Daniel Boord is among the second generation of video artists in the Unites States. He is known for his collaboration with Argentine artist Luis Valdovino and their exploration of cultural identity at the edges of globalized corporate culture. He has also collaborated with filmmaker Greg Durbin. Boord and his collaborators explore and test notions of everyday life through the creation of what the art critic and poet David Antin calls "homeless narratives". Boord's works have been twice selected for screening by the La Biennale Di Venezia, the Venice Film festival - once in 2000 and then in 2003. His works have been broadcast on WNET, New York and WGBH, Boston and presented at the International Public Television Conference in Stockholm. His works are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Long Beach Museum, Long Beach, CA; the Art Museum; University of California, Berkeley and the Everson Museum; Syracuse, NY. His work has been exhibited at the the Toronto International Film Festival; Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland; Oberhausen Film Festival, Germany; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, The Museum of Modern Art; New York; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA; Anthology Film Archives, New York; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland; Museo Nacional Reina Sofia Madrid, Spain; International Center of Photography, New York; Black Maria Film/Video Festival; The Black International Cinema festival , Vienna, Austria; Dallas Video Festival, Athens International Film/Video Festival, Athens, OH; The AFI Film/Video Festival, American Film Institute, Los Angeles, CA; National Video Festival, American Film Institute, Los Angeles, CA.