Join us digitally for our tour program, Local Views at PAMM, where select local artists will speak about their creative process and artistic practice. This month, filmmaker Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez will lead the tour, detailing her multifaceted work with handcrafted 16mm film, video, installation, media design for stage and performance, and site-specific public interventions.
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Dinorah de Jesús Rodríguez is a film/video artist working with handcrafted 16mm film, video, installation, media design for stage and performance, and site-specific public interventions. Her work has been exhibited internationally in film festivals, museums, galleries, TV, art-house theatres, onstage collaborations, and virtual as well as physical public spaces. Most recently her work was showcased at the 2019 Havana International Film Festival and the 2019 Havana Biennial.
Dinorah studied filmmaking with such visionary experimentalists as Barbara Hammer, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Rob Nilsson, and the late Warren Sonbert and Marlon Riggs, and received a B.A. in Film Production from San Francisco State University School of Creative Arts. She has received fellowships, awards, commissions, prizes, grants, and residencies in support of her experimental work from such organizations as National Performance Network, Theater Communications Group, The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Funding Arts Network, Arts & Bangladesh, Fundación Valparaíso in Spain, the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Jentel Artists Residency Program, Visual Studies Workshop, Tigertail Productions, Miami Light Project, San Francisco Festival 2000, and the Miami-Dade County Cultural Affairs Department, among others.