In His Own Words. The first part of this volume of Rosa Mercedes contains texts and documents written by Skip Norman—fragments of a written autoportrait, produced at various moments of his working life.
Gerd Conradt went to see Skip Norman in North Cyprus in 2002. Their conversation focuses on Holger Meins, who, like Conradt and Skip Norman, but also Harun Farocki, Helke Sander or Hartmut Bitomsky, started to study film at DFFB in 1966.January 2021 — Rosa Mercedes / 03 / A
Skip Norman submitted this CV as part of his interdisciplinary PhD dissertation in Anthropology, Sociology, Photography and Cinema in 1984. It is entitled “An Examination of Centenary United Methodist Church using the Photograph as Artifact.”January 2021 — Rosa Mercedes / 03 / A
Zora Neale Hurston emphasized the dynamics of the homogenous black community. Her creativity was rooted in the folklore of black people. As a result, there was little need to portray the white world.January 2021 — Rosa Mercedes / 03 / A