Experiment: Intimacy, 2000
Carolyn and Dani spent 5 hour periods inside the steel container. A live-feed camera projected their image and a speaker amplified their conversation in the gallery. 

Suspended in late August, 2009 , video installation

Eight years after Leventhal and I first collaborated,we created this self-reflexive video installation. 
A scribbled animation of an owl circles the room, via a projection and a record player, while the women eat and talk about femininity, gender and travel. -Carolyn Lambert

Carolyn Lambert’s videos, objects, and installations have been exhibited and produced throughout the U.S. and Canada at venues the Drawing Center, SculptureCenter, Exit Art, Proteus Gowanus, Flux Factory, Spring Break Art Fair and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts.  She received her MFA from Carnegie Mellon, where she was subsequently a Fellow at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. Lambert has received funding and support from the Steinbrenner Institute, The Sprout Fund, The National Wildlife Federation and NYFA, and has been awarded residencies at the Banff Centre, Berwick Research Institute and is currently part of the Open Sessions program at the Drawing Center. 

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