d.n. williams :: empty space & old man's teeth
d.n. williams is a sometimes-scholar, an accidental curator, and a definite solitary wanderer. He grew up in an old stone farmhouse with a rural-route mailbox, on the border between a trailer park and a hay field.
d.n.'s work in film and video presents an often bewildering relationship with space, time, language and history, while making steady attempts to remain in the physical, mental, and emotional present tense, with you (the audience), hopefully.
These works have been official selections both internationally and domestically at the Antimatter Film Festival, The Berlin International Director's Lounge, Athens International Film + Video Festival, and Experiments In Cinema, among others. d.n.'s written criticism (when he's decided to share it) has been presented for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Popular Culture/American Culture Associations, and at the Visible Evidence Documentary Conference.
d.n. is a former programmer for the Big Muddy Film Festival in Carbondale IL, where he taught film, video, and critical media theory to his students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He earned his MFA from SIUC in 2012.
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