Photo credit Stem Christie

Jacqueline Goss

Jacqueline Goss works in film, video, animation, and programming. Goss often works in two-dimensional digital animation to create “animated documentaries,” where, in her words, “historical document meets the unabashedly subjective eye.” Her most recent film, The Observers (2011), documents the climatologists who work at the Mt. Washington Weather Observatory. Her works have been screened at numerous venues such as the Anthology Film Archive in New York and the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, and she has been awarded a Herb Alpert Award (2007), among other honors. Goss is an Associate Professor at Bard College.

The Observers, 2011; photo credit Jacqueline Goss and Jesse Cain