Coleen Fitzgibbon

Coleen
Fitzgibbon

Is an experimental film artist who worked under the pseudonym “Colen Fitzgibbon” between the years 1973-1980. A student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Whitney Independent Study Program, she studied with Owen Land (aka “George Landow”), Stan Brakhage, Yvonne Rainer, Carolee Schneemann, Vito Acconci, and worked on film projects for Dennis Oppenheim, Gordon Matta- Clark and Les Levine. She formed the collaborative X&Y with Robin Winters in 1976, The Offices of Fend, Fitzgibbon, Holzer, Nadin, Prince and Winters in 1979, and is best known for co-founding the New York based Collaborative Projects, Inc. (Colab) in 1977 through 1981, along with artists Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer, Liza Bear, Betsy Sussler and Tom Otterness, among others. Fitzgibbon has screened her work at numerous international film festivals and museums, including The Toronto International Film Festival 2009, Museum of Modern Art, EXPRMNTL 5 at Knokke-Heist, Belgium, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, Anthology Film Archives, Collective For Living Cinema, and Millennium Film Workshop. Fitzgibbon currently resides in New York City and Montana.

Films

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    Found Film Flashes
    Experimental

    Found Film Flashes
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    16mm, black and white, sound, 3.25 min
    Rental formats: DVD NTSC, 16mm
    • Found Footage
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    Coleen Fitzgibbon: Diary Films & Micro Films
    Documentary
    Experimental

    Coleen Fitzgibbon: Diary Films & Micro Films
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    color and b/w, sound, 124 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Landscape / Architecture
    • Music
    • Environment / Nature
    • Films About Film
    • Structural
    • Minimal / Conceptual
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    Fm/Trcs
    Experimental

    Fm/Trcs
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    16mm, color, sound, 11 min
    Rental formats: 16mm, DVD NTSC
    • Films About Film
    • Structural
    • Technology
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    Internal Systems
    Experimental

    Internal Systems
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    16mm, color, sound, 45 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Films About Film
    • Structural
    • Technology
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    Restoring Appearances To Order In 12 Minutes
    Experimental

    Restoring Appearances To Order In 12 Minutes
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    16mm, color, sound, 10 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Structural
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    COLAB Compilation: Time Square Show Ads / X Magazine Benefit
    Documentary
    Experimental

    COLAB Compilation: Time Square Show Ads / X Magazine Benefit
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    color and b/w, sound, 15 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Music
    • Arts / Artists
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    An Interview with Hiroshi Teshigahara
    Experimental

    An Interview with Hiroshi Teshigahara
    Coleen Fitzgibbon

    color, sound, 3 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Arts / Artists

Biography

Is an experimental film artist who worked under the pseudonym “Colen Fitzgibbon” between the years 1973-1980. A student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Whitney Independent Study Program, she studied with Owen Land (aka “George Landow”), Stan Brakhage, Yvonne Rainer, Carolee Schneemann, Vito Acconci, and worked on film projects for Dennis Oppenheim, Gordon Matta- Clark and Les Levine. She formed the collaborative X&Y with Robin Winters in 1976, The Offices of Fend, Fitzgibbon, Holzer, Nadin, Prince and Winters in 1979, and is best known for co-founding the New York based Collaborative Projects, Inc. (Colab) in 1977 through 1981, along with artists Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer, Liza Bear, Betsy Sussler and Tom Otterness, among others. Fitzgibbon has screened her work at numerous international film festivals and museums, including The Toronto International Film Festival 2009, Museum of Modern Art, EXPRMNTL 5 at Knokke-Heist, Belgium, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, Anthology Film Archives, Collective For Living Cinema, and Millennium Film Workshop. Fitzgibbon currently resides in New York City and Montana.