Steve Reinke

Steve REINKE (1963, Canada) is a professor, writer, actor and director. He studied art & design. His work is included in many art collections, including MoMA in New York and Centre Pompidou in Paris. He currently lives in Chicago, where he teaches at the Northwestern University.


(selection, all short) Hundred Videos Volume 1,2,3,4, 5 (1990-1996), Andy (1997), Echo Valley (1997), Fireball (1998), Incidents of Travel (1998), How Photographs Are Stored in the Brain (1998), Spiritual Animal Kingdom (1998), Afternoon (March 21, 1999) (1999), Sad Disco Fantasia (2000), Amsterdam Camera Vacation (2001), Anal Masturbation and Object Loss (2002), The Chocolate Factory (2004), Anthology of American Folk Song (2004), Ask the Insects (2005), The Mendi (2006), Regarding the Pain of Susan Sontag (Notes on Camp) (2006), Final Thoughts: Series One (2007), Hobbit Love Is the Greatest Love (2007), Boy/Analysis: An Abridgement of Melanie Klein's "Narrative of a Child Analysis" (2008), Everybody (2009, co-dir), A Day for Cake and Accidents (2013, co-dir), Rib Gets in the Way (2014), A Boy Needs a Friend (2015), Welcome to David Wojnarowicz Week (2016)

Steve Reinke at IFFR