sheri wills

Sheri Wills is an artist whose work is based in film, video performance & digital media. Her work has been exhibited around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the London Film Festival and the International Film Festival in Rotterdam and is featured in the Rizzoli book, Sonic Graphics: Seeing Sound, by Matt Woolman. She holds an MFA in filmmaking & an MA in art history, theory & criticism, both from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her collaborations include video projects with music composed by Bright Sheng, Jan Jirásek, Charles Norman Mason, and Ofer Ben-Amots and video performances with music ensembles, including the Providence String Quartet, Luna Nova New Music Ensemble, and Ensemble QAT in Montreal. Wills is a professor of Art & Art History and the Director of the Film/Media program at the University of Rhode Island. She is currently an American Council on Education Fellow at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.

Nature Morte: An image depicting inanimate objects; a still life; a
reminder of the ephemerality of all things. A recovered record of the
everyday; a requiem for the unimportant, for the individual’s story; an
exhaltation of the minor narrative.

iPhone photo, Hipstamatic app, dye-sublimation print, 2.75”x2.75”

 iPhone photo, Hipstamatic app, dye-sublimation print, 2.75”x2.75”

 iPhone photos, Hipstamatic app, dye-sublimation prints, 2.75”x2.75”

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