- Visiting Instructor of Digital Art
- Bowling Green State University
- Website: darrendouglasfloyd.com
Darren Douglas Floyd is a motion picture artist working in 16mm film, digital video and animation. His work explores issues of gender, intimacy, privacy and sexuality through self-portraiture, video letters, and experimental narrative films. Darren has been accepted to several prestigious artist residencies including Yaddo, I-Park and the Millay Colony for the Arts. His work has been exhibited at the AC Institute, CANADA, Video Dumbo and Gallery 138 in New York City and screened in many group shows and film festivals. His recent solo exhibition, Destroyer of Dreams, Or, Container of All Future Meaning, was installed March 13 - April 13, 2014 in the Van Every Gallery at Davidson College. His current studio practice involves a kinect for motion capture and a portable 3D scanner as a collection tool for experimental 3D animations. Darren is currently employed as Instructor of Digital Arts at Bowling Green State University.