Film and Video Production
Professor Morse is a film artist, specializing in animation and personal short films and videos. Her films have been selected for international festivals, and screened on commercial and public television. Her films are represented in permanent collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
She is active internationally in animation, and is currently serving as Vice President on the International board of ASIFA: the International Animation Association. She has served on the jury/selection committees for SIGGRAPH, and animation festivals in Japan, Ukraine, Croatia and Korea, among others.
Her newest film “Forced Perspective: Odessa” reflects on her visit to the Odessa steps, featured in the 1925 film by Eisenstein: Battleship Potemkin. The film considers how media images shape our real life experiences. Forced Perspective: Odessa has been juried into a dozen festivals, and won awards in various categories including Best Documentary, Experimental/Narrative, short story.
Professor Morse recently celebrated a second pressing of a DVD retrospective of her work, "MOVE CLICK MOVE" which is available in the University Bookstore, or you can purchase through her website below.
MFA, Art & Technology, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Certificate in Computer Animation: Sheridan College
MA, Film & Teaching, Goddard College
BS, Film, Photography, & Art, Iowa State University
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