DOUGLAS ROSENBERG is well known for his video dance collaborations
with contemporary choreographers including, Molissa Fenley, Eiko and
Koma, Sean Curran, and Li Chiao-Ping. His work in video and video installation
has been shown both in the United States and
internationally in museums, galleries, on Public Television and in festivals
around the world.
Mr. Rosenberg has received numerous grants and awards including, an
NEA Dance/Film/Video grant, (with choreographer June Watanabe), an NEA/Southeast
Media Fellowship, two Zellerbach Foundation grants, a Painted Bride
Art Center New Forms Grant,
(co-recipient with Li Chiao-Ping), a Wisconsin Arts Board Fellowship,
an IZZIE award for his work with Ellen Bromberg and John Henry on "Singing
Myself A Lullaby" and a Fellowship from The Project on Death in
America for another project with Ms. Bromberg. His video dance, "My
Grandfather Dances" with Anna Halprin was awarded the Directors
Prize at the Jewish
Video Festival, Judah Magnes Museum, in Berkeley.
He has been an artist in residence at The Institute for Studies in
The Arts, Bates Dance Festival, and the International Festival of Video
Dance in Buenos Aires,
Argentina, and his writing on dance for the camera has been published
in journals including LEONARDO.
Recent shows include, Dance on Camera Festival, New York, Video Festival
Riccionne Teatro Televisione, Riccione, Italy, The Contemporary Art
Museum in Buenos Aires, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY, Mostra
de Vídeo Dansa de Barcelona, Spain. He was the Director of the
American Dance Festivals video archival program for over a decade
and continues to direct ADFs Dancing for the Camera Festival.