Andrew Rosinski (b. 1987, Traverse City, Michigan, USA), is a visual artist, curator, and writer who received his BA from Columbia College in Film & Video with a concentration in post-production and documentary & ethnographic film. In 2009, he founded Dinca, a contemporary visual arts blog surveying the most noteworthy & innovative artworks that exist in physical, digital, & time-based spaces. In 2012, he founded Vision Quest, a contemporary moving image & media arts festival. In 2014, he was awarded a Propeller Grant, a program by the Andy Warhol Foundation For The Visual Arts as part of its initiative to promote informal and independently organized visual arts activities across the United States. His artwork — moving image, painting & drawing, sculpture & objects, text, digital media — has exhibited at the Museum of the Moving Image, NYC; the Serpentine Gallery Marathon, London/Internet; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Doc Films at the University of Chicago; Threewalls’ 12th Annual Gala; the Ann Arbor Film Festival; Galeria Ze dos Bois, Lisbon, Portugal; The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale;bubblebyte.org; the Off and Free Film Festival, Seoul, South Korea; the Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media; and at Brown University’s Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. He currently lives and works in Chicago, Illinois, where he is an artist in residence at the Chicago Artists Coalition and resident participating in the Propeller Fund Pilot Program Studio Residency at Mana Contemporary Chicago. Learn more about Andrew Rosinski’s HATCH exhibitions The Dissemination of Blind Light and Closer Still.