Benton C. Bainbridge

Visual artist

Professional Experience Includes:
Partner, Glowing Pictures; Video Director, Dream Theater

Solo Exhibitions Includes:
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY; Devotion Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Group Exhibitions Includes:
The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Frieze Art Fair; Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY; American Museum of Moving Image; ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany; BronxArtSpace; LDR Studio Gallery; The Kitchen; American Museum of Natural History; Eyebeam; Vanderbilt University, Nashville; Tacec, Teatro Argentino; MILK Gallery; Alfred University, NY; Deep Listening Institute, Kingston, NY


New Forms in Media

Sixty years ago, video was only seen on television. Today, the electronic moving image is also experienced via the Internet, as live performances, and within sculptures and installations on various digital platforms. This studio course will investigate how to create media art. Lens-based image acquisition with various types of video cameras (surveillance, action cameras, UHD) will be explored, as will cameras that capture RGB and depth in three dimensions. Interactive and performance video forms and their technologies will also be examined through the many ways that media art can be displayed, such as multichannel environ- ments and projection mapping. Emerging media art distribution platforms will be covered. Students will complete a project in at least two of the following mediums: Internet, installation, visual performance, interactive video, sculpture, hybrid forms.


  • BFA, New York University


  • Bessie Award; Fellow, Eyebeam; BRIO Award; New York State Council for the Arts; Fellow, Culture Push; Experimental Television Center Grant


Rockwell Group, Dream Theater, TV on the Radio, Beastie Boys, New York Hall of Science