Richard O’Sullivan

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  • ISEA2009

    Richard O’Sullivan explores the textures and meanings of place in video portraits that attempt to be both lyrical and critically informed. The artist’s second focus is the medium of video itself, and the mechanisms of visual perception and cultural understanding on which it depends. He also produces documentaries, which follow personal narratives, such as the feature-length Cradle (2008). His work has been widely shown at festivals including the New York Video Festival at Lincoln Centre, Manhattan (curated by Film Society of Lincoln Centre, 2007), FILE Festival of Electronic Language in Sao Paulo (2009), the Media Forum at the Moscow Film Festival (2008) and Les Instants Video (Marseille, 2008). In 2006, the artist gained an M.F.A. in Film Production/ Directing from U.C.L.A. Film School in Los Angeles. He currently lives in the UK and is Lecturer in Media Production at Aberystwyth University.

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  • GB

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