Jennie Feyen is a Sydney-based artist-filmmaker with a diverse body of work. Her portfolio consists of short films, short documentaries, interviews, video installations and projection art. Feyen is also involved in videography.
Feyen graduated from Edith Cowan University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Creative Industries. She also studied Japanese Language and Culture at Tokyo Metropolitan University in which she developed an interest in Eastern art, culture and philosophy. Feyen has employed the use of traditional Japanese masks in some short films, as well as the aesthetics of Butoh Theatre for her well received video installation My Core.
Feyen is interested in collaborative projects and has worked with contemporary dancers, motion capture engineers, marine biologists and musicians to create innovative work. Feyen also has an interest in digital storytelling and likes to interview people of all ages and backgrounds to create films that are personal and inspirational.
Past clients include The Big Issue WA, Lost and Found Opera Inc, Sydney Water, Montessori East Primary School and Amnesty International NSW. Feyen is currently undertaking an Art Science residency at Culture At Work in which she is collaborating with scientists to create original art work.
2006 Ladies Network Interview – Click to view.
2016 She / Folk Interview – Click to view.
2014 Stigmart Videofocus Interview – Click to view.
2013 Perth Culture Interview – Click to view.
2013 RTR FM Interview – Click to view.