Ellie Ga performing “Eureka, a Lighthouse Play,” at Anthology Film Archives
Ellie Ga and Felipe Meres in person. Discussion moderated by Flaherty NYC Co-programmer Mathilde Walker-Billaud, curator. Flaherty is a media arts organization that brings together diverse, curious minds to foster an in-depth discourse on film and the creative process.
Ellie Ga (Studio Art ’98) is an artist who uses a range of media to build documentary, observational and fragmentary narratives, in tandem with research centers and archives such as The Explorers Club (New York) and The Center for Maritime Archeology, Alexandria (Egypt). Her work has been presented at Le Grand Café, Saint-Nazaire (FR), M-Museum, Leuven (BE), the Albright-Knox Art Museum, Buffalo (US), The Guggenheim Museum, The Kitchen (New York), The Cartier Foundation (Paris) and the Playground Festival (BE). She is a co-founder of the publishing press Ugly Duckling Presse in Brooklyn. Her video installation Gyres 1-3 was commissioned for the 2019 Whitney Biennial. She is currently a FLAD artist-in-residence at Art351 in Portugal.