Dee Hood

Making a Way

Making A Way | Translation
Artists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos

Dee Hood: On her work
Dee Hood: On “Chant for a Pandemic” and how Coronavirus has affected her practice

Chant for a Pandemic is a collaboration between video artists around the globe. We wanted to share our common experience with this extraordinary time in history. There are no boundaries for anxiety, fear, grief and frustration. We are all in this long wait together. Today the world is on hold but we will be back. Thanks to all the artists for giving us a glimpse of where they live.

Contributing artists
Finn Harvor (Seoul, Korea)
Maria Felix Korporal (Berlin, Germany)
Tushar Waghela (Durg, India)
Muriel Paraboni (Milan, Italy)
Sandra Bouguerch (Bolton,UK)
Lisi Prada (Leon, Spain)
Eija Temiseva (Espoo, Finland)
Ian Gibbins (Adelaide, South Australia)
Jutta Pryor (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
Sarah Bliss (Montague, Mass, USA)
Darko Duilo (Split, Croatia)
Gwendolyn Audrey Foster (Lincoln, Nebraska, USA)
Erick Tapia (Mexico City, Mexico)
Lori Ersolmaz (Naples, Florida, USA)
Sarahjane Swan & Roger Simian (Scottish Borders, Scotland)
Lino Mocerino (Foggia, Italy)
Francesca Giuliani (Lamis, Italy)
Luis Carlos Rodriguez (Spain)
Willow Morgan (Florida, USA)
Dee Hood (Florida, USA)

Dee Hood’s experimental videos have shown in over 25 countries around the world. She has received numerous awards for art videos and her political videos have been featured in The Nation Magazine’s OppArt section. She is a professor Emerita, Ringling College of Art + Design, where she taught a range of courses including, 4D Design, Experimental, and Social/Political Video. Hood received an MFA in visual arts from the University of South Florida (1990). She is also known for work in abstract painting, sculpture and installation.