Adam Diller’s work explores the aesthetics of human and nonhuman environments through a practice informed by phonography, sensory ethnography, and observational filmmaking. He has performed and exhibited in venues throughout the U.S. and abroad and in festivals such as Interfilm (Berlin), Northwest Film Forum, Montreal Underground Film Festival, Light Industries, Anthology Film Archives, Sonar (Barcelona), Vancouver International Jazz Festival, Seattle Improvised Music Festival, Earshot Jazz Festival, and NW New Works. He has received grants from the City of Seattle, Jack Straw Foundation, Puffin Foundation, Meet the Composer, 4Culture, Washington Composers’ Forum, and residencies from the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Saltonstall Foundation. He holds an MFA in Film and Video from Temple University and a BS in Video and Sound Art from the City University of New York.
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