Redmond Entwistle

Director of WALK-THROUGH

(b. London, 1977) is an artist-filmmaker currently living in New York. Entwistle employs documentary and abstract modes of film-making, often investigating histories of social displacement and creating portraits of cities anchored on the invisible or the implied. Recent works include MONUMENTS (2009), a narrative exploration of the origins of Post-Minimalist art in the economic and spatial relationship between New York and New Jersey, SKEIN(2007), a video portrait of migration to the towns that spread out from New York, and PATERSON - LODZ (2006), a 16mm expanded film about two towns (Paterson, New Jersey, and Lodz, Poland) and their interrelated history of politics and migration in the early years of the 20th century. Redmond Entwistle studied at California Institute of the Arts and the Whitney Independent Study Program. He has presented projects at recent group shows at Miguel Abreu Gallery (NY), Nought to Sixty (ICA, London)