Coleen FITZGIBBON

Nationality: american

Coleen Fitzgibbon is an experimental film artist who previously worked under the pseudonym “Colen Fitzgibbon” between the years 1973-1980. A student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Whitney Independent Study Program, she studied with Owen Land (aka “George Landow”), Stan Brakhage, Yvonne Rainer, Carolee Schneemann, Vito Acconci, and worked on film and sound projects for Dennis Oppenheim, Gordon Matta-Clark and Les Levine. She formed the collaborative X&Y with Robin Winters in 1976, The Offices of Fend, Fitzgibbon, Holzer, Nadin, Prince and Winters in 1979, and co-founded the New York based Collaborative Projects, Inc. (Colab) in 1977 through 1981, along with forty plus artists.

Fitzgibbon has screened her work at international film festivals, museums and galleries, including New Museum, VIENNALE (Vienna Internatl Film Festival), Hunter College, The Toronto International Film Festival; Museum of Modern Art, NYC; Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago; Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Anthology Film Archives, NYC; Light Industry, NYC; De Appel, Amsterdam; Exit Art, NYC; Subliminal Projects Gallery, LA. Fitzgibbon currently resides in New York City and Montana.

4 MOVIES IN DISTRIBUTION

LAND OF NOD
1992-2013 / HI 8 / color-b&w / sound / single screen / 20' 00 / 70 €
distribution: Blu-Ray or Digital file on server
I.S. MIGRATION
1974-2010 / Betacam SP / color / sound / single screen / 17' 03 / 60 €
distribution: Digital file on server
RESTORING THE APPEARANCE TO ORDER IN 12 MIN.
1975 / 16mm / color / sound / single screen / 10' 00 / 35 €
distribution: Digital file on server
FM/TRCS
1974 / 16mm / color / sound / single screen / 11' 16 / 40 €
distribution: Digital file on server