Mark Street

Mark
Street

Mark Street graduated from Bard College (B.A, 1986) and the San Francisco Art Institute (M.F.A., 1992). He has shown work in the New York Museum of Modern Art Cineprobe series (1991, 1994), at Anthology ...

Films

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    Mark Street: Short Films Volume 1 1989-2004
    Experimental

    Mark Street: Short Films Volume 1 1989-2004
    Mark Street

    color and b/w, sound, 59 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Cameraless / Handmade
    • Films About Film
    • Found Footage
    • Hand-Processed
    • Landscape / Architecture
    • Personal / Diary / Journal
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    Winterwheat
    Experimental

    Winterwheat
    Mark Street

    16mm, color, sound, 8 min
    Rental format: 16mm
    • Found Footage
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    Lilting Towards Chaos
    Experimental

    Lilting Towards Chaos
    Mark Street

    16mm, color, sound, 21 min
    Rental format: 16mm
    • Psychology / Mental Health
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    Echo Anthem
    Animation
    Experimental

    Echo Anthem
    Mark Street

    16mm, color, sound, 8 min
    Rental format: 16mm
    • Arts / Artists
    • Cameraless / Handmade
    • Structural
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    Excursions
    Experimental

    Excursions
    Mark Street

    16mm, color, sound, 26 min
    Rental format: 16mm
    • Films About Film
    • Arts / Artists
    • Personal / Diary / Journal
    • Ethnographic
    • Hand-Processed
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    Blue Movie
    Experimental

    Blue Movie
    Mark Street

    16mm, color, sound, 7 min
    Rental format: 16mm
    • Body
    • Erotic
    • Found Footage
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    Guiding Fictions
    Experimental

    Guiding Fictions
    Mark Street

    color, sound, 5 min
    Rental formats: 35mm, VHS NTSC
    • Environment / Nature
    • Hand-Processed
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    Fulton Fish Market
    Documentary
    Experimental

    Fulton Fish Market
    Mark Street

    35mm, color, sound, 12 min
    Rental formats: 35mm, mini DV NTSC
    • Landscape / Architecture
    • Ethnographic
    • Hand-Processed
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    Alone, Apart: The Dream Reveals the Waking Day
    Experimental

    Alone, Apart: The Dream Reveals the Waking Day
    Mark Street

    color, sound, 7 min
    Rental format: DVD NTSC
    • Landscape / Architecture
    • Personal / Diary / Journal

Biography

Mark Street graduated from Bard College (B.A, 1986) and the San Francisco Art Institute (M.F.A., 1992). He has shown work in the New York Museum of Modern Art Cineprobe series (1991, 1994), at Anthology Film Archives (1993, 2006, 2009), Millennium (1990,1996), and the San Francisco Cinematheque (1986, 1992, 2009). His work has appeared at the Tribeca (5 times), Sundance, Rotterdam, New York, London, San Francisco, New York Underground, Sarajevo, Viennale, Ourense (Spain), Mill Valley, South by Southwest, and other film festivals.

His work ranges from the abstract to improvised narrative feature films.

His projects have been supported by a number of grants from foundations, including the Jerome Foundation, the Film Arts Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, the Maryland State Arts Council and the NY Experimental TV Center. In 2006 he was asked to participate in the Hallwalls Artists Residency Program in Buffalo, NY.

Some of his film work has been performed live (at Tonic and Galapagos in NYC) with accompanying musicians, including Marc Ribot, Zeena Parkins, Bradford Reed, Guy Yarden and Jane Scarpantoni. In 2007 at Hallwalls he presented a multi media show entitled Inside and Out: Infected Districts and Memory Lanes with Buffalo performance and music groups Real Dream Cabaret and Open Music Ensemble.

He has curated and judged several film and art exhibitions including Ventana al Sur: An Evening of Argentine Experimental Film (with Lynne Sachs) at Anthology Film Archives and Pacific Film Archive in 2009 as well as Video Landscapes (2005) and Real Abstractions (2007) both at Fordham University’s Center Art Gallery.

He is Assistant Professor of Film in the Visual Art Department at Fordham University—Lincoln Center where he teaches film/video production and other courses that engage contemporary artistic practice.