A seven-episode web series created as an 'exquisite corpse' among filmmakers of Iowa City.
Music video made in collaboration with Annelyse Gelman & James Siewert.
Second site-specific dance film collaboration with choreographer Stephanie Miracle and composer Ramin Roshandel, filmed in the University of Iowa Museum of Natural History
Featuring performances by Michael Landez, Laila Franklin, Sabrina Duke, Danica Clayton, and Jenny Fairman.
First site-specific dance film collaboration with choreographer Stephanie Miracle and composer Ramin Roshande, filmed in the UI Memorial Union Parking Garage.
Music video for Why? (second half co-directed with James Siewert)
An experimental sound composition made by recording audio and video of various objects held outdoors during a storm.
Made in collaboration with Annelyse Gelman.
A test for a live audiovisual performance. Letters are typed into a TextEdit document on a computer with a low-resolution screen, recorded with a lens element taken from an old camcorder. Music here by John Lincoln-Vogel. First live performance in collaboration with John Andrew Wilhite in Oslo, Norway, 2017.
A poem video by Auden Lincoln-Vogel and Annelyse Gelman. Poem by Annelyse Gelman, read by Genevieve Scanlan
A poetry video commission for the publication Deus Ex Machina (http://www.deusexmachina.be/) Animation by Annelyse Gelman and Auden Lincoln-Vogel. Poem written and read by Astrid Haerens
A collaborative animation made during our 2014 ANAGRAM Collective New Mexico residency. Animation by Arthur Johnstone, Nate Carlson, Annelyse Gelman and Auden Lincoln-Vogel. Music by Dalton Crawford, Sean Maden and Annelyse Gelman.
Video by Auden Lincoln-Vogel and Eli Coplan made in conjunction with Paideia Filmathon 2015.
A charcoal frame-by-frame animation made by John and Auden Lincoln-Vogel. Music by Joe Downes-Berry and John Lincoln-vogel.
A low-fi collaborative frame-by-frame animation made during the 2013 New! Mexico residency. The animation was made by various artists animating one frame at a time, thereby allowing the animation to drift naturally with no preconceived storyboard.