A short video (5:33 min.) by M.C. Overholt (M.E.D 2021) investigates that ubiquitous feature of the American cultural landscape, espeically during election season: the yard-sign.
21 min video
An American Beat Film, produced by Elihu Rubin, directed and edited by Stephen Taylor
Produced in association with the Yale Digital Media Center for the Arts: Lee Faulker, Sarah Lasley, Laraine Sammler; and the Yale School of Architecture: Robert A.M. Stern, Dean Sakamoto, Dana Keeeton, Britt Eversole, Ian Mills
archiSTENZ is an experimental video created by Emmanuel Petit and Elihu Rubin. The clip here is a 1:17 extract from the project focusing on student life at the Yale School of Architecture in Rudolph Hall.
In the Fall of 2020, with Yale teaching conducted remotely via Zoom and as part of the initiation of a new class, URBN 160 “Introduction to Urban Studies,” a team at CCAM (see below) built a Mobile Zoom Room used to broadcast classes to students Zooming-in, as well as in-person attendance at outdoor locations across the City and Campus.
CCAM video advisor Aaron Peirano Garrison created a video to document the project and explore its pedagogical potentials: https://vimeo.com/470283647
The New Haven Coke Company was once a looming presence on the New Haven Harbor before it was demolished in 1968. In this 11-minute, avant garde film, Turner Brooks captured the atmospheres of this belching urban behemoth. “Sometimes reality is a very strange place.”
A discussion around Camilo José Vergara’s photographic project, The Pandemic Diary, recording the everyday life of New York City “Crossroads” in the age of Covid-19.
Participants: Robert Beauregard, Gregg Gonsalves, Amy Starecheski, Elihu Rubin, and Camilo José Vergara
Sponsored by the MacArthur Foundation, with additional support from the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Urban Media Project of the Yale School of Architecture.
Urban Studies Major Ramsay Goyal (YC ‘24) explores the rise and fall of helicopter commuting in New Haven. Created for Urbn 353, “Urban Lab: Urban Field Geography” (faculty: Elihu Rubin). Research collected during a workshop with Sterling Memorial Library’s Manuscripts & Archives in the Gates Study Room.
Inspired by the photography of Ed Ruscha, a 3 min. experimental video exploring the social and physical qualities of Bedford Avenue’s restaurant landscape in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
A short essay / photo-montage about the Yale Armory, built in 1915 and demolished by Yale in 2019, inspired by a collection of photographs created in 1917-18 by the U.S. Department of War which had come to New Haven to inspect Yale’s Reserve Officer Training Core (ROTC) and Naval Training Unit.