Adam Diller, Ph.D., M.F.A.
Ph.D. in Documentary Arts and Visual Research, Temple University
M.F.A. in Film and Media Arts, Temple University
Adam Diller’s film and media works challenge our understandings of the ecologies, cultures, and media within which we live. He has exhibited internationally at venues including Anthology Film Archives, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Center on Contemporary Art, Susquehanna Museum of Art, Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival, Athens International Film and Video Festival, Northwest Film Forum, Knitting Factory, Roulette, Issue Project Room, Sugar Refinery, and D-22. He has released music on labels including Line (12K), Locust Music, DRAFT, Gift Tapes, and Present Sounds. His scholarship has been published in The Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Studies in Documentary Film, and In Media Res.
His current project is a film, book, and media exhibition that uses Google’s first hyperscale data center in The Dalles, Oregon to rethink the Internet’s long-term effects on our individual and collective relationships with the more-than-human world.
He teaches courses in narrative filmmaking, cinematography, screenwriting, and ecocinema.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN OSHKOSH
Radio TV Film Department