April 21, 2014

Ethan Spigland

Ethan Spigland is an award-winning screenwriter, filmmaker, visual artist, critic, and curator. He has written and directed numerous films including the feature The Archive currently in postproduction. He completed two short films in collaboration with renowned architect Steven Holl. One of these, Luminosity Porosity, formed part of an installation at the Gallery Ma in Tokyo, Japan. His ongoing project, Elevator Moods, was featured in the Sundance Film Festival and South By Southwest, and won the prestigious Webby Award in the Broadband Category. His short film, The Strange Case of Balthazar Hyppolite, won the Gold Medal in the Student Academy Awards, among many other honors. He collaborated with Malcolm McLaren on numerous short films, and on the video installation, Shallow, which opened at the I-20 Gallery in New York and was featured in Art Basel. He writes regularly on film and media for The Brooklyn Rail. Ethan received an MFA from the Graduate Film Program at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, and a Maitrîse in Philosophy from the University of Paris VIII under the supervision of Gilles Deleuze and Jean-Francois Lyotard.

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