University at Buffalo
Department of


Art & Design

Art History

Visual Studies

Reynold Reynolds | Speaker Series Lecture Video

October 13, 2009  by: Dom

Reynold Reynolds spoke on October 12, 2009, as part of the Visual Studies Speaker Series.

Click here to watch the lecture.

Reynold Reynolds works primarily with 16mm and Super 8mm film as an art medium and has developed a common film grammar based on transformation, consumption and decay. Reynolds’ depictions frequent disturbed psychological and physical themes, increasingly provoking the viewer’s participation and dismay. Reynolds’ awards and fellowships include a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, The American Academy in Berlin, NYFA and Creative Capital. His films have been shown internationally in film festivals including SXWX, Sundance, Rotterdam, Edinborough and NY. Recent exhibitions of his work include Moscow Bienniale; The 3rd Guangzhou Triennial China; and UCLA Hammer Museum, LA.

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