Meredith Danluck graduated from School of Visual Arts in New York with a Bachelors in Fine Arts. She has exhibited at the Liverpool Biennial, Reina Sofia Museum, MoMA, PS1 Museum, Venice Biennale and has a major film installation coming up at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit (MOCAD) Fall of 2012. She has screened films at a number of festivals including Toronto International Film Festival, SXSW, Byron Bay, Hamburg International and Margaret Mead.
In the spring of 2008 Danluck directed her first documentary feature, The Ride, about cowboys and the American identity, which screened at MoMA as part of an exhibition about the American West curated by Eva Respini. The Ride had it’s official World Premiere at the South by South West Film Festival in March of 2010.
She followed that up with another feature documentary, Art Hard, about the world’s largest artwork in the world. Her most ambitious work up to date is a four channel feature film entitled, North of South, West of East, which was commissioned by Ballroom Marfa and screened at Sundance 2013. These four feature length narrative films play simultaneously in perfect symphony. Her solo show of short film works at Leslie Fritz was recently featured in Art Forum.
In 2013 Danluck was selected for the Sundance Writers Lab as well as the Sundance Directors Lab for her upcoming feature, State Like Sleep, which has Rebecca Hall and Michael Shannon attached to star. Danluck lives and works in New York.
Winning Project: State Like Sleep