still from a 16mm film in progress
They Told Me “Apikaan” Means Braid
50 ft hand processed 16mm film loop installation
California Institute of the Arts October 2012
“They Told Me ‘Apikaan’ Means Braid” was created as a 50 foot 16mm film loop installation that physically ran the length of the gallery. It was installed at the California Institute of the the Arts in October 2012 as part of the group show This is All We Have in Common. The piece explores issues of identity and the breakdown of tradition as a loop of information that is constantly circling. Originally shot on 8mm film by Rick Bahto, optically printed to 16mm, hand processed, performed and conceived by Eve-Lauryn LaFountain.
I’ll be selling work at the Autry Museum American Indian Arts Marketplace this weekend. Looking forward to seeing you there!
What Has Burned I Will Redeem
A site specific installation at Deep End Ranch, Santa Paula, CA
elderberry, oak, sage, willow, bones, burned tree, Santa Clara river silt
Installation video of My Ghost Dance, Scavenged and Bartered
My Ghost Dance, Scavenged and Bartered
Invite for my MFA-1 solo show
January 29 - February 4, 2012 Reception February 2 8PM
California Institute of the Arts Gallery A402
24700 McBean Parkway
Valencia, CA 91355
Works shown at the 2011 Santa Fe Indian Market. Email for more information.
Article in the 2011 Santa Fe Indian Market Guide on winning Best of Classification: Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Photography and Printmaking at the 2010 Santa Fe Indian Market, it was the first time in the 89 year history of the Market that a photograph won top honors.