The PBS series Art in the Twenty-First Century features Katy Grannan in a segment on Bay Area artists. Grannan describes her interest in making art “out in the world,” through collaborations with the people she photographs and films. Grannan talks about her introduction to photography, her move to the West Coast, and her first feature-length film The Nine. Grannan says her subjects often feel invisible; her work is a gesture of love that also allows them to be seen. Watch the episode here.