Michael Sheridan's videosonic
art and documentary films deal with themes of survival, sustainability, and the
tipping point between order and chaos. Michael's interest in these issues arises
from his experiences of families, institutions, and societies teetering on the
verge of collapse or recovering from conflict and disaster.
has been exhibited at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Boston CyberArts
Festival and the GASP gallery in Boston. His work on documentaries has appeared
on PBS, The Learning Channel, The Discovery Network and National Geographic TV.
He has received numerous awards including those from the National Education Media
Network, the Columbia International Film and Video Festival, the United Nations
Association Film Festival, and EarthVision.
All of Michael's work is influenced
by his extensive travels throughout Europe, South Asia, Africa and the Americas.
Michael is on the faculty at Northeastern University in the Cinema Studies Departments
and has an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art.