CAC Colloquium Room 3201

Abigail Raphael Collins | Make This Go Away: Redaction and Militarized Media

Abigail Raphael Collins

Abigail Raphael Collins is an interdisciplinary artist using experimental documentary and video installation to consider relationships between intergenerational transmission and sound through a queer feminist lens. Recent exhibitions have been at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Pasadena Armory, Marathon Screenings, Angels Gate Cultural Center, PØST, Torrance Art Museum, and Seoha Gallery. Collins currently teaches video art at California Institute of the Arts.

Latipa | Circles of Renewal


Latipa (b. Michelle Dizon) is an artist, writer, film-maker and Associate Professor at the University of California, Riverside, where she founded and directs the Memory and Resistance Laboratory. Her work summons sites of memory and resistance in the wake of historical dispossession, migration, and diaspora. Latipa has lectured and exhibited internationally at the Center for Feminist Studies in Zagreb, Croatia and School of Oriental and African Studies in London, UK and more.

Kerry Tribe | Language, Legacy and the Problem of Other Minds

Kerry Tribe 

Kerry Tribe is an artist and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Known for expansive and profound works in film, video and mixed media, her practice explores elusive aspects of human consciousness including memory, love and doubt. Tribe’s solo projects have been exhibited at SFMOMA, San Francisco; The High Line, New York; Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Cambridge; The Power Plant, Toronto; and Camden Arts Centre, London.