Nick Fox-Gieg

Nick Fox-Gieg is an animator and video artist based in Toronto. In 2010, his film Interregnum premiered at TIFF, and The Orange won the jury prize for Best Animated Short at SXSW. His shorts have also been shown at the Ottawa, Rotterdam, and Zagreb film festivals, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and on CBC TV. His projections have been featured at the 2009 Governor General's Awards and in the Broadway musical Squonk; he's performed his live sound and video works at the Paradiso in Amsterdam and the Redcat Theater in Los Angeles.

Fox-Gieg received his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2004, and his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1999. He's received Bravo!FACT and Canada Council commissions, Pennsylvania and West Virginia Media Arts Fellowships, Ontario and Toronto Arts Council Media Artist grants, and a Fulbright fellowship to the Netherlands.

Artist Code: 180



2010, 06:50 minutes, colour, English

Traffic Flow II

2009, 03:00 minutes, colour

The Orange

2009, 02:15 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Conan vs. Bear

2009, 03:40 minutes, colour, English

We Are Now Starting Our Descent

2009, 02:05 minutes, colour, English

Falling Into Place

2009, 03:35 minutes


2008, 03:05 minutes, colour

Train Feet

2008, 01:00 minutes, colour

Track Wheel

2008, 02:17 minutes, colour


2007, 02:15 minutes, colour

The Foxhole Manifesto

2007, 04:10 minutes, colour, English


2006, 01:05 minutes, colour

I Wanna Be Famous

2006, 02:45 minutes, colour, English

A Good Joke

2005, 03:16 minutes, colour, English

The Option of War

2005, 06:30 minutes, colour, English

The Little Bird of Disaster

2004, 02:40 minutes, Colour, English

The Story of Enoch

2003, 01:10 minutes, Colour, English

Bird's Eye Bull's Eye

2003, 01:53 minutes, Colour

Mother of All Bombs

2003, 01:45 minutes, Colour

Techniques for Managing Anger

2002, 02:41 minutes, Colour, English


2002, 01:44 minutes, colour

Peace Through Strength

2002, 01:03 minutes, colour, English


2002, 02:36 minutes, B & W


2001, 01:50 minutes, colour

One New Message

2000, 06:10 minutes, colour, English

Fast Voyeur

1999, 03:40 minutes, colour, English


1999, 02:45 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

Traumatic Landscape
by James MacSwain and Mireille Bourgeois. Traumatic Landscape, 2007. Halifax: The Centre for Art Tapes, 2007.