Nino Rodriguez

is an artist living in Madison, Wisconsin, by way of New York and Los Angeles. His recent work includes hand-made protest stickers and online anti-war posters. He studied music theory and holds an MFA in film and video from UCLA.

Mr. Rodriguez's digital media work, short videos, and films have been exhibited widely since 1988 and received numerous awards. Major venues in North America include the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Dallas Video Festival, the Festival of New Cinema and Media Montreal, the Biennale de Montréal, the California Museum of Photography, L.A. Freewaves, Los Angeles, and Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica. International exhibitors include the Rotterdam Film Festival, and the World Wide Video Festival, the Netherlands; the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia; the Bonn Videonale, and the European Media Art Festival, Germany; the CICV, France; and VIPER, Switzerland. Additionally, Mr. Rodriguez's net art has been included in online exhibitions organized by Alt-X Network, the FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Version>04,, and His work has broadcast internationally, including WNET, New York, and CANAL+, France, and has been featured in the Village Voice and at The Robert Flaherty Seminar.

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Political and Protest Stickers were selected for The Audacity of Desperation exhibit at Sea and Space Explorations gallery in Los Angeles. (October and November, 2008)

Posters from Know Our Enemy were included in ART FOR CHANGE in Madison, Wisconsin. (November, 2006)
Portrait of the Artist as a Home Page was included in the Biennale de Montréal and exhibited at the California Museum of Photography. (Fall, 2002)
Cleaving, an interactive video projection installation, premiered at Mastel + Mastel Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. (September, 2001)
Identities was included in "First-Person Singular: Fever in the Archive" at The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. (2000)
Me With Her Movie Camera was selected by the Museum of Modern Art for its survey Big as Life: An American History of 8mm Films. (2000)
Face Value was included in the "Net Art Guide" published by the Fraunhofer Electronic Business Innovation Center, Stuttgart, Germany. (2000)
Boy was exhibited at the "MTN Digital/Electronic Art Exhibition." Urban Futures Conference, Gertrude Posel Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa. (July, 2000)
Self-Destruct Mechanism was included in The X-Factor Conference, a virtual symposium exploring experimental film, video, and new media. (October, 1996)