Marcy Saude

Los Angeles, CA

Marcy Saude’s films and videos involve subjects such as marginal histories, the landscape, counterculture, and language. She is interested in DIY aesthetics, appropriation, homesteading, the relationship between the natural and built environments and politics, expanded notions of non-fiction, and folk magic. She recently completed an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder and currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

Sangre de Cristo

(Marcy Saude, 2011)

In Sangre de Cristo, the titular mountain range is examined as a site where embedded layers of oppositional history converge and are revealed through traces of the past in the...