Amir Husak

is a documentary media maker, artist and educator based in Brooklyn. Combining emergent and traditional media, essay and experimental techniques, his work explores documentary as social practice and investigates digital media representations of history and memory. Husak’s films and interactive projects have been screened and exhibited at South by Southwest (US), Sundance Film Festival (US), Cinemateca Distrital (Colombia), Sarajevo Film Festival (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Stadtmuseum Graz (Austria), and POV/PBS (US), among others. He is Assistant Professor of Media Studies and Director of the Documentary Media Studies Graduate Certificate at The New School in New York.