MFA, Parsons School of Design
Michele Beck is a visual artist who creates inter-disciplinary performances, multiple-screen video installations, single-channel works, documentaries and live performances. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues including: The ICA in London, The University of Texas Museum, Galerie Chez Valentin in Paris, The Bronx Museum, The Queens Museum, PS122, Elizabeth Foundation, Gallery Korea and the Kassler Dokumentarfilm und Videofest in Kasel, Germany. She is a recipient of grants from LMCC, NYSC and NYFA as well as multiple residencies at Yaddo. She is a lecturer at The International Center of Photography.
Digital Video Production; Documentary Production Workshop; Issues in Digital Culture; Screen Toolkit
Non-traditional storytelling techniques
New technologies in media production
Speech and the human body as tools for social interaction
Passage, multiple-screen video and sound installation, ISE Cultural
I Am Sitting, multi-media performance; Dixon Place
STATIC multi-media performance; St.
Cave, multiple-channel video installation with sculptural objects, Babayan
Cultural House, Turkey
Randall’s Tunnel, video/audio installation and sculptural
objects, HERE Arts Center
Endoskeleton, multi-media performance, live video/sound
Endowment for the Arts Grant: Special Opportunity StipendNew York State Council on the Arts, Residency Grant in Film and
Electronic MediaDetroit International Film Festival, Museum of New Art, Detroit, MI- “Best of Show”Yaddo Residency FellowshipBabayan Cultural Foundation, Turkey, Travel and Study Fellowship