by Alice Arnold
Alice Arnold is a nonfiction filmmaker and an educator. The broad themes of her work revolve around visual perception and urban culture. Her portrait and reportage photography has been widely published and exhibited and she is the recipient of a NYFA Photography Fellowship. Her first film, TO BE SEEN, a documentary about street art, public space and the urban environment was broadcast in July 2006 on REEL/NY (WNET/PBS), screened at the Museum of Modern Art (October 2006) and is distributed by...
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