Jeanne C. Finley
Jeanne C. Finley is a media artist who works in experimental and documentary forms, including film, video, photography, installation, Internet, and site-specific public works. Her work has been exhibited in such international institutions as the Guggenheim Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and New York Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum, and the George Pompidou Center. She has received many grants, including a Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship, Creative Capital Foundation, Cal Arts / Alpert Award, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, and the Phelan Award.
Jeanne's most recent exhibition created in collaboration with John Muse, Sleeping Under Stars, Living Under Satellites will be open at the Aldrich Museum until Jun 6th, 2010. Since 1989 Jeanne has worked with John on many installation and video projects, including Flat Land (2007), Clockwork (2006), and Catapult (2005). In 2005 Finley was an artist-in-residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts. In 2001 she received an Arts-Link fellowship to Sarajevo to create The House of Drafts, a film and website with Bosnian media artists. During 1990 Finley received a Fulbright Fellowship to Yugoslavia where she directed programs for Radio/TV Belgrade. In 1994 she was an artist-in-residence in Istanbul, Turkey, through a grant from the Lila Wallace Readers Digest Foundation.
Finley's film and video credits include Lost (2006), Loss Prevention (2000), O Night Without Objects, a Trilogy (1998) A.R.M. Around Moscow (1993), Involuntary Conversion (1991) and Nomads at the 25 Door (1991). These tapes have won awards at such international festivals as the San Francisco Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Berlin Video Festival, Toronto Film Festival, and World Wide Video Festival.
Jeanne currently lives in San Francisco with her husband, daughter, and son. Her gallery work is represented by the Patricia Sweetow Gallery and her films are distributed by Video Data Bank, Women Make Movies, and Electronic Arts Intermix.