Filmmakers

Daniel Reeves

Daniel Reeves

Daniel Reeves has worked in media art since 1979. His works are included in numerous international collections including Moma NYC, Centre Pompidou and the Stedelijk.&nbsp; He received three Emmy Awards for <span style="font-style: italic;">Smothering Dreams</span> (1981), which deals with his combat experiences in Viet Nam. His video <span style="font-style: italic;">Obsessive Becoming</span> (1995), a visionary meditation on secrecy and denial, is widely noted as a seminal landmark in digital art. In 1982 Reeves began working on the development of video poetics exploring personal, political and metaphysical themes. <span style="font-style: italic;">Sabda</span> (1985) won the Blue Ribbon at the American Film Festival in New York and was included in the Whitney Biennial and Documenta 7. His installation, <span style="font-style: italic;">Eingang</span>, premiered at the High Museum, Atlanta in 1990 and was selected for the Tate Gallery's “New North” exhibition. His installation, <span style="font-style: italic;">The Well of Patience</span> was first installed at the Capp Street Project in San Francisco and was reinstalled during Glasgow's “European City of Culture” year. He has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Rockefeller Intercultural Fellowship and four fellowship awards from the NEA including the US-Japan fellowship in 1991. Daniel reeves is currently designing a new series of media sculpture projects, including <span style="font-style: italic;">End-to-End</span>, a time-based digital painting in triptych format.<br>