Rea Tajiri is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who creates installation, documentary and experimental films. Her work situates itself in poetic, non-traditional storytelling forms, encouraging dialog and reflection around buried histories. Tajiri earned her BFA and MFA degree from the California Institute of the Arts where she studied post-studio art. Film honours include: the Distinguished Achievement Award from San Francisco International Film Festival; Best Experimental Video from Atlanta Film and Video Festival; and the Grand Prix at Fukuoka Asian Film Festival. Wisdom Gone Wild had its world premiere at the Blackstar Film Festival and has won five awards to date.
Wisdom Gone Wild (2022), Wataridori (2018), Lordville (2014), Venus Celestial Beauty (2006), Aloha (2000), Strawberry Fields (1998), Little Murders (1999), Passion for Justice: Yuri Kochiayma (1993), History and Memory (1991), So How Was Your Day? (1989), Hitchcock Trilogy (1989), Off Limits (1989)