Renee Ridgway is a video installation artist, based in Amsterdam along with Rick van Amersfoort who is a researcher and documentary filmmaker. Most recent screening of their collaboration is DNI-DNIV at Video Vortex 9: RE:ASSEMBLIES in Lόneburg, Germany, co-produced by Hivos, The Hague and the Centre for Internet and Society in Bangalore, India. Previously, they were commissioned to produce Migrating Democrazy at Manifesta8, European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Spain that was screened at the exhibition and on Canal 7. Migrating Democrazy has been screened in Amsterdam and currently travels with the CologneOFF Festival. Past works have been shown at festivals, exhibitions, conferences in museums in the Netherlands and abroad. Earlier productions of Van Amersfoort include Statements on War (2001) shown at Rotterdam Film Festival 2004; Burying People for Profit (2005); 40 years (Friends of the Earth). Ridgway’s video installations have been shown at The Wanted Land (2012) (David Hall, Kochi, India); The Unwanted Land (2011) (Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague), Amish Country (2009) (Museum de Lakenhal, Leiden), Wampanoag (2009) (Museum de Lakenhal, Leiden).