Benton C Bainbridge

School of Visual Arts
Benton C. Bainbridge is an American artist known for creating movies, installations, and live visual performances with custom digital, analog and optical systems of his own design. His early career focused on the live creation of electronic cinema in collaboration with other artists and anticipated today’s VJ collectives while his aesthetic and technique are characterized by extensive real-time manipulation of analog and digital media. His work is presented in both art and entertainment spaces ranging from museums to stadiums. He has shown his work in venues such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, EMPAC, The American Museum of Natural History, SFMOMA, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Mercat des les Flors, LUX2006, Sonic Light, Wien Modern, Teatro Colón CETC, CELCIT, Xi'an China International Horticultural Exposition 2011, Korean Festival, and MTV Networks.