Peter Rose

Peter ROSE (1947, USA) is a filmmaker who also makes performances and installations. His work has been exhibited extensively in the US and internationally including shows at the Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Centre Pompidou, the Yokohama Museum of Art, and more recently at the Fabric Workshop and Museum, Pennsylvania.


Study in Diachronic Motion (1970, short), Incantation (1970, short), Analogies: studies in the movement of time (1977, short), The man who could not see far enough (1981, short), Secondary Currents (1982, short), The Pressures of the Text (1983, short), Digital Speech (1984, short), Spirit Matters (1984, short), Fingerspan (1987, short), Babel (1987, short), Foit Yet Cleem Triavith (1988, short), Siren (1990, instal), Ben Franklin Dreams of His Immortal Soul (1990, instal), Genesis (1991, short), Pavilion in the Trees (1994, short), Overture (1995, instal), Metalogue (1996, short), Virtual Objects and Embodied Images (1997), Understory (1997, instal), Rotary Almanac (2000, short), The Darkening (2000, short), Omen (2001, short), The Geosophist’s Tears (2002, short), Pneumenon (2003, instal), Embodying Thoreau (2005, short), Odysseus in Ithaca (2006, short), Conflation: Livlng Above the Store (2008, instal), Studies in Transfalumination (2008, short), Solaristics (2013, short), The Indeserian Tablets (2014, short), Towards a Six-Dimensional Cinema (2018, instal).

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