Suneil Sanzgiri is an artist, researcher, and filmmaker working to understand how systems of oppression are informed and reinforced by collective forms of trauma, history, and memory. His work spans experimental video, animations, essays, and installations, and contend with questions of identity, heritage, culture and diaspora in relationship to structural violence. His work has been screened at festivals and galleries nationally and internationally. Sanzgiri was also selected as a co-programmer of the Flaherty Seminar NYC 2020.
Artistic Research Conversation | Fragments & Approximations
Suneil Sanzgiri and Alia Farid – 2022 Creative Capital Awardees
Suneil Sanzgiri (SMACT ’17) Named One of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 Faces of Film 2021
Suneil Sanzgiri’s Letter From Your Far-Off Country Streaming as part of eFlux’s Festival Forum
Suneil Sanzgiri’s (SMACT ’17) ‘Letter From Your Far-Off Country’ at 58th New York Film Festival
Wendelien van Oldenborgh | Beauty and the Right to the Ugly