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Zoe Chronis is committed to videography that deepens engagement with immediate experience at the expense of long-term preservation. Her video work often involves faulty equipment and in-camera editing, blurring the boundary between intention and chance. Her work was recently screened at Film Diary NYC and included in the group exhibition throwntogetherness, organized by Mobile Projection Unit and Lino Kino. In 2012 she received an Affiliated Fellowship at The American Academy in Rome and has attended artist residencies in Finland and Iceland. She spent the summer of ‘22 accidentally re-making Joyce Wieland's 16mm film Sailboat on MIniDV. Zoe grew up in Cincinnati, OH and currently works for community media in Brooklyn, NY.


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Selected Bibliography

"All They Can Q+A," Digital America Issue No. 18, November 2021

"Landscapes," Analog Cookbook, Issue #4, July 2021

"Fleeting Moments: Temporality and the Still Life," Analog Forever Magazine, July 2021

"Photo-Collages," Caesura Magazine, December 2020

"Ways & Means," Skelf Space, July 2020

"An Interview with Zoe Chronis," Videofocus Magazine, 9th Edition, December 2014


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