Co-presented with the CCA Graduate Studies and CCA Wattis
Institute Fall 2004 Public Lecture Series
Media activist, author and co-founder of Paper Tiger Television and Deep Dish Satellite Network, Dee Dee Halleck has worked for more than forty years at the forefront of the movement for democratic use of communication technology. Combining a DIY aesthetic and brazen humor, she creates films, videos and internet projects that smash mainstream media myths and encourage the establishment of community-based media. Her work has been featured at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Austrian Triennial of Photography, the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Berkeley Art Museum. Tonight’s lecture features pivotal clips and agitprop urgings.