Artist

Eduardo Menz

Eduardo Menz was born in 1977 in Edmonton, Alberta from Chilean descent and has called Montreal home for the past seven years. Eduardo completed his BFA in film production at Concordia University in 2006. In 2007, he co-founded Ctrllab, an exhibition space for emerging Montreal artists. He is also a member of the Double Negative Collective who showcase international experimental filmmaker's works as well as exhibit their own films and videos at numerous festivals nationally and worldwide. Eduardo's film work has always attempted to transgress and interweave the boundaries of what defines fiction, documentary and experimental film genres. His films and videos have won awards at Les Rendez-Vous du Cinema Quebecois in Montreal, Images Festival in Toronto, Big Muddy in Illinois and NextFrame Touring Film Festival in the U.S.

Videography

Time for Airports

2009, 16:00 minutes, colour, Various languages, no subtitles.

fracas

2007, 04:21 minutes, colour, English

Las Mujeres de Pinochet (Pinochet's Women)

2004, 12:00 minutes, colour, Spanish with English Subtitles

Critical Writing

The Curatorial Incubator, Round 2
by Marty Spellerberg. Half Empty, Feb. 2005, no. 3.