1983 | London Ě UK
Jodie Mack is an independent animator, curator, and historian-in-training who received her MFA in film, video, and new media from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007 and currently teaches animation at Dartmouth College.
Combining the formal techniques and structures of abstract/absolute animation with those of cinematic genres, her handmade films use collage to explore the relationship between graphic cinema and storytelling, the tension between form and meaning.
Mack's 16mm films and music videos have screened a variety of venues-- from backyards, basements, and classrooms to Chicago's Gene Siskel Film Center; Los Angeles' Velaslavasay Panorama; New York's School of Visual Arts Theater; and on tour with Ok Go.
She has also worked as a curator and administrator with the Florida Experimental Film and Video Festival, Portland Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, Eye and Ear Clinic, Chicago Underground Film Festival, and Chicago's-favorite micro-cinema, The Nightingale. Additionally, Mack is an Illinois Arts Council media arts fellow and the 2010 co-recipient of the Orphan Film Symposium's Helen Hill Award.
Lives in LebanonĚNH, United States.