Alfred University News

Eric Souther, associate professor of video art, featured in film festival in Oklahoma

Eric Souther, associate professor of video art at Alfred University, has work featured at Wide Open Experimental Film Festival, which will be held on April 22-23 at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art on Oklahoma City, OK.

The piece Souther will have at the festival, “Frequencies of Deep Time,” is part of Program 3 of the festival which is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 23. Souther’s piece features place-based explorations of how to present and re-present the light, editing, and emotion inherent in the film medium, all centered on musings about the intersection of the self and the world.

The Wide Open Experimental Film Festival (WOEFF) is organized by a group of students in the Film Department at Oklahoma City University. Inspired by Oklahoma’s wide-open landscape, it showcases experimental films that will open peoples’ eyes to the alternative forms, structures, and styles of film.