Phyllis Bramson's lecture at SOFA/Outsider 2011 show: Henry Darger's Bright and Guilty Place, (contemporary propositions about his influence.)
This video program, including a unique illustration of Darger's apartment, courtesy of Intuit, The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, and some back and forth with gallerist Carl Hammer in the audience, is an improvement on the stultifying History of Slides 202 that has turned so many college students from Art to Dance majors.
©2012 Doug vanderHoof
   
 
Phyllis Bramson: Love and Affection in a Hostile World
Filmmaker Doug vanderHoof used Bramson's written artist statement as the armature of this short documentary. Painting/collaging in her Chicago studio, discussing her work with a minimum of artspeak and a maximum of intimate detail, she invites the audience for a revealing studio visit.
©2012 Doug vanderHoof