D.C., and Zanatta Contemporary Art / Zanatta Editions in Shawnee, Kansas.


    Community Partners 2017