– 2198 Ghosts in the Sun, People in the Sea; Digi; TRT: 3.20 Split-screen and vertical motion, and a series of 2,198 photographs taken in my deceased grandparents home in Abruzzo, Italy. It is a self-portrait through the re-organization of time and space.
Yvette Granata is a multi-media artist, film designer, and media scholar. She received her Master of Arts from University of Amsterdam, where she focused her research on media environments and urban aesthetics in the age of crisis. Currently, she is an artistic research PhD candidate in experimental media arts at SUNY Buffalo. Her work takes an interdisciplinary approach to media research that merges practice and theory, integrating film, video, and installation to employ and experiment materially with theoretical concepts, with a focus on contemporary urbanity and socio-political habits. Her film design work has been featured on screens around the world, including Sundance, Tribeca, Rotterdam, Berlinale, SXSW, and CPH:PIX. Her videos and installations have been exhibited internationally.
Currently, she organized, Trans-Farm, An apexart Franchise Program winning exhibition, on view in Detroit, Michigan.