Kelman Duran’s videos have been shown in different contexts in Berlin; Buenos Aires; Santiago, Chile; Los Angeles; New York; Ohio; the Viennale in Vienna; SPLIT Film Festival in Croatia; Zinebi in Bilbao, Spain; and the Sensory Ethnography Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He received his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in Film and Video. He was the resident curator at Otras Obras, an art space in Tijuana, Mexico in 2013. He recently curated a show The Border Again at Human Resources in Los Angeles. Duran’s work is mostly about architecture and social control, and is currently working on a long-term project titled OAPS and juxtaposes work about New York, Los Angeles, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and Tijuana. He mainly make’s diary videos and resides in Los Angeles.
Kelman Duran’s lecture is part of an event series organized by Alice Wang for the class Exhibition as Medium, and is generously sponsored by the UCSB Summer Sessions Cultural and Enrichment Grant.
Opening Reception of The Water Flows Up, Curated by Erik Martinson
Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 at 5:00-7:00pm
UCSB Arts Building, Room 1330
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