Nile Saulter is another artist in the Digital exhibition:
Nile Saulter is a Jamaican cinematographer, director, editor, and a founding member of New Caribbean Cinema. He graduated from the New York Film Academy at King’s College, London in 2004. His short films have been exhibited at the British Museum in London and the Michael Werner Gallery in New York, and screened at festivals in Toronto, Nigeria, Trinidad, Barbados, Cuba, St Lucia, Jamaica, and London, where his short film Coast won the award for Best Cinematography at the Portobello Film Festival in 2011. In 2013, he was among ten young artists who were selected to participate in the National Gallery of Jamaica’s exhibition, New Roots: 10 Emerging Artists. He also contributed to the filming of the One People documentary project, which commemorated Jamaica’s 50th Anniversary in 2012. He lives and works in Jamaica.
About the Work
“Everblessed is an exploration of church and dancehall culture in Jamaica; a meditation on the sacred and the profane and the thin line between them.”