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Juan Carlos Zaldívar

SHIFT - 2012 - 5 mnSHIFT is a short film poem inspired by human search for identity (personal, cultural or otherwise) and the beauty of transforming loss. Using pixilation, the film is constructed of over 10,000 photographs taken over a year and a half.

BioCuban-born, Juan Carlos Zaldívar lives and works in the United States. He completed both his BFA and a Masters of Fine Arts at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where he has also taught as an adjunct faculty. Zaldívar started his film career as a sound editor and designer, his work can be heard in Academy Nominated films such as Ang Lee's "Sense and Sensibility;" "On the ropes" and on HBO’s America Undercover, for which he garnered an Emmy nomination. His film and video art works have screened at many festivals worldwide and broadcast on PBS, ABC, IFC, Showtime and WE. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards. His directing credits include "90 Miles" (PBS), "The Story of the Red Rose" (Showtime), "Palingenesis" and "Soldiers Pay" (IFC), co-directed with David O. Russell (Three Kings, The Fighter) and Tricia Regan (Autism, the musical). He has served as a Juror for several mayor film festivals including the Sundance International Film Festival. He is a Sundance Film Institute alumnus. He currently teaches at Miami International University’s Art Institute. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami, USA.

Price $ 4000

limited edition of 8+two artist proofs