Eric Stewart is a multi media artist and educator based in Colorado. Working predominantly with 16mm film his practice uses photochemical and darkroom processes to investigate landscape, place and cultural identity in the American West. Before moving to Colorado, Eric lived in the San Francisco where he taught a biweekly analogue filmmaking workshop called The Elements of Image Making. He holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently pursuing a Masters of Fine Arts at the University of Colorado, Boulder where he also teaches Super 8 Filmmaking. In 2015 he was awarded the Mono No Aware Award for Excellence in Filmmaking and his films have shown across the USA and internationally at locations such as: The Yerba Buena Center for Fine Arts (SF), Yale University, Crossroads Film Festival (SF Cinematheque), 25fps (Zagreb) and The Florida Experimental Film Festival. His most recent film project examines the philosophy of science, ecology and 19th century natural sciences as a window into contemporary issues of globalization, climate change, and social perspectives on wilderness.
WAKE, 2015 unique black and white print 16 x 24 — View detail
Fe, 2012 16mm film stills — View detail
Harbour 16mm frame grab — View detail
Lido, 2016 inkjet color print 24 x 36 — View detail
Harbour 2016 16m film stills — View detail
Istanbul, 2016 inkjet color print 24 x 36 — View detail