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Josephine Decker: Making Communities

Rising star of independent cinema, Josephine Decker is a force to reckoned with. Indie Wire described her work as “The unholy marriage of Ingmar Bergman and David Lynch” while the New Yorker credits her with reinventing cinematic language itself. Outside of being a maverick auteur, she’s also a bit of a maverick sociologist, looking into concepts of community and community-formation.

Part talk, part social experiment, Josephine offers one of the most surreal talks ever to have graced our stage.

 

Speaker Josephine Decker

Rising star of independent cinema, Josephine Decker is a force to reckoned with.  Indie Wire described her work as “The unholy marriage of Ingmar Bergman and David Lynch” while the New Yorker credits her with reinventing cinematic language itself. Outside of being a maverick auteur, she’s also a bit of a maverick sociologist, looking into concepts of community and community-formation. Part talk, part social experiment, the details of her performance must remain under lock and key until the night. We can, however, reveal that you, our trusting audience, will be the guinea pigs in what is panning out to be the most experimental lecture we’ve ever hosted.

Photo Credit: Richard Koek / Redux

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