Reece Auguiste

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  • ISEA 2022

    Reece Auguiste is Associate Professor of Critical Media Practices at the University of Colorado, Boulder and is a documentary scholar/artist with a research focus on national and transnational screen cultures, and documentary media arts practices. Auguiste was a founding member of the London based critically acclaimed Black Audio Film Collective. He wrote and directed the films Twilight City, Mysteries of July, Duty of the Hour and Stillness Spirit.
    He has published in AfterImage: Journal of Film and Media, Journal of Media Practice and Education, The British Avant-Garde Film 1926-1995, Questions of Third Cinema, and The Ghosts of Songs: The Film Art of the Black Audio Film Collective. He is the recipient of the Grand Prize at Melbourne International Film Festival, Josef Von Sternberg Award at the Mannheim International Film Festival, and International Documentary Association Award. He has exhibited at Tate Modern, Serpentine Gallery, and National Gallery of Art.

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