Gisela Gamper (born in Germany) is an experimental photographer and videographer. Gisela Gamper performs using improvisational video in the multimedia duo, See Hear Now with her husband David Gamper. She collaborated with the 60×60 project in 2005.
Prior to her video work with See Hear Now, Gamper has been photographing and exhibiting for over 35 years. For See Hear Now she expanded her fascination with textures and collage into the realms of movement and color. The video she creates for live mixing in improvised performance captures the rhythms and colors observed in our world. Gamper exhibited widely and among her grants and numerous awards are two fellowship grants from the Vermont Council on the Arts and the Hasselblad Cover Award in 1991. Gamper’s photographs are in the collection of the Albany Institute of History & Art in Albany, NY and in many private collections. Gisela currently lives in New York City.
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