Image Description: A black and white close up photo of a white, cis woman with medium short brown layer hair, wearing a scarf and silver earrings. 
she/her, settler

Shannon Lynn Harris

Shannon Lynn Harris is an artist whose film and video work reflect a creative practice that draws from the particulars and subjectivities of personal experience and landscape. The ways in which documentary and experimental film/video practices intersect, the potential of expanded notions of cinema, and the experientiality of image are areas of interest to her. Shannon’s work has been screened in North America, New Zealand and the EU. She has been supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Conceil des arts et des lettres du Québec and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. She has a BA from Simon Fraser University and obtained a BFA with Special Distinction from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema and an MFA from Concordia University. She currently teaches film/video production at Concordia University.    

Participant in the following FMS projects

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MFA Concordia University
BFA Concordia University
BA Simon Fraser University


In progress   
Relucesco.  Experimental film. 16mm. 

Pull Sounds. Music Video.

Prima Lux (Relucesco test/Iterations). Experimental film. 8mm, 16mm, Digital video.

To Taste the Ground. Experimental Documentary. 16mm. to Digital Video.                                  

Terroir. Experimental video. Digital Video (cell phone)                 

lacuna. Experimental film. 16mm. to Digital Video.

Navel Gazing. Gallery installation. Video loop. Silent.