Lucy Kerr is a filmmaker, video/performance artist, and educator. Her work investigates gender, media, labor, power, and the importance of interdependence and the ethics of care. Her films have been presented at San Sebastian International Film Festival, FIDMarseille, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, REDCAT, Anthology Film Archives, The Echo Park Film Center, and others. Her performance and gallery work has been presented at LA Dance Project and Francois Ghebaly Gallery, La Mama Galleria, The Chimney NYC, and others. Kerr received a dual MFA in Film/Video and Art from California Institute of the Arts on the Lillian Disney Scholarship, where she also received a Research and Practice Fellowship. Kerr received a B.A in Philosophy and a B.A. in Dance and Choreography from The University of Texas at Austin.
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