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Caroline Koebel

Caroline Koebel

Caroline Koebel makes experimental cinema clashing aesthetics and politics. Koebel’s work has shown internationally, including retrospectives at Festival Cine//B (Santiago), Centre for Contemporary Art at Ujazdowski Castle (Warsaw), Directors Lounge (Berlin), and Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center (Buffalo), as well as at Anthology Film Archives and Scope Art Fair (New York), Ann Arbor Film Festival, Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley), Los Angeles Filmforum, Experiments In Cinema (Albuquerque), Bangkok Experimental Film Festival, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Camagüey International Video Art Fest (Cuba), Edinburgh International Film Festival, European Media Art Festival (Osnabrück), and LOOP Barcelona. Most recently, Young Projects in Los Angeles ran her solo show Incursions Into Cosmic Fear through August 2015. Her essays have appeared in Brooklyn Rail, Afterimage, Jump Cut, OtherZine, and Millennium Film Journal. Curatorial projects include Kino B: Contemporary Cinema by Berlin-based Artists, Forum on Torture, and The Friendship State: Texas Experimental Filmmakers. She received a BA in Film Studies at UC Berkeley and an MFA in Visual Arts at UC San Diego. On faculty at Transart Institute, Koebel's workshops in Berlin range from “Looking for Foxes: Wild Urbanity” to “Alienation Effect: We Get Brecht.”