Stephanie Spray is a filmmaker and anthropologist whose work explores the confluence of social aesthetics and art in everyday life. She has been working at the Sensory Ethnography Laboratory at Harvard University since 2006 and she received a Master’s degree in the study of world religions from Harvard Divinity School as well as a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College. In 1999 she began studying music, religion and languages in Nepal, where she has made several video works, including Kāle and Kāle (2007), Monsoon-Reflections (2008), Untitled (bed) (2009), As Long as There’s Breath (2010) and Untitled (2010). Her work has been screened internationally including at the Anthology Film Archives (2010) in New York and the Sehsüchte International Film Festival in Postdam.
Kāle and Kāle (2007)
Untitled (bed) (2009)
As Long as There’s Breath (2010)
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