Artists

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  • Rouzbeh Rashidi

    Rouzbeh Rashidi (Born 23 December 1980 - Tehran / Iran) is an Iranian Avant-garde filmmaker associated with the Remodernist film movement. Rouzbeh Rashidi has been making films since 2000 when he founded the Experimental Film Society in Tehran. Since then, he has worked completely apart from any mainstream conceptions of filmmaking.

    Experimental Film Society

    Nationality: 

    Iran
  • Jürgen Reble

    Jürgen Reble (born 1956 in Düsseldorf) is a german experimental filmmaker. In the late 1970s and 80s he was a member of the film ensemble Schmelzdahin. In the early 1980s he began making his own work in film, performance and installation often rooted in manual processing of film footage using mechanic and chemical influences and reconstruction of the cinematographic apparatus. Since 1992 he works together with the sound artist Thomas Köner in the fields of film, installation and performance.

    Nationality: 

    Germany
  • Jennifer Reeves

    Jennifer Reeves (also known as Jennifer Todd Reeves) (b. 1971, Ceylon) is an American experimental filmmaker based in New York who works primarily on 16mm film.

    Nationality: 

    United States
  • Ben Rivers

    Ben Rivers (born in 1972) is an artist and experimental filmmaker based in London. His work has been shown in many film festivals and galleries around the world and has won numerous awards. His work ranges from themes about exploring unknown wilderness territories to candid and intimate portrayals of real-life subjects.

    Nationality: 

    United Kingdom
  • Bernard Roddy

    Beginning in 1998 with his 16 mm film, Truth, Bernard Roddy made experimental animation, then personal documentary and body art/performance.  His 2008 film, Postcard, his most accomplished work in the "personal" form, covers five years of living with a close partner, Beatriz Flores Gutiérrez.  Prior to undertaking live performance, he completed his most important body art/performance art film, Transit, in 2010.  Roddy's works in 16 mm dating from 2012 and 2013 include four films best described as poetics.

    Nationality: 

    United States
  • Peter Rose

    Since 1968 Peter Rose has made over thirty films, tapes, performances and installations. Many of the early works raise intriguing questions about the nature of time, space, light, and perception and draw upon Rose's background in mathematics and on the influence of structuralist filmmakers. He subsequently became interested in language as a subject and in video as a medium and generated a substantial body of work that played with the feel and form of sense, concrete texts, political satire, oddball performance, and a kind of intellectual comedy.

    Nationality: 

    United States
  • Ben Russell

    Ben Russell (b.USA, 1976) is an art curator, photographer, video and filmmaker. His works have been screened in many different places, including a 14th-century belgian monastery, the basement of a police station, the Cinematheque of Japan, parisian storefronts, the Sundance film festivalel festival de Sundance and MoMA New York. He's been awarded with a grant by the Guggenheim Foundation. He currently lives in Chicago and teaches at the University of Illinois.

    Nationality: 

    United States
  • Robert Russett

    Robert J. Russett (May 22 1935 - March 26 2015) was a media artist, educator and writer whose animated films and installations were exhibited internationally. He was awarded the University of Lafayette's Distinguished Professor Award in 1973 for his outstanding work as a professor. An authority on animation, Russett co-authored, with Cecile Starr, the 1988 book "Experimental Animation: Origins of New Art," which is considered to be a "must-have" title in the field.

    Nationality: 

    United States