13:30, 16mm, 2007
To what extent can we control the lived environment, and how does this impact our lives? A consideration of growth and development that suggests all landscapes are human. View an excerpt.
“Traveling to Bangalore, India from Valencia, California, Brunner-Sung’s brief essay meditates on a quote from Oscar Wilde’s The Soul of Man Under Socialism — ‘The systems that fail are those that rely on the permanency of human nature, and not on its growth and development.’” –Images Festival
2015 Experimental Response Cinema, Austin, TX
2011 ARTLAB+ Film Forum, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.
2010 “Southern California Landscapes via Experimental Film,” 7 Dudley Cinema, Venice, CA
2009 Last Friday Shorts at TAP, Southend-on-Sea, England
2009 “Cast Glances, New Films,” Spool Mfg, Johnson City, NY
2009 “The Underground City,” DIVUS, London, England
2009 $100 Film Festival, Calgary
2008 “My Footnote to David Askevold,” Outpost for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2008 Images Festival, Toronto
2008 Los Angeles Filmforum
2008 Urban Research at Director’s Lounge, Berlin