Pat Doyen (Riverdale, Maryland) devoted her residency to working in the time and labor intensive practice of stop-motion animation. Using a macro lens on a 16mm camera, Pat shot 700 feet of B&W film, in which she animated a delicate collage of handmade paper and found insect wings. Embracing the tactile ambience of the material, she hand-processed the footage in the laundry room sink. While on site, Pat also made a daily practice of experimenting with lumen prints (photograms exposed in the sun).

Pat setting up the camera

Pat shooting a frame