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Nicole Peyrafitte is a Pyrenean-born multidisciplinary artist whose videos, paintings, writings, singing & cooking are often integrated into multimedia stagings. Her rich, multi-textured and -layered work draws on her eclectic background and the experiences of shaping identity across two continents and four languages.
The work has been presented and/or performed in such venues as University of Pennsylvania, University of Glasgow, The Metropolitan Museum, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, The University of Bordeaux, Birbeck College at the University of London, Poets House NYC, The Poetry Project NYC, Cave Poesie Toulouse, France, Wayne State University, Naropa University, Boulder CO., etc.  her latest publication is Bi-Valve, a book that includes 17 texts, 14 paintings & a recording.
She has authored 2 CDs, The Bi-continental Chowder and Whisk, Don't Churn (with Michael Bisio, bassist). She has also illustrated & created covers for a number of books by Pierre Joris. She is currently in postproduction of a doc-vérité "Things Fall Where They Lie".
For more information: www.nicolepeyrafitte.com
Miles Joris-Peyrafitte graduated from Bard College in 2014. He started working with film & video when he was 7 years old & has not looked back.
His filmography includes Basil King: Mirage (as editor, composer, & co-director with Nicole Peyrafitte); As You Are (2016) Sundance U.S Drama Competition & won Special Jury Award, As A Friend (2014) —official selection: at L.A Short Film, Williamsburg Independant Film Festival won Special Award, Short Film Market Clermont-Ferrand & Cannes Film Festival ; Grace (2011): he wrote & directed both of these shorts films. He also shot/produced/edited several music videos for bands such as My Goodness, Skinnybones, Angel Olsen, Erik Slick. As an actor he has had a number of lead roles in the theater; Dyonysus in the Bakkhai (Bard 2013), at the as well as in films ; The Valley of the Sasquatch, Gut,The past inside the present, Don't forget the night.... Miles is currently in preproduction of his second feature Mother's Milk.
 

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