• Lu Heintz

    BROOD FILM FEST 2016 OFFICIAL SELECTION: Lu Heintz (USA, Rhode Island) Learning To Letter, Tandem, Lead/Follow (2014) Three Short Films ARTIST STATEMENT: “My work is personal, but it is not necessarily about me. The personal is a conceptual realm I …..

  • Sarah Sudhoff

    BROOD FILM FEST 2016 OFFICIAL SELECTION: Sarah Sudhoff (USA, Texas) Surrender (2013) Short Film (documentation of a private performance) ARTIST STATEMENT: “Over the last ten years my work has consistently interwoven themes of gender, science, and personal experience. I am …..

  • Sasha Waters Freyer

    BROOD FILM FEST 2016 OFFICIAL SELECTION: Sasha Waters Freyer (USA, Virginia) You Can See the Sun in Late December (2010) Short Film ARTIST STATEMENT: “A reflection on winter light and maternity. Feeling isolated at home with a small child and …..

  • Jana Kasalová

    BROOD FILM FEST 2016 OFFICIAL SELECTION: Jana Kasalová (Czech Republic, Prague) State (2012) Short Film ARTIST STATEMENT: “When I lived in Madrid, I lived just a few blocks from the Prado. There I came upon a particular image of the …..

  • Sarah Irvin

    Sarah Irvin (USA, Virginia) Rocking Chair Series (2014/15) Graphite on paper ARTIST STATEMENT: My practice exists within the context of motherhood as a lived experience and social construct. By responding to the biological act of bearing an infant and the …..

  • Chris Anthem

    Chris Anthem (Lebanon/UK) Liberate the Remains… (2015) Oil on canvas ARTIST STATEMENT: The submitted painting comes from a series painted in Beirut, Lebanon, where we’ve been raising our son. The paintings are straightforward – a child playing with a severed …..

  • Jenny Lewis

      Jenny Lewis (UK, London) Nicola and Jemima & Rebecca and Osiris From the series One Day Young (2013-14) Colour photographs ARTIST STATEMENT: I wanted to tell a story about the strength and resilience of women post-childbirth that I feel …..

  • Eti Wade

    Eti Wade (UK, London) Kisses (2001) Photograph ARTIST STATEMENT: I consider this work my rawest expression of maternal ambivalence. The image forms part of my ongoing effort to express complex and unpalatable maternal subjectivity. The marks the mother makes on …..