Born 1967 - New York
Roderick Coover makes cross-cultural works that straddle the border of documentary and narrative art to raise provocative challenges about ethnographic method both within and beyond the field of anthropology. His works have been featured internationally at festivals, exhibitions, and conferences in the fields of anthropology, art, film, and new media. His media works include the documentary, Language of Wine and the CD-ROM, Cultures In Webs: Working in hypermedia with the documentary image. Published in journals such as Visual Anthropology and Visual Studies, Coover is the recipient of LEF, Fulbright and Mellon fellowships, among others. He teaches at Temple University.