EILEEN MAXSON is an interdisciplinary artist working at the confluence of video, performance and installation. Her works humorously and critically lament the vanishing borders between imagination and consumer coercion; technology and true personality. With that in mind, Eileen reconstitutes cultural detritus, material and fleeting, into assemblages of memory, merchandise and persona.
Eileen’s works have been seen at museums and microcinemas from Texas to Tel Aviv, including Anthology Film Archives, New York; Art in General, New York; LACMA, Los Angeles; Museo Tamayo de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City and THE INTERNET.
Lost Broadcasts a DVD compilation of Maxson’s videos, was released by Aurora Picture Show in conjunction with Microcinema International in 2008.