Joan Braderman, professor of video, film, and media studies at Hampshire College, holds a B.A. from Harvard and M.A. and M.Phil. degrees from New York University. Her award-winning documentaries and art videos (such as JOAN DOES DYNASTY, 1986 and JOAN SEES STARS, 1992) have been shown on PBS, cable, in galleries, at festivals, and at universities internationally and are in the permanent collections of museums such as the Stedelijk, Amsterdam; the Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the Museum of Modern Art, NYC.
She is a founder of Heresies, A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, and writing by and about her has appeared in such places as: The Village Voice, The Independent, Time Out, Afterimage, The London Guardian, and Illuminations; An Essential Guide to Video Art. (2/10)
A film by Joan Braderman, 2009, 95 min., Color
Tracing the influence of the Womenís Movementís Second Wave on art and life, THE HERETICS is the exhilarating inside story of the New York feminist ar...
Joan Does Dynasty/Joan Sees Stars
Two films by Joan Braderman, 1993, 95 min., Color
In the now classic, JOAN DOES DYNASTY (1986, 35 mins), Braderman superimposes her own image over scenes from one of the most popular night time soap o...