Michael Snow, ‘Carla Bley’, 1965, Caviar20

About Michael Snow

Multi-disciplinary artist Michael Snow has been a pioneering force in the world of visual arts, filmmaking, and music for over fifty years. He is credited with inspiring the Structural Film movement of the 1960s and 70s with his landmark film “Wavelength” (1967), and his groundbreaking, experimental work has been recognized through several prestigious awards including the Gershon Iskowitz Prize (2011), the Guggenheim Fellowship (1972), and the Order of Canada (1982), among others. Regardless of genre, Snow’s work engages with the visualization of consciousness, temporality, and language and consistently investigates the nature of perception.

Canadian, b. 1929, Toronto, Canada