Madison Brookshire

Madison Brookshire

Fellow: Awarded 2023
Field of Study: Fine Arts

Competition: US & Canada

Madison Brookshire lives in Los Angeles, where he makes films, paintings, and performances. His work invites viewers to become aware of perceptual processes and the sensuous experience of time. Finding sympathies between experimental film, music, and art, he investigates hybrid forms, often working at the edges of disciplines where they begin to touch and vibrate one another. He frequently collaborates with musicians and composers, such as Ezra Buchla, LCollective, Laura Steenberge, Mark So, and Tashi Wada. His films, videos, performances, and installations have shown primarily at microcinemas and non-proft art spaces including Anthology Film Archives; Artists’ Television Access; Echo Park Film Center; Exploratorium; Gallery 400; Gray Area; Heliopolis; Human Resources; ISSUE Project Room; Los Angeles Filmforum; The Lab; Microscope Gallery; Mono No Aware; Nightingale Cinema; REDCAT; Shapeshifters Cinema; Spool Mfg.; Union Docs; Whammy! Analog Media; and the wulf., among others. He has had solo exhibitions at Parker Jones, Culver City; Parthenia Projects, Northridge; and Presents Gallery, Brooklyn. His awards include a Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Grant, an ARC grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation, and being an Artist in Residence at the Echo Park Film Center and the Hammer Museum.

Photo Credit: Nicole Belle

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