Stephanie Spray is a filmmaker, phonographer, and anthropologist who has been working at the Sensory Ethnography Laboratory at Harvard University since 2006. Her work exploits different media to explore the confluence of social aesthetics and art in everyday life. Since 1999, she has spent much of her time in Nepal, roaming in its mountains; studying its music, religion, and language; and making films.
Snow River (2014)
As Long As There’s Breath (2010)
Kāle and Kāle (2007)
Pacho Velez works at the intersection of ethnography, contemporary art, and political documentary. His film and theater productions have been presented at venues such as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Museum of Ethnography in Stockholm, and on Japanese National Television.
In 2010, Pacho completed his MFA at CalArts. He now lives in New York City, where he teaches filmmaking at Bard College and design ethnography at Parsons The New School For Design.
Reagan Years (2015)
Bastards of Utopia (2010)
Orphans of Mathare (2003)