Masha Vlasova: I don't think you can see the island

Masha Vlasova

Four videos by Masha Vlasova:

Checkov’s Masha Masha (3 min)

Wigs (5 min)
Her Type (4:20 min)
Frame Work (9:20 min)

MASHA VLASOVA (b. Saratov, Russia) is an interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker born in Russia and raised in New York. She is a recipient the Fulbright Fellowship in Filmmaking awarded for research toward the production of a film-essay Monuments and Other Things that Change. In 2015 she was awarded Alice Kimball Fellowship and the JUNCTURE Art and Human Rights Fellowship at Yale Law School to pursue an ongoing research project focused on poetry and protest in contemporary Russia. She is a co-founder of the curatorial project “Shared Space” in Chattanooga, TN. Her works have been exhibited and screened at Smack Mellon, Anthology Archives, and Abrons Arts Center in New York, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, and Leeds College of Art, UK.  She has given lectures and presentations on my work at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, and Davidson College, among others. Her forthcoming essay about monument rotation in the Kyrgyz Republic will be published inMonument Culture in 2018. She currently teaches Digital Media and Video Art at the School of Art, Architecture + Design at Indiana University.