Ghost TV is an experimental animation that utilizes the novel , My Life in the Bush of Ghosts by Amos Tutuola, as a structural matrix. It celebrates stop motion strategies while embracing digital technologies. This short is a collage. Fragments of sound, image, and history juxtapose in a compelling, compact form.
Leslie Baum is a Chicago-based painter whose work is invitational in nature. Her painting practice is informed by her twenty three years as a museum educator at the Art Institute of Chicago. Baum received her BA from the University of Vermont and studied abroad at the Glasgow School of Art. She has exhibited nationally and internationally with exhibitions in New York, San Francisco, Portland, Mexico City, Rome, and South Korea. Her drawings and paintings are in the permanent collections of the Chicago Art institute and the Elmhurst Art Museum. Her work has been reviewed extensively, including in Artforum, Art in America, Hyperallergic, and the Chicago Tribune. She has received residencies at Yaddo and the Vermont Studio Center.
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