Love Fugitif

by | Mixed Media


Artist’s Statement: Love Fugitif was made in response to the frightening and dystopic year of the Covid virus, 2020. Nine short, haiku videos examine the only constant in our life, love. Despite war, plague, disaster, success, politics, environment, or time, the fleeting, ephemeral state of love remains something we regard more important than anything else. With sound and visual artists Diana Magallon, Jeff Crouch, Jeff Harrison, and Rafael Gonzalez.

About The Author


Cecelia Chapman is an American artist born in San Francisco and living and working in Portugal. Her works in film, text and on paper investigate conditions that shape our consciousness.

Her film has been shown at Living With Buildings III (UK), Interalia Magazine, JokerJokerTV (USA), Habitat-Nonstop (Amsterdam) Festival Les Instants Vidéo (Milan), Timespecific (New York), Cotuit Center for the Arts (Massachusetts), The Line (London Art Fair), (New York), Immemory online exhibit, Mitte Media Festival (Berlin), Hamburg Primal Uproar, DotsWaves TV (London), Studio44 Film Festival (Stockholm), Magmart Film Festival (Italy), VideoSound Archive, Ranger, Atticus Review, Utsanga, Word for Word, Moving Poems, Die Leere Mitte, Houston Literary Review.