Andrew Rosinski is an artist and filmmaker exploring storytelling and message communication through moving images, visual art, digital art, text, and the internet. Stemming from his interest in traditional narrative formats, his work often researches new forms of storytelling through visual and optical abstraction, rhythm and repetition, patterns and symbolism, text transmissions, color correspondences, and interrelationships of images and sound. His work has exhibited at the Museum of the Moving Image, NYC; the Serpentine Gallery Marathon, online/London; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Doc Films at the University of Chicago; the Ann Arbor Film Festival; Galeria Ze dos Bois, Lisbon, Portugal; The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale; bubblebyte.org; the Off and Free Film Festival, Seoul, South Korea; the Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media; and at Brown University's Granoff Center for the Creative Arts.
He is the editor of DINCA, an online journal that surveys the most innovative artworks that exist in physical, digital, and time-based spaces, and program director and curator at Vision Quest, a contemporary moving image and media arts festival. He currently lives and works in Chicago, IL.