Khary Simon interviews Sue de Beer about her film The White Wolf (2018)

The Blue Lenses, 2014 [excerpt]


Two-channel video, sound, color, installation


Edition of 3


Duration: 19 minutes 03 seconds

The Blue Lenses, 2014 [excerpt]


Two-channel video, sound, color, installation


Edition of 3


Duration: 19 minutes 03 seconds

The Ghosts, 2011


Foofs, carpet and two-channel video


Edition of 3


Duration: Approximately 30 minutes

Silver and Gold, 2011


Video


Duration: 1 minute 32 seconds

The Quickening, 2006

Painted plywood, Foofs, carpets and DVD


Duration: 26 minutes 49 seconds

New York-based Sue de Beer (b. 1973) has become well known for both her dubious characters and her cinematographic experimentation including colored filters, flickering lenses, and tight crops. To more fully transport the viewer into her worlds, de Beer often screens her films in site-specific environments of furniture and sculpture. In de Beer's films, fiction can rarely be distinguished from fact, and the psyche of our contemporary culture is cross-examined.