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The Momentum Directory is a networking gateway linking the public to women and transgender artists who embrace varied technologies in their artistic production, and other arts professionals who engage in critical explorations in the field of gender, feminism, art, and technology. 

The Directory links to participants' websites, giving equal access to emerging and mid-career, and establish professionals, thus creating a connection between them across geographic, economic, generational boundaries.

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Aatchim, Joeun

Artist

joeun-aatchim.com

My impromptu allegory and poetry are read in 'Computer Voice Reader' with its own awkward robotic rhythm. The 'Your Poetry Reader' project bridges foreigner's voice and post-digital persona in unstable language construction; foreigners' misspelled English and Computer voice's robotic pronunciation are resemble in their straightforwardness and awkwardness. Automatism of improvised writing and digital personal are also alike in their manifest content.

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Joeun Aatchim, Your Poetry Reader_#RedRibbon, 2014, Video with virtual flue and voice reader sound, 4:53 minutes

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Agid,Shana

Artist

shanaagid.com

My visual arts practice focuses my convictions, questions, and hunches about power and experiences of identity through an examination of the ways people's and system's histories intersect with and form social, physical, and political environments. My work explores the stories these environments can tell about speculation, longing, and myth at both small and encompassing scales. In my print series and artist books, I use woodcut, screen print, letterpress, digital printing, and movable mechanisms to explore the ways such stories appear in relatively public spaces and what they describe or make visible.

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Shana Agid, Tranny Identification Project, What I Don't Say [A Tear-Off Book for Saying It], 2003, Collaborating authors: Meredith Taulsan and Emiliy Thuma

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Alarcón, Stephanie

Artist

stephalarcon.org

I am a technical practitioner, organizer, and crafter. While the subjects of my craft and technical work only occasionally intersect, they almost always share the motivation to take things apart, grasp the underlying logic, and put them back together in a way that is better tailored to my needs, uses available materials, adds new meaning.

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Stephanie Alarcón, The Internet: A Series of Tubes, 2006, Cotton T-shirt with silkscreen print, Collaborators: West Philadelphia "Geek Night" participants

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Ali, Hiba

Artist, Curator and Author

hibaali.info

Hiba Ali is a writer, critic, and new media artist - her work occupies the intersections of architecture, queer politics, gender and race.

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Hiba Ali, Untitled(grls), 2014, Digital video, HD720

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Allen, Rebecca

Artist

rebeccaallen.com

International artist and educator, Rebecca Allen uses art and technology to combine the aesthetics of motion and behavioral studies.

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Amorós, Grimanesa

Artist

grimanesaamoros.com

Grimanesa Amorós is an interdisciplinary artist with diverse interests in the fields of social history, scientific research and critical theory, which have greatly influenced her work. She often makes use of sculpture, video, and lighting technology to create works that illuminate our notions of personal identity and community.

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Grimanesa Amorós, Light between the Islands #2, 2003, LEDs, diffusive material, custom lighting sequence, electrical hardware, 6 x 9.5 x 1 feet

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Another Experiment by Women Film Festival (AXWFF)

Organization

anotherexperimentbywomenfilmfestival.com

Another Experiment by Women Film Festival (aka AXWFF or AXW) has promoted and screened women's experimental films since 2010 thru NEW FILMMAKERS at ANthology Film Archives in Manhattan NY. As the presentation of experimental film remains somewhat invisible to the general public and is not usually seen outside of an academic or film society realm; these public screenings give visibility to women's work; and all program notes and a blog remain on our web-site.

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Another Experiment by Women Film Festival Logo

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ArtFem.TV

Organization

artfem.tv

ArtFem.TV is an online television programming presenting Art and Feminism. The aim of ArtFem.TV is to foster Women in the Arts, their art works and projects, to create an international online television screen for the creativity, images and voices of Women. ArtFem.TV is a non-profit artist run ITV and media art portal about Art and Feminism and has been founded in the year 2008.

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Asuncion, Lani

Artist

laniasuncion.com

Shrine of the Common & Undivided Lands' is a memorial tribute to the bones found coiled within the uprooted Lincoln Oak Tree of the New Haven Green in Connecticut; and all the hundreds of other bodies buried under the Green. In the video 'Reverence,' performers Kate Gonzales and Julie Riccio animate the branches of the tree with a ritual like dance. I use technology to shoot, edit, and esthetically create the the video. In this piece I used compositing of a high definition still images of the sculptures combined with the video to exist within the same composition creating the installation view of the work.

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Lani Asuncion, Reverence, 2014, HD Video 16:9, 03:19 min. Installation view & video of "Shrine of the Common & Undivided Land"

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Barbie Liberation Organization

Organization

rtmark.com/blo

The Barbie Liberation Organization or BLO, sponsored by RTMark, is a group of artists and activists involved in culture jamming. Culture jamming is a tactic used by many anti-consumerist social movements, to disrupt or subvert media culture and its main stream cultural institutions, including corporate advertising.

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Barbie Liberation Organization, Still: Operation Newspeak, 1993-1994, Video, 30 minutes

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Barnard, Renae

Artist and Curator

renaebarnard.com

There is an undeniable relationship between biology and culture and I am interested in the potential and limits of these two forces. I am also exploring the ways in which gender performance, desire and objectification are inter-related through power structures. I am intrigued by the ways in which identity is crafted and regulated by
repetitive language and how realities are shaped through social ideologies.

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Renae Barnard, How Do You Know?, 2012, video, 4:00 minutes

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Beaudoin, Rachelle

Artist

rachellebeaudoin.com

Positive Affirmation Underwear is an altered bra and panty set that uses Lilypad MP3 Arduinos to play audio of positive affirmations when soft switches are triggered. These affirmations serve to work against negative body images and media versions of perfect bodies that women encounter each day. In contrast to the sexualized messaging printed on many pairs of underwear, the positive affirmations work to build confidence and comfort with one's own body.

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Rachelle Beaudoin, Positive Affirmation Underwear, 2014, altered underwear, Lilypad Arduino, soft switches

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Berkeley, Sarah

Artist

sarahberkeley.com

My work documents durational mundane actions that are traditionally performed by women. By using the same equipment used to document spectacular feats traditionally performed and broadcast by males, I juxtapose these actions and question the cultural value placed on these gendered performances.

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Sarah Berkeley, I Have to Walk, 2010, digital video/performance, 5:54 minutes

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Bjerregaard, Helle Kingbird

Artist

hellekingbirdbjerregaard.com

I use digital technology to create pieces presented merely on the internet, not as a depiction of already existing work of art meant to be shown in the real world, nor as a work revolving around its own digital origin, but utilising  the aesthetic possibilities that the online medium give to merge these two. There is a complex digital process behind the film, yet the digital aspect seems non-present, and rather has a relationship to quite a disparate combination of image-based activities, from formal statue to Vogue. The way it speaks about time as a series of atomised embalmed moments, the way it quivers on the edge of vibrating movement and complete stillness is all about translating the idea of a lived slice of time into a digital realm.

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Helle Kingbird Bjerregaard, Pythia, 2014, video, 5:27 minutes

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Blas, Zach

Artist

zachblas.info

My practice incorporates hacktivism, theoretical research, and critical design with queer politics and social practice. I develop tools and interventions for collective acts of aesthetic resistance. Currently, I am developing a series of works that responds to emerging forms of technological control, such as biometrics, cloud computing, tracking technologies, and genomics, by tactics of evasion, escape, disappearance, and illegibility.

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Zach Blas, Facial Weaponization Suite: Fag Face Mask, 2011-Present

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Bouchard, Alexandria

Artist

thealiwayyy.com

Using the depths and dark corners of YouTube, Facebook, and blogging sites as my resources, I create video collages that pair my performances with the many diverse opinions of my generation. My work uses humor, aptitude, and risqué scenarios to invite viewers in for an experience that transcends conventional ideas of promiscuity and sexualization.

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Alexandria Bouchard, Stars & Stripes, 2014, video, 2:17 minutes

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Brace, Patricia

Artist

patriciabrace.com

Playing with the idea that we exist in a mirror world, dependant upon multiple memories and interpretations for the truth, my work starts with autobiography and extends into the realm of self-mythology, raising questions along the way about composite identity, basic psychoanalysis, and the division between what constitutes life and art.  In order to do this I document personal, observed, and collaborative experiences to explore the psychological dynamics of the individual within the collective whole.  In this process I am searching for moments of slippage when individual history becomes fantasy, or fiction through either individual or collective transmission.  This record then becomes represented through performance, video, and installation and is reflexive of a search for family, success, and happiness as a means of 'feeling felt' in a world growing increasingly more detached.

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Patricia Brace, Forgive Your Father, 2014, video, variable length

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Bruce, Kathy

Artist

local-artists.org/users/kathy-bruce

I use sustainable technology to produce organic biodegradable sculptures of iconic female images in public spaces.

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Kathy Bruce, la Sirena Lake Titicaca, 2012, Totora reeds, bamboo, wire, 25 x 4 x 16 feet

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Buchanan, Nancy

Artist

nancybuchanan.net

I began working with video in 1974, and have continued. In the 90s, I began making interactive computer pieces, and received a Rockefeller Fellowship in New Media in 1997, completing Developing, a CD-ROM, in 1999. For the past several years, I've been making digital collages.

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Nancy Buchanan, Layered Look, 2013, digital print, 23 x 24 inches

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Buechley, Leah

Artist, Author, and Technologist

leahbuechley.org/

Leah Buechley is a designer, engineer, artist, and educator whose work explores intersections and juxtapositions--of "high" and "low" technologies, new and ancient materials, and masculine and feminine making traditions. She also develops tools that help people build their own technologies, among them the LilyPad Arduino kit. She recently left her position as an Associate Professor at the MIT Media Lab to focus on an independent design practice. While at MIT she founded and directed the High-Low Tech research group. Her work has been exhibited internationally in venues including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Ars Electronica Festival, and the Exploratorium, and has been featured in publications including The New York Times, Boston Globe, Popular Science, and Wired. Leah received a PhD in computer science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a BA in physics from Skidmore College. At both institutions she also studied dance, theater, fine art, and design.

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Buie, Jessica

Artist, Author, and Technologist

jessicabuie.com

My work is motivated by the utilization of the digital platform as a means of studying the way in which we realize and manifest our idealized selves.The identities and mimetic 'selves' we spend so much time producing are anti-genuine, inauthentic facets of our personality that will never be tangible or breachable to those who come across our online persons. By curating what personal metadata is presented across the online platform to others, photos in particular, we purposely produce an idealized self, an altered, fragmented picture of how we want to be perceived.

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Jessica Buie, As Told by Omegle, August 2014, video, 8:06 minutes

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Burickson, Sue

Artist

sueburickson.com

Transmedia Portraits are my sculptures with videos embedded on tablets and cellphones. Utilizing this revolution in portraiture, made possible through the development of portable videos and devices, I can more fully address a primary aim of Abstract Expressionism- to explore the inner relationship between the head and the heart in man.

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Sue Burickson, Transmedia Portraits - The Inner Life of Centaurs - You Need To Get A Life, 2014, sculpture with embedded video, 2:00 minutes

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Cárdenas, Micha

Artist

transreal.org

I am a transgender performance and new media artist/theorist. I work in social practice, wearable electronics and intersections of bodies, technology, movements and politics.

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Micha Cárdenas, Still: Becoming Dragon, 2009, Video, 3:00 minutes

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Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company

Organization

cddc.info

Carolyn Dorfman is the founding artistic director and choreographer of the Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company. Her work envelops a broad contemporary range and she is known for significant collaborations with artists of diverse art forms that  create worlds into which the audience can enter. In this video excerpt of Interior Design, you experience the choreography of Dorfman, video mapping on the bodies, walls and screen via projection and X-box connect technology designed by Freer and mixed electronic score with live vocals composed by Bukvich, creating an extraordinary sound and visual connections.

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Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company, Interior Designs - Tattoo, April 13, 2013, performance/video, 4:25 minutes

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Cassils, Heather

Artist

heathercassils.com

I am an artist and a body builder who uses my exaggerated physique to intervene in various contexts in order to interrogate systems of power and control. I create works to reveal how process renders transparent the relationship between thought, behavior and social systems. "The spectacle is not a collection of images, but a social relation among peple, mediated by images." - Guy Debord

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Heather Cassils, Advertisement: Homeage to Benglis (with Time Lapse Steroids), 2011, Digital C-print, 40 x 30 inches with backdrop, variable size

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Cercone, Katie

Artist and Curator

katiecercone.com

Through performative video sculpture, I explore embodied feminism, the shamanic impulse and the spirituality of hip hop. If yoga in the West weren't so muddled with our unconscious patriarchal Christian purity myths, we'd clearly see the many ways in which it's spiritually akin to hip hop, and how both are bloated with genital poetry of the Goddess. Through bodily expression and digital collage overlay of hip hop gliteratti scavenged from the internet, my videos trace the psychological building blocks of goddess worship exploring where the pictorial motifs and symbols of contemporary popular culture interface with the 5D cosmic archetypal realm of Gods and Goddesses.

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Katie Cercone, Swagophilia's $ong of Fleshy Wind, 2014, performative video sculpture, 4:41 minutes (excerpts)

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Chandra, Kiran

Artist

kiranchandra.net

I use technology as a tool, as a means to make work. In this video submission I have used my laptop, and two applications- photobooth and itunes- to make this video which aims at being read as as a low- res, lonely and frenetic home lip syncing karaoke session.

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Kiran Chandra, Inter/ruptions, 2013, video, 5:29 minutes

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Clifford, Christen

Artist

christenclifford.tumblr.com

As an artist making autobiographical work, I am interested in technology relating to the human body.  An underwater GoPro  video camera has hi enough resolution to capture bubbles of urine and gas, which was unthinkable even a few years ago, and then only with VERY with expensive equipment.

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Christen Clifford, untitledunderwaterurethravideo, video, 3:52 minutes

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Cloutier, Khara

Artist

kharacloutier.com

My own creative process begins by using metaphor as the conceptual basis for my designs. Once this foundation is established, I translate those concepts into material form. It is then and only then that I integrate the appropriate amount of technology that will support the realization of the work itself.

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Khara Cloutier, Pandora, 2013, Video, 640x360, 00:43 minutes

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Cornett, Sherri

Artist

sherricornett.com

My Grottoes are concave, welded steel and mixed media wall sculptures which create shrines to and include video collages of my observations and meditations on the  invigorating, seductive essence of water - rippling, cascading, flowing, effervescent... Individually or collectively, they provide a backdrop to conversations  about water rights and conservation - where the sculptures and their videos are visual reminders of water as common ground. I also create stand alone videos that explore texturing of forms in the video medium.

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Sherri Cornett, Yellowstone River Grotto, 2012, video sculpture, 2:56 min. looped on digital frame in 35 x 24 x 15 in. sculpture, recycled steel rod, video screen, steel wire, recycled steel mesh, recycled bicycle tires, recycled nylon rope, recycled guitar strings, balloons, nylon  hose, trash bags, transparent tape, electrical tape, recycled shower curtain, recycled nylon yarn, recycled VHS tape, wax paper, plastic wrap, organza ribbon, nylon undergarments

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Davidson, Bug

Artist

behance.net/bugdavidson

Nothing Like Ivanhoe stabs at magical realism with a queer sound, this film was scored live from within the frame. Using genre tools and handmade props this short rejects the redundancy of story in our collective cinematic past to emphasize what many in the contemporary audience see as an exhausted narrative. A coming out story, a love story, a hero story; perhaps these things are Ivanhoe. By leaving narrative behind, this short film employs a layering of dislocated audio visual clues to the viewer; clues that may lead to the solution that experimental film and queer existence have much in common.

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Bug Davidson, Nothing Like Ivanhoe, 2013, HD video, 9:27 minutes

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Davies, Char

Artist

immersence.com

Canadian artist Char Davies is internationally recognized for pioneering artworks using technologies of virtual reality. Davies transitioned to digital media in the mid-80s when she began exploring three-dimensional computer imaging as a means of expanding depth beyond the picture plane.

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DeMonte, Samantha

artist

samdemonte.wix.com/artist

Reverse Meditaton (2014) is an absurd variation of traditional meditation in that it is spawned from unorthodox methods - it is a pull of emotion that brings the viewer to be outwardly self aware, rather than inwardly. What the viewer is actually looking at is a culmination of anxiety producing video and soundwaves that both dote on ideas of feminity - a video track of lipstick application sped up 700 times and repeated cyclically, and every track on Hole's Live Through This 1994 album spliced, panned, and edited into a 7 minute track.  Best watched with head phones.

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Samantha DeMonte, Reverse Meditation, 2014, video/sound, 7:39 minutes

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DeVun, Leah

Artist and Author

leahdevun.com

I am a visual artist and scholar who focuses on gender, sexuality, and technology. This series explores the medical technologies that assist women with breastfeeding. The plastic pumps, shields, tubes, and other devices commonly used by lactating women underscore how technology augments and disrupts our sense of what bodies do "naturally". Through these portraits of breastfeeding women, we can see how cultural demands for females to effortlessly succeed at being women and mothers can lead to complicated relationships between humans and technology.

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Leah DeVun, Monique with Supplemental Nursing System, 2014, C-print, 20 x 28 inches

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Dittrich, Sara

Artist

saradittrich.com

I often take a multimedia approach with my work, using sculptural objects, musical performance, video, electronic and interactive technologies.  I use these tools to help catch a glimpse of myself moving through the unconscious rhythms of everyday life-pulsing, breathing, wandering.  These physical rhythms filter into my work, creating an awareness of the body, giving a reestablished sense of place and identity to the viewer and myself.

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Sara Dittrich, Cadence, 2013, video documentation of performance, 1:02 minutes

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Doing, Simone

Artist, Curator, and Arts Educator

simonedoing.com

Kindred depicts two silhouetted figures - one human, one nonhuman - fading in and out of one another in a video painting that challenges conventional notions of sisterhood and familial bonds. Aural elements mirror the nonlinear, subtly-changing visuals with tranquil tones that invite the viewer into an immersive, liminal space. The technical production of this piece facilitates a contemporary examination of traditional dichotomies, using the medium of video painting to reveal speciesist belief systems.

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Simone Doing, Kindred, 2014, video painting

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Donovan, Abigail

Artist

abbydonovan.com

Abby Donovan formed the artist collective, The 181, in 2008. The 181 creates situations that generate experiential spaces which expand, contract, or reassemble as information sloshes about. Our compositions are webcast; these webcasts are simultaneously brought back into the compositions (projected, reflected, infected) with a mixing aesthetic fascinated by information creation and loss, chance encounters, interference, and alterations--our performances continually wander through complex landscapes of resonances. Or to put it another way: a creative mixing platform constructed out of the mobile videorecording, webcasting, projecting, and community capabilities of laptops, smartphones, video projectors, and social networks.

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The 181, Von Humboldt's Dreams, 2010, live webstreaming/video projection performance, 4:07 minutes

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Dove, Toni

Artist

tonidove.com

Since the early 1990s, Toni Dove has produced unique, highly imaginative, embodied hybrids of film, installations and experimental theater. In her work, performers and participants interact with Dove's narrative using interface technologies, such as motion sensing and laser harp to produce performing on-screen avatars.

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Drucker, Zachary

Artist

zacharydrucker.com

I am a young transgender artist/performer from Los Angeles, using a range of creative devices that all strive towards the portrayal of bodily identity, my own and that of others, obsessively infusing visual media -- photographs, videos adn performance art -- with acute, masochistic emotional compulsions. Conceiving, discovering, and manifesting myself as "a woman in the wrong world," my work is rooted in cultivating and investigating under-recognized aspects of transgender history, locating myself in that history, and communicating my contemporary experience of gender and sexuality.

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Zachary Drucker, Still: One Fist (You have one fist in my mouth, one fist up my ass, and your arms are trapped inside me like a Chinese finger trap), 2010, Video documentation, 10:30 minutes

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Echelman, Janet

Artist

echelman.com

Artist Janet Echelman reshapes urban airspace through technology with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight. Her projects draw inspiration from ancient craft and digital applications. Using materials from woven fiber to atomized mist, she creates living, breathing pieces that respond to the forces of nature.

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Egenhoefer, Rachel Beth

Artist

rachelbeth.net

Rachel Beth Egenhoefer is an artist, designer, writer, and professor whose work sits between technology, craft, and design. Her work focuses on the intersection between textiles and technology, and the interactions between body and machine.

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Elsas, Julia

Artist

juliaelsas.com

As a mixed-media artist, I am continually moving between concepts, materials, and processes. Much of my work involves textiles used in women's intimate apparel, because I see them as suggestive of the revealed and concealed in acts of courtship, flirtation, sensuality, and voilence. In "For Alice", I have scanned and looped a series cyanotypes made from exposing reconstructed and torn industrial elastic onto cyanotype infused paper.

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Julia Elsas, For Alice, 2013, cyanotype animation, 3:09 minutes

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Finkbeiner, Amy

Artist

amyfinkbeiner.com

I make implements for use in ritual, utilizing a wide variety of forms and materials, including video, performance, musical compositions, drawing, sculpture, and photography.
Digital video and audio technology simply make it possible for me to create and re-create actions as artistic exploration. Period stains in the crotch of a pair of jeans, however, link me to an eternal process that trumps technological vicissitudes.

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Amy Finkbeiner, Washing, 2013, video performance, 3:30 minutes

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Forstreuter, Emilia

Artist

emiliaforstreuter.de

Emilia Forstreuter is a freelance graphic and motion designer based in Berlin. The idea for her films originates with her interest in how our complex world is created out of seemingly basic modules - cells - that are then repeated and combined to build up complex organisms and structures. Her work has been shown in London, Tokyo, Berlin, Miami, Paris and several other places around the globe. She has won many awards for her films.

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Emilia Forstreuter, Yonder, video

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Gad, Simone

Artist

bluecanvas.com/simonegad
santamonica.bgartdealings.com/simone-gad-2

I use blogs and facebook as technological research for my rescue pets/wildlife pinup drawing collages on paper over vintage models who are vulnerable from the 1850s to 1960s/70s of which SPREADEAGLE/HIBOU-OWL from CAUGHT LOOKING exhibition at the Armory Center For The Arts, in Pasadena, CA, Curated by Irene Tsatsos, was featured among 20 of my pinups series, as part of the exhibition from February 15 to June 8, 2014. 

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Simone Gad, Spreadeagle Hibou/Owl avec Pin-up 3D, 2014, drawing collage-ink on paper, framed 11 x 14 inches, collection of Irene Tsatsos

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Garbasz, Yishay

Artist

yishay.com

I am a crossover artist, i will do whatever it takes to get the job done -- be it use existing tech or invent new. Installation of becoming at the Busan biennale. In "Becoming," artist Yishay Garbasz dares to explore one of society's most taboo subjects-the exercise of individual agency in the unmaking and remaking of a body's gender. In this groundbreaking work and objet d'art, Garbasz courageously documents the changes she underwent from one year before her gender reassignment surgery until one year afterward. With unprecedented honesty, the artist photographed her body every week, chronicling the changes throughout this period.

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Yishay Barbasz, Becoming, 2010, Photos, steel, makrolon, motor, light, wood, foil, cloth (Zeotrope), 3 meters, 2.5 seconds

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Garnes, Lacie

Artist

laciegarnes.com

Within the "OUTSKIRT" project, a small infrared spy camera is placed between my legs gazing out from my skirt and into the world. The images are collected using an oppositional surveillance view in response to voyeuristic "upskirt" photography. This work embodies themes that expand upon the gaze, active and passive gender roles, legislation, private vs. public space and intends to illustrate what it looks like and feels like to be a woman in public space.

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Lacie Garnes, OUTSKIRT, 2004, digital video, 1:57 minutes

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Genderchangers

Organization

genderchangers.org

We are women and women-identified gender minorities and belonging to various generations and speak many different languages, we share a desire to shape the world we live in and are activists in making conscious choices about the technology we use. The Genderchangers operate on an informal, ad-hoc, D.I.Y., hands-on basis in a non-purpose-driven, non-competitive atmosphere of mutual respect. The Genderchangers act as a catalyst for participant-driven events, our emphasis is on experiential knowledge acquisition, expanding skills and insights through exchange and collaboration and learning by explaining/doing (not for instance, by R.T.F.M.).

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Genderchangers Logo

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Goldman, Ela

Artist

elagoldman.eu

"Memory Machine" shows a mechanical "carpet" comprised of over 400 dreidels set on the floor. The dreidels alternately spin to create an almost abstract pattern of color and form. The dreidel is used here as a symbol for the continuity of generations endlessly spinning like a clock in a race against time, utilizing technology to preserve the past.

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Ela Goldman, Memory Machine, 2014, video art, 3:49 minutes

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Goldner, Janet

Artist

janetgoldner.com

Janet Goldner's work explores culture, identity, and social justice in various media: sculpture, photography, video, installation, and writing. It bridges diverse cultures, focusing on the unique beauty and genius of each as well as what we have in common. In my video work my aim is to present a realistic image of Africa that is nuanced and positive, countering persistent negative stereotypes.

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Janet Goldner, Women's Music at a Senufo Hunter's Funeral, 2010, video, 31:06 minutes

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Graupe-Pillard, Grace

Artist

ggp.neoimages.net

My obsession with the passing of time as I perform a "slow" dance weaving my body in and out of the rain, clouds, and earth. Technically, I also mesh images and narration into the video, so that form and content are interlaced. The music and the sounds of nature are also layered coming into the light and quietly fading like the tempo of our lives.

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Grace Graupe-Pillard, The Slow Dance of Time, 2010, video, 2:36 min.

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Gross, Cheryl

Artist

cmgross.com

My motion work is a collaboration with poet Nicelle Davis that involves the struggles with being a woman and parenthood. In The Circus of You dives head first into cobwebs of society, metaphorically interpreting our world as a sideshow, where as not only are we the freaks, but also victims of situations beyond our control. The illustrations and animation by Cheryl Gross assist the viewer on this voyage, interweaving through circumstances and encompassing the soul on its most primal level.

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Cheryl Gross, In The Circus of You, 2013, video, 6:08 min.

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Guthrie, Georgia

Artist

georgiaguthrie.com

I am a designer and maker based in Philadelphia, PA. I work at the Action Mill, where I use design thinking to help solve big, intangible problems. I am also the Director of The Hacktory, where I work to create opportunities for anyone to creatively tinker and learn about technology.

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Georgia Guthrie, Compulsive Repurpose, 2012, Ethernet and phone cables

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Hall, Colleen Phelon

Artist

colleenhall.com

Women are often "bound" by the issues of "self doubt" and "fear" and it keeps far too many of us from having our voices heard. As a working artist and mother of two daughters, digital photography and video editing help level the playing field for "outsiders" like me to bring my ideas to life. With the help of technology, we can now spread our ideas and sever the ties that bind our creative hands.

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Colleen Phelon Hall, Bound, 2014, stop motion digital film, 32.4 seconds

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Hall, Jennifer

Artist

jenhall.org

Jennifer Hall is a pioneer in the field of new media. Her work concentrates on the discontent between the promises of new media and the actual human condition. Once can usually find Jennifer Hall constructing something from new media or re-appropriating an existing technology. Hall is the Founding Director of Do While Studio, a Boston-based, non-profit organization dedicated to the fusion of art, technology, and culture.

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Jennifer Hall, REM: 5, sterling silver

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Harp, Hilary

Artist

harpsilver.com

Hilary Harp creates sculptures, installations, and media projects that explore new hybrid forms that challenge categories of high and low, male and female, technology and craft. Since 2003 she has collaborated with Suzie Silver on a range of projects.

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Harrison, Julie

Artist and Educator

julie-harrison.com

My work is rooted in pictorial history, but revels in and reveals the technology currently inherent in image making. Conceptually, I refract photography's roots in journalism and repurpose the news by photographing, and thus recontextualizing, images from magazines. The abstraction of these ambiguously familiar images symbolizes the way we tend to experience events - through the lens of a machine. Therefore, technology serves as both medium and message - the images' graininess and loss of focus reflect the means as well as the end, and the subject becomes an object of beauty rather than the negative that permeates the news.

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Julie Harrison, The Butcher, 2014, archival pigment print, variable dimensions

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Hart, Claudia

Artist

claudiahart.com

Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator, and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3D imagery integrated into photography, animated loops, and multi-channel animation installations. She has received numerous awards for both her art and writing. Hart is widely exhibited through out the globe. Hart is currently Associate Professor in the department of Film, Video, New Media and Animation at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Claudia Hart, Optic Nude, video

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Hästköttskandalen

Organization

horsemeatscandalmusic.tumblr.com

Hästköttskandalen (HKS) is an audiovisual quartet comprised of Swedish and American composers of electroacoustic music (Ellen Arkbro, Marta Forsberg, Maria W Horn, and Kali Malone). The ensemble uses various forms of real-time digital video feedback and analog film manipulation, just intonation, and musical synthesis through live electronics, object coding, and linear coding. All members of the ensemble utilize technological manipulation of acoustic material and have co-created the music video "Homage to Light". HKS releases their debut vinyl record Spacegirls on Fylkingen Records in October 2014, it is possible to view the video footage of Spacegirls on their vimeo page. Hästköttskandalen is based in Stockholm, and is touring throughout Sweden from October to December 2014.  

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Hästköttskandalen

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Hershman Leeson,Lynn

Artist

lynnhershman.com

Over the last three decades, artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershmann Leeson has been internationally acclaimed for her pioneering use of new technologies and investigation of issues that are now recognized as key to the workings of our society: identity in a time of consumerism, privacy in an era of surveillance, interfacing of humans and machines, and the relationship between real and virtual worlds.

RAW/WAR is a project by Lynn Hershman Leeson, in collaboration with Alexandra Chowaniec, Brian Chirls, Gian Pablo Villamil and Paradiso Project. RAW/WAR takes the form of an interactive, community-curated archive and an accompanying installation that provide a forum in which users can come together, share their stories and collaboratively contribute to the history of women's art. 

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Hill, Sarah

Artist

sarahhill.org

Creating Surgery was a way for me to attempt to come to terms with the disappointment, and the failure to be seen as trans and the slowness of change in regards to how others use language to speak or "not speak" about my existence.
Point number five from the Non-Trans/Cisgender Privilege Checklist
5.) Strangers and acquaintances do not ask what my genitals look like or what medical procedures I have had.
Surgery, is an ongoing collaborative video project. Artists: Sarah Hill, Creighton Baxter, Bug Davidson, and more to come.

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Sarah Hill, Surgery, 2013-2014, SD video, 4:00 minutes

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Hinant, Cindy

Artist

cindyhinant.com

Cindy Hinant is a New York based feminist artist who utilizes video, audio, internet and digital technology, as well as performance and traditional art mediums as part of her conceptual based practice.  Her work explores representations of women in art and in popular culture.

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Cindy Hinant, Farrah Abraham, Celebrity, 2014, HD Digital video, 3:26 minutes

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Hofman, Hallie

Artist

aloha-filmhen.tumblr.com/art

As an young artist, I grew up with tacit knowledge of technology, and I find that it demands attention more than other mediums of art. With a painting a viewer can glance and walk away, but with a video they have to wait for the ending, and that makes video art influential. I aim to make impacting and articulate works of art, and I think there is no better way to do that than through technology.

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Hallie Hofman, Palpable, 2014, film, 5:08 min.

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Faith Holland

Curator

faithholland.com

Faith Holland is an artist and curator whose practice focuses on gender and sexuality's relationship to the Internet. She received her BA in Media Studies at Vassar College and her MFA in Photography, Video, and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts. Holland uses images from various films and the Internet as her source material, mashing them up to draw larger inferences on how digital media represents, constructs and visualizes beauty, sexuality, and how we experience the world.

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Holmes, Tiffany

Artist

tiffanyholmes.prosite.com

Tiffany Holmes explores the potential of art and technology to promote environmental stewardship. Her commission from the National Center for Supercomputing Applications resulted in experimental animations visualizing real time energy loads. Holmes earned her PhD at the University of Plymouth, UK, with a dissertation titled, "Eco-visualization: Combining art and technology to reduce energy consumption."

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Holwerda, Sara

Artist

saramholwerda.com

In this piece, I investigate the role of the sexualized female body in rehearsed performance for an audience detached by technology.  The camera is set up as it is in the dozens of YouTube chair dance tutorials I visited in preparation for this performance: it is a mechanical gaze, allowing women to see themselves and other women in the way that men might see them once they perfect these sexualized dance moves.  In my version, the mastery of the practiced performance dissolve into prop falls and self-defense moves, building a complex movement narrative and changing the relationship between the female body, the chair, and the viewer.

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Sara Holwerda, Chair Dance II, 2012, HD video, 6:33 minutes

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Hovet, Alex

Artist

alexhovet.com

Alex Hovet's work in video and photography explores the relationship between image and memory, and the degredation of both. Her work investigates the impulse to create narratives from anonymous imagery and the struggle to recreate memories from family archives. Situated in a time of vast internet archives and user-generated "glitch" art, her works uses manual and digital manipulation, structural editing, and found imagery to probe the many physical processes of recovery.

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Alex Hovet, In Recovery, 2013, video, 2:55 minutes

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Iverson, Hana

Artist

hanaiverson.com

Hana Iverson is a media artist with a focus on networked communities and wireless technologies. Her public projects, "Cross/Walks," "Weaving Fabric Row," and "Common Ground," along with her education initiative "Neighborhood Narratives" engage the neighborhood as social practice.

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Jaffé, Michelle

Artist

michellejaffearts.com

I am interested in technology as a means to extend and expand one's perception of space, involving both body and mind by engaging it viscerally through intuition, spatialization and memory. I am particularly drawn to the sculptural quality of sound and its ability to inform and shape our sense of environment and psychic landscape. My work explores volume and space through sculpture, sound, and video to create immersive environments, in which each medium augments each other.

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Michelle Jaffé, Wappen Field (detail), 2013, chrome plated steel, LEDs, speaker drivers, amplifiers, audio in/out, computer, and SuperCollider, 9' 2" x 9' x 9'

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Jenik, Adriene

Artist, Curator, and Technologist

adrienejenik.net

Adriene Jenik is a telecommunications media artist, teacher, curator, administrator, and engineer. She brings to her work -- which has been at the forefront of exploratory media and new media narrative of public art using community-based wireless networks -- a knowledge of technology; an interest in creating new forms of literature, cinema, and performance; and a narrative sensibility that is sometimes community-based, sometimes addresses issues of gender and sexuality, and sometimes looks at the human connection in a technology-mediated world.

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Jervert, Claire

Artist

clairejervert.com

My work deals with the interrelationship of media, communication and technology in a variety of media, including photography, drawings, painting, video, sculpture and the Internet.  DreamNation, part of the "Branding" painting series incorporates corporate brand names and logos, while utilizing methods and techniques of traditional sign painting. Contemporary electronic consumer culture is evoked through the use of one of the most ancient forms of advertising.

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Claire Jervert, DreamNation, 2010, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

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Kanarek, Yael

Artist

worldofawe.net

Yael Kanarek's creative practice centers on the fundamental hypothesis that language and numerals render reality. Kanarek is the founder of "The Upgrade," an international network of artists and curators concerned with art, technology, and activism.

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Yael Kanarek, Explosion 1960, video clock

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Kapon, Annetta

Artist

annettakapon.com

Moderato, 2014 is a video that refers to old and nostalgic technology (a non-digital metronome) and new technology (the ubiquity of video as seen on the computer screen or smart phone. ) The whole "scene" is recorded with an HD video camera. It also makes reference to Man Ray's Object to be Destroyed from 1923. More generally, the work humorously and reflexively concerns itself with its own structures and conditions of production.

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Annetta Kapon, Moderator, 2014, HD video, 01:38 minutes

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Kelley, Kathleen

Artist

kathleenkelleydance.com

Kelley is a choreographer, performer, filmmaker and teacher. In this work, the artists Kathleen Kelley and Sarah Rose Nordgren meld their respective forms of dance and poetry into an animated duet between the body and language. Portlet makes the connection between the ports on coastlines, the ports in bodies, and the ports of our digital devices as receptacles or containers of connection and engagement. Using video capture and animation software, the moving female body in Portlet swims through an ocean of words and texture, arguing for both the organic and the digital as human impulses.

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Kathleen Kelley and Sarah Rose Nordgren, Portlet, 2013, animation/dance, 5:56 minutes

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Kelly, Deborah

Artist

gbk.com.au/artists/deborah-kelly

Deborah Kelly's approach to media is tactical, using the internet and digital technology for social activism. She is a founding member of the art gang, boat-people.org, which has been making public work around race, nation, borders, and history since 2001.

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Kozak, Ellen

Artist

ellenkozak.com

Observation is at the core of my artistic practice and I use technology to augment, extend and intensify the close scrutiny of phenomena both in the natural and man-made worlds. Since my early days in video, at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT, I have been using various lenses such as; the lens of a camera, the lens of a wave form generator in the Paik-Abe Video Synthesizer, the lens of the human eye and more recently, the lens provided by the surface of a body of water, to assimilate visual and perceptual events including the physiology of perception itself. For me, the technological advances in digital editing make the process of working in video quite close to my practice as a painter where one can intervene in the development of the work at any stage unencumbered by the limitations of the production/post-production dichtomy.

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Ellen Kozak, Miroirs, 2014, video, 8:17 minutes

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Kuncman, Batya

Artist

batya.ws

Understanding the meaning of images is one of the questions considered in my work with technology, a process which I call "Neo-Assemblages." In making 2D and 3D artworks I want to experience the raw DIY element of making art. With films I photograph still images with a camera and then import these into the computer, viewing the images very rapidly as I film the computer screen the film is created and finally, editing the film in the computer. As the computer is the main link between the stills and the film and in this case akin to flip books, I find this tactile process somewhat more satisfying than the smooth process of filming and editing.

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Batya Kuncman, The Condition, 2014, video, 2:45 minutes

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Kuo, Nina

Artist

mythicalmuse.com
ninakuo.rawcity.net

I created Clay Sculpted Women in Terra Cotta with painted canvases, abstracted landscapes, drapes and mylar backdrops for this fantasy video drama. To enhance the story line of stop action I have used expressive facial montages to arouse life scholarly ladies-in- waiting. Like early puppets they  weave a primitive classical tomb world but with modern values and connotations: Commercialism seen in a cell phone, rifle/weapons, boom box , guitar etc.which stretches our imagination. Sequences of  sand dwellings explore a strong relationship to Chinese Xian caves that reveal excavated scholarly Tang lady figures. These  women are metaphors for the intensity of today's rituals of  Pop cultural life that is translated in ancient Chinese archeology. I have created a dialogue about our anachronistic world full of wit and surprise. These transformed women represent a cosmic visionary future while exotic musical instrumentation with sound effects that mimic the flowing poses and gestures of today's exploration of our past  meeting a stranger future.

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Nina Kuo, Clay Terra Cotta Ladies, 2007, video, 4:00 minutes

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Lay, Pat

Artist

patlay.com

In this new series of scrolls, digital images scanned from computer circuit boards are printed on Japanese kozo paper and then collaged into patterns that transform them into a new matrix. A place, created in response to our world of technological advancement and digital progress.  These works question and critique the paradoxical relationship between man and technology.

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Pat Lay, KB095-2, 2014, Collaged digital scroll: data from a circuit board  printed on Japanese kozo paper, gold acrylic paint, Tyveck backing, 96 x 48 in.

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Lee, Eva

Artist

christiansonlee.com/Elee_new/index.htm

Eva Lee is a New York City visual artist, experimental filmmaker, and animator. Her interest in the nature of mind inspired her to study Buddhist philosophy in tandem with new developments in neuroscience. Her current works incorporate both Eastern philosophy and Western scientific views of consciousness. Her collaborations with neuroscientists at the University of Virginia and Haskins Laboratory of Yale University resulted in a moving 3-D landscape based on brain data and an animated visual poem based on brain imaging from language and sound-related experiments.

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Leister, Elizabeth

Artist

elizabethleister.com

I think of "Burn" as a moving painting where the layering of transparent shapes of color and the gestural strokes of a paintbrush are mimicked through technology. Each frame is a composition, and it is exciting to craft each transition by creating seamless shifts in color, value and texture that unfold into new shapes, lines and perspectives.  It is digital mark-making without any physical connection to real materiality.

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Elizabeth Leister, Burn, 2013, HD video, 3:20 minutes

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Lister, Ardele

Artist, Author, and Curator

ardelelister.com

I was fortunate enough to be one of the first artists to work with state-of-the-art post-production and computer technologies in the early 1980s. It coincided with my making a modern inferno, where Hell(1984) has been computerized and souls are stored on disk, tortured with digital effects according to their sins. The body is mangled, modified, controlled in the intestines of the computer, with Dante's favorite punishments fitted perfectly to the mechanistic, measured effects that had just become possible. In Lust, for example, the frames of the lovers' initial capitulation to their sin of betrayal are captured, frozen, repeated and programmed to travel in the black wind/space of the eternal frame. While the last couple of decades have "domesticated a number of Hell's formal devices, which can now be executed with Adobe Premiere software; at the time, Hell split open the syntax of video narrative, while exercising it in a dystopic fictional cybertopia." (Tony Conrad)

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Ardele Lister, Flower/Power, 2013, digital video, 9:00 minutes

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Louie, Jeannette

Artist

jeannettelouie2.com

Jeannette Louie is a contemporary artist of Chinese descent residing in NJ who journeys into the dystopic diaspora of the human condition. Her videos are screened internationally, including at the upcoming Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. Her artwork has been shown in museums and galleries, and she is the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships including the Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome.

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Jeannette Louie, Amygdala, video

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Lovejoy, Margot

Artist and Author

Margot Lovejoy engages audiences in direct interactive experiences through installation works, websites, and bookworks. Lovejoy's book, "Digital Currents: Art in the Electronic Age," is a survey of the impact of video and digital technologies on visual culture and artistic practice.

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Loyche, Rebecca

Artist

rebecca.loyche.com

Profession- Sexual Assistant is a portrait of one of Europe's leading pioneers in the field of sexuality. Through the use of video it addresses the controversial and complicated issues involved with the sexual needs of people with a physical, socially and /or mental disability or handicap. The visuals of the video are based on a sensual reality and sexuality being a pure and natural part of nature.

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Rebecca Loyche, Profession -- Sexual Assistant, 2014, HD video, 11:55 minutes

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Lubliner, Barbara

Artist and Curator

barbaralubliner.com

"No More Dy(e)ing," utilizes digital images and video to convey subtle emotional changes and complex associations that resonate throughout the process of going gray.  The technology reveals the emergence of a more authentic self as it chronicles the aging female letting go of artifice. Barbara Lubliner is a curator and artist whose art practice is a confluence of art and life, each twist and turn driven by the desire to use current life concerns as a springboard for projects.

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Barbara Lubliner, No More Dy(e)ing, 2014, video, 15:30 minute loop

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Magenta, Muriel

Artist

murielmagenta.com

Muriel Magenta explores the interface between various electronic media -- 3-D animation, net art, video, digital graphics, installation, multimedia performance, and sculpture. Her larger objective is to create a visual experience in an actual space, and then transmit it over electronic networks into virtual spaces. Conversely, Magenta produces art for the internet that she translates to gallery and theater environments.

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Judy Malloy

Author

judymalloy.net

Judy Malloy is a poet whose works embrace the intersection of hyper narrative, magic realism and information art. Malloy has served as editor and leader for books and web projects. Her literary works have been exhibited worldwide. She is currently a Visiting Lecturer at Princeton University in Electronic Literature and Social Media Poetics.

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Mannshahia, Amanda

Artist and Author

Amanda's Youtube Channel

On Salivating Wings is an experiment that utilizes feeling as technology. Quoting Raymond Williams, "thought as felt and feeling as thought," the film, as well as the process of artistic production, serve to assist in a spiritual healing from trauma. The combination of feeling and production serve to function as a ritual through which personal queer redemption can be obtained.

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Amanda Mannshahia, On Salivating Wings, 2014, film, 5:36 minutes

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Manzi-Schacht, Vera

Artist

veramanzischacht.com

By way of video technology my work, When the Stars Came Out in Pienza, was created  primarily and essentially because there was no other way - be it by sculpting or painting - that I could express and incorporate into my art the phenomenon that I had experienced in Pienza, Italy: the enfolding of myriad stars within its Renaissance piazza.  This experience brought me to research the art of this Tuscan town, where I found the sculpture of a Sheela-na-gig - a legs-splayed,  presenting female image - she of Celtic origin.

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Vera Manzi-Schacht, When the Stars Came Out in Pienza, 2012, video, 14:48 minutes

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Mayorga, Carolina

Artist

carolinamayorga.com

My work addresses issues of social and political content. These themes translate into site-specific installations and multimedia projects including video, performance art, photography and drawing. I use technology as a way to engage audiences by creating scenes that play with cultural stereotypes that put through the camera lens and transformed with light and sound reveal inner struggles, obsessions and fears.

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Carolina Mayorga, Maid in the USA, 2012, Performance video art

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Mehran, Laleh

Artist

lalehmehran.com

Laleh Mehran is an intermedia artist focusing on photography, installation and performance. Her works are intended to be interactive, meditative and seductive, inviting her audiences to question and ponder their own ideas in relation to the complex issues she presents.

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Meister, Kelley

Artist

kelleymeister.com

Kelley Meister constructs interdisciplinary, multimedia installations that fuse sculpture, printmaking, and drawing with time-based media such as video, sound-manipulation, and performative experience. Through the use of a rough, hand-made aesthetic, she strives to create work where the architectural seams are made transparent to the audience. Kelley's artwork has been shown around the country and abroad in galleries, theatres, online, on the streets, and in impromptu art-spaces.

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Kelley Meister, Lines of Flight, 2008, stop-motion animation, 1:32 minutes

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Mignot, Dorine

Curator

site.videobrasil.org.br/en/acervo/artistas/artista/21216

Dorine Mignot is a curator in the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam since 1974. She started organizing the museum collection of video tapes and installations. In the exhibitions of video art we can mention retrospectives of Vito Acconci, Gery Schum and Nam June Paik at the end of the seventies. She made a special effort to integrate video art in the realm of painting and sculpture by participating in organizing exhibitions with other scopes in which video art plays her part as a contemporary medium. For instance 60'80 Attitudes/ Concepts/ Images in 1982, Energies in 1990, Notion of Conflict in 1995 and Under Capricorn/ The World Over in 1996.

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Morrison, Mandy

Artist

mandymachine.com

Many of my ideas come from notions of space in the physical, social and mediated/cinematic sense, particularly as related to performance and how the body (and its meanings) projects itself in the larger world. Video is my chosen means to capture what are often intimate, subliminal or unintentional performances that disseminate notions of self, separate from the corporeal. My themes often involve group participation or a core of performers that respond to the idea that the body exists as a 'function' that participates in, and accommodates its cultural context. Working collaboratively with youth as part of the Blue Sky Project, we recorded (and later edited) intimate performances with video that took place in a gymnasium; its competitive protocols flouted as we generated ideas that re-interpreted the restrictions imposed by the site's purpose and meaning. Using simple tablecloth props and the gym's curtain/partition, we continually re-configured  ordinary fabric into ideas about the wearable and symbolic as interchangeable gestures. 

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Mandy Morrison, Flag, 2008-2009, performative video, 8:58 minutes

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Mukherjee, Ranu

Artist

ranumukherjee.com

Ranu Mukherjee is a multi-disciplinary artist making hybrid films, painting, collage, textiles and collaborative projects. Her work probes ways that contemporary life is shaped by processes of blending cultures and nomadic conditions. She has exhibited in numerous exhibitions and screenings internationally. She is an Associate Professor in both Graduate Fine Arts and Social Practice at California College of the Arts, and a Visiting Professor in New Genres, San Francisco Art Institute.

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Ranu Mukherjee, Nearing and Viewing, video

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Neptune, Christie

Artist

christieneptune.com
theeots.com

Untitled #70 is a telling story of self discovery and the all encompassing battle between the conscious and subconscious minds. In a multimedia performance piece, I use video and Image projection to illustrate how our societal constructs cultivates one's understanding of self. Through the use of technology, I investigate whether the "self" can survive independently without such constructs?

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Christie Neptune, Untitled #70, 2014, video, 5:30 minutes

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Neubauer, Mary Bates

Artist

public.asu.edu/~mbates

Mary Neubauer's iamges have informatoin-bearing surfaces created from long sreams of data. They are developed from screen-view renders and sculptural productiosn of 3-D files with a broad capability for variation. The work has significance in its ability to provide an aesthetic view of the behavior of data through time, as well as its capacity to interpret all manner of number streams. Research and development behind her projects have led to the ability to convert long sequences of numbers into 3-D prototypes.

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Mary Neubauer, Data Stream Series, six framed prints

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Neufeldt, Brigitte

Artist

I am working in the field of new media and mainly in digital video. In many of my clips I am using effects of the program After Effects and Final Cut Pro.

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Brigitte Neufeldt, SWANDANCE, 2014, digital video, 3:47minutes

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Olson, Maxine

Artist

maxineolson.com

My digital artwork is about issues related to women, men, religion, and the forces that form and direct our lives. My interest in technology began in 1988 while teaching painting and drawing at the University of Georgia, in Athens, GA, and at their Study Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy.

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Maxine Olson, Lost in translation: The Debate, 2006, pigmented archival inks, canvas, paper, and vinyl substrates

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Nora O'Murchú

Curator

noraomurchu.com

Nora O Murchú is a curator, researcher and designer. Her practice explores experimental approaches to curating new media art and examines artistic responses that are shaping networked culture. She received her PhD in 2012 from the University of Limerick. Her research examined online practices of open source users and provides an in-depth analysis of this practice for an Interaction Design context. She has produced exhibitions and events (www.openhere.data.ie) for institutions and organizations including Trinity College Dublin, the Science Gallery, the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art and Rua Red.

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Oneschuk, Sarah

Artist

sarahoneschuk.com

Through employing notions of the traditionally feminine and the traditional feminine handmade object, I investigate notions of the historical self and the responsive nature of time. In using what is often seen as "real" (the scientific or photographic) alongside the "handmade" (the constructed), my work speaks about the relationship between the structuring of one's identity and the role of representation in regards to memory. 

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Sarah Oneschuk, The Rise and Fall of Kingdoms, 2013, stop-motion animation, 0:39 minutes

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Orlando, Roberta

Artist

r0inconnu.blogspot.com

The video is reading the data by audio-visual computer codes that take possession of the foreground. The sound is interrupted, broken down between shooting and uncontrollable disturbances of signs and words which are freed from their primary design. Gradually the intensity of movement increases, highlighting a decidedly emotional character. In addition, the images are composed in black and white and in their negative, leaving the first frame behind, fragmented and destroyed by the same codes which compose it.

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Roberta Orlando, n.e.t., 2011, video, 5:39 minutes

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ORourke, Louise

Artist

louiseorourkephoto.com

CRUSH is a video performance which deals with breaking down and layering or hiding that which has been broken. When something is broken and then hidden or layered upon resolution becomes difficult. This is a recurring theme in my personal relationships and this piece is my voice to which I speak about that.

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Louise ORourke, CRUSH, 2009, documentation of performance, 4:12 minutes

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Pannucci, Cynthia

Artist and Curator

asci.org

Cynthia Pannucci is an artist, curator, and the Founder/Director of Art & Science Collacorations, Inc. (ASCI), a non-profit organization based in New York City that was instrumental in revitalizing the art and technology movement in the United States during the 1990s. Today the focus is art + science.

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Paterson, Nancy

Artist

vacuumwoman.com

Nancy Paterson is a Toronto based electronic media artist and lecturer whose concepts involve internet and digital environments as vehicles of communication. Her major projects utilize data tracking, VRML, multi-monitor installations, and video gaming.

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Patten, Mary

Artist

vimeo.com/marypatten
saic.edu/profiles/faculty/marypatten

Mary Patten has exhibited and screened video installations, videos, mixed-media and multimedia projects for over thirty years in alternative spaces, university museums, and film/video festivals in the U.S. and internationally. Her interdisciplinary practice includes video, installation, writing, drawing, digital media, photography, small sculptures, performance, and public, collaborative work-murals, billboards, and large-scale curatorial projects. In her studio work, collaborative engagement, writing, and teaching, she addresses collisions and alignments between "politics" and art-making.

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Mary Patten, PANEL, 2014, HD video, adapted from a performance-based, multi-channel video/sound installation, 24:40 minutes

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Paul, Christiane

Author and Curator

Christiane Paul has written extensively on new media arts and lectured internationally on art and technology. Dr. Paul is Director of Media Studies Graduate Program and Professor of Media Studies at The New School in New York City. As Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts at the Whitney Museum of American Art, she curated the following exhibitions: "Cory Archangel: Pro Tools," "Profiling," "Data Dynamics," and the Net Art selection for the 2002 Whitney Biennial, as well as "Artport," the Whitney's internet art website.

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Phillips, N.J.

Artist

vimeo.com/njphillips

"Dancing the Roomba" challenges the concepts of service and our relationships with robots through hack. The household technology "Roomba," a robot vaccum, is hacked through code and manipulated to dance the rumba with its hacker, and perform various other tasks throughout the piece. The piece calls attention to, and pokes fun at, our interaction with these "domestic" robots.

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N.J. Phillips, Dancing the Roomba, 2014, video, 4:22 minutes

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Pohl, Allie

Artist

alliepohl.com

Pohl questions how advanced technology has altered female physical perfection.  The performance based video Heel Hike takes place in a city where the extreme emphasis on beauty and glamour often belies a kind of brutality and violence associated with fulfilling surface ideals. The focus of this work is the high heel shoe, a glamorous accessory emblematic of power, seduction, femininity and female authority, worn by many at both the office and the red carpet.  By removing the high heel from it's usual element and closely scrutinizing the hardship necessarily involved with wearing such shoes (especially on a hike), the footage portrays the action as not only sadistic but also absurd.

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Allie Pohl, Heel Hike, 2011, single-channel video, loop

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Rebhan, Gail

Artist

gailrebhan.com

I animated several still photo-collages and am interested in how information is conveyed differently in still images compared to videos. In the still versions, viewers contemplate dense layered images at their leisure. Additional information and connections become visible the longer one contemplates the still image, while in video, time is literally and symbolically passing.

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Gail Rebhan, Before/Now 5225 Loughboro Road NW, 2013, Video, 2:00 minutes

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Rehm, Cindy

Artist

cindyrehm.com

While I was trained as a painter, I have continued to experiment with new media and formats to explore the feminist content that has been consistent throughout my work. I came to video through work in performance and began performing for the eye of the camera in an attempt to capture small gestures and intimate details that might be lost in a live performance. The process of video editing has provided new possibilities for sequencing and repetition and I am drawn to the symbolic impact these structures can have upon the content of the work.

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Cindy Rehm,  Unica Zurn, 2014, single-channel video, 2:12 minutes

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Richards, Catherine

Artist

catherinerichards.ca

Visual artist, Catherine Richards, explores the volatile sense of ourselves as we are shifting our boundaries -- a process in which new information technologies play a vital role. She considers new technologies as art material.

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Riley, Elizabeth

Artist

elizabethrileyprojects.com

My work is multidimensional and experimental in intent. Standalone videos become an initiating center point, or are otherwise key to the multidimensional embodiment of the work. In the multidimensional work I combine video with 2-D video media - printouts of sequential video stills on sometimes extended lengths of inkjet roll paper - as well as with everyday 3-D physical materials such as raw plywood, and furniture and found materials. Themes that have been significant for me over the years and interwoven into my body of work are urbanism, architectural space, sense of place, sex, nothingness, wholeness and loss, the miracle of human connection and the precariousness of human connection.

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Elizabeth Riley, Dragons of Iceland, 2011, digital video, 3:40 minutes

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Roberts, Dustyn

Author and Technologist

dustynrobots.com

Dustyn Roberts is a mechanical engineer, educator, and author. She is the sole proprietor of "Dustyn Robots," a consultancy founded to provide systems engineering, design, and biomechanics services to everyone from artists and inventors to engineering firms. A residency at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center is among Roberts' important professional accomplishments related to interdisciplinary art.

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Saraf, Surabhi

Artist

surabhisaraf.net

As a new media artist, composer, and performer, Saraf uses her background in experimental sound, choreography, and Indian classical music to focus on how the mind perceives patters in relation to time. Multi-channel surround sound plays a major role in several of her works where she uses repetition, fragmentation, and multiplication to create sensory experiences.

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Satterwhite, Jacolby

Artist

jacolby.com

I use video, performance, 3-D animation, fibers, drawing and painting to explore themes of memory, desire, ritual, and heroism.

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Jacolby Satterwhite, Still: Reifying Desire (3 and 5), 2011, Video, 17:00 minutes / 9 minutes

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Schaag, Katie

katrinaschaag.wordpress.com

Artist and Author

Katie Schaag is an artist, writer, and scholar who works with text, audio, video, performance, and installation.  Her work investigates identity, fantasy, artifice, power dynamics, and queering genders.  Her signature style is multi-sensory (textures, scents, tastes, sounds), multi-media (video, audio), text-based, immersive, and participatory.  Fantasy, play, mystery, melancholia, juxtaposition, and fluidity are key aspects of her work.

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Katie Schaag, The landscape cracks, 2012, Digital video, 16:9, 5:00 minutes

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Sen, Tania

Artist

taniasen.com

Tania Sen was born in Kolkata, India; she currently lives and works in New York/New Jersey. "Tania Sen explores traditional...symbolism...through a personal interpretation for the subject matter" (Courier News), using her painting, drawing, sculpture and installation and new media works. Sen graduated with Honors in English Literature from Calcutta University, and completed Masters in Communication Arts from New York Institute of Technology, NYC on an academic scholarship. Sen's works have exhibited internationally and within the U.S.  In 2014 her works exhibited at the Newark Museum, Monmouth Museum, and soon to show at the Jehangir Museum in Mumbai among others.  A founder Member of SIPMA Contemporary, Tania has curated several shows including one at the Harold Lemmerman gallery, this year.

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Tania Sen, Familiar Fragrance, Unfamiliar Places, 2013, Performance art video

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Seyi, Adebanjo

Artist

seyiadebanjo.com

A powerful and intensely moving document of a community vigil for Islan Nettles a  transgender Womyn of Color, concerning her spirit and life.  Due to the particular narratives around the invisibility and silencing of Trans Womyn of Color, the technology of photography alone would not serve to fully capture their experience or articulate the erasure of Trans Womyn of Color with in society and especially the Queer (LGBTQI) community.  Experimenting and mixing audio interviews among documentary video were crucial media to recording the celebration of Islan Nettles a Trans Womyn of Color and experiencing a glimpse into the division/oppression that occurs in the Queer community; because the brutal and increasing attacks on Trans Womyn of Color are outrageous their oppression causes outrage.

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Adebanjo Seyi, Trans Lives matter! Justice for Islan Nettles, 2013, multi-media photography documentary, 6:17 minutes

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Shah, Ela

Artist

elashah.com

I have learned a new language (technology) to express my concerns. It is a fusion of high tech and age old issues. The works have layers of personal as well as societal meanings. The individual works have various political, religious, social or cultural issues created by globalization.  In these small movies I have manipulated and animated video clips of my earlier paintings, sculptures and travels and dramatically remixed them into meaningful narratives to create new personal myths. Some sculptures are embedded with portable video players playing movies inside them.

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Ela Shah, Someone's Special, 2014, animated video, 4:14 minutes

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Shanahan, Emily

Artist

emilyshanahan.com

My work locates gestures that have been performed in mediated situations in order to examine how the body translates and circulates ideas of gender, power and labor. In 'Patents (2009 - 2014)', a series of patented gestures filed by Apple Inc. are executed in sequence over a mirror. This reflection operates as both a surrogate screen and receptive participant, speaking to our relation to technology as physical extension.

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Emily Shanahan, Patents (2009-2014), 2014, single channel video, 2:14 minutes

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Siegel, Leah

Artist

leahsiegelsantafe.com

Leah Siegel is a digital artist and photographer whose work is an ongoing media exploration into unpredictability, complexity, and ambiguity. She is inspired by the remote badlands of the Southwest, the industrial wastelands of Northern New Jersey, the dark forests of Finland, the intersections of art + science, and the far reaches of consciousness.

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Siems, Loren

Artist

lorensiems.com

To film Scream: Physical Endurance of Emotional Release, I utilized a digital video camera capable of recording 12 consecutive hours of footage directly to a harddrive.  Little did I know that my voice and body would give out far prior to the 12 hours.  The aesthetic of the film was achieved by taping off the sides of the video lens, which caused the digital focus to react to the mechanical manipulation.

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Loren Siems, Scream: Physical Endurance of Emotional Release, 2008, digital video, 16:17 minutes

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Sivak, Marie

Artist

mariesivak.com

Marie Sivak creates stone sculptures that incorporate the use of projections and naturally occurring fiber optics, investigating the psychology of memory and the nature of human relationships. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally in Europe, Japan, and South America, and is in many public collections.

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Marie Sivak, Vicious, video and carved stone

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Sligh, Clarissa

Artist

clarissasligh.com

My work is photographically based.

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Clarissa Sligh, Jake Shaving, 1999, video

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Smith, Julia Kim

Artist

juliakimsmith.com

I am an inter- and multidisciplinary artist whose work explores issues of identity and and the political landscape by any means necessary. My projects take the form of new media, performance, video, film, photography, printmaking, and craft. Through my work, I take on censorship, misrepresentation, and underrepresentation, oftentimes by creating "sticky" political memes and utilizing the internet and social media.

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Julia Kim Smith, Why, 2012, video, 1:08 minutes

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Sobecka, Karolina

Artist

gravitytrap.com

Karolina Sobecak works with animation, design, interactivity, and computer games. Her work often engages public space and explores the way we interact with the world we create. Karolina founded "Flightphase," an art and design studio based in Brooklyn in 2009, where she is the creative director and was joined by James Georges as the technical director.

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Stermitz, Evelin

Artist and Curator

evelinstermitz.net

Evelin Stermitz, M.A., M.Phil., studied Media and New Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and holds the degree in Philosophy from Media Studies. Her works in the field of media and new media art focus on post-structuralist feminist art practices. In 2008 she founded ArtFem.TV - Art and Feminism ITV (http://www.artfem.tv).

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Evelin Stermitz, Women in War, 2010, video, 3:05 minutes

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Stone, Sandy

Artist

sandystone.com

My work explicates and ramifies the Clinton-Hazel-Davis Postulate (G. Clinton, E. Hazel, and R. Davis, 1970): "Free your mind and your ass will follow."

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Sandy Stone, Still: Public Genitals Project, 1998-1999, Video documentation, 6:15 minutes

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Swartz, Anne

Art Historian and Author

scad.academia.edu/AnneSwartz

I have been teaching via eLearning for my college since 2004, after a decade of on-campus teaching. I lecture and write on various topics in contemporary art, including intermedia art, theory and criticism, and women artists. I am currently writing a book on new media/new genre art.

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Thiel, Tamiko

Artist

tamikothiel.com

Tamiko Thiel is a visual artist exploring the interplay of place, space, the body and cultural identity. Her work spans a variety of media including augmented reality (AR), digital prints, videos, and interactive 3D virtual worlds.

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Torimitsu, Momoyo

Artist

momoyotorimitsu.com

Primarily a sculptor and installation artist, Momoyo Torimitsu has consistently addressed timely social issues executed as three-dimensional forms and in video. Coming of age during the decline of the Japanese bubble economy, she shares a keen critical sensibility of Japanese society. Her work explores many topical issues in particular those associated with corporate culture.

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Trenda, Tiffany

Artist

tiffanytrenda.com

Tiffany Trenda is a Malibu based artist who combines live performances with video installations. In her performance art she encompasses the digital environment by replacing her identity and physicality with imaging technologies, such as LCDs, smart phones, and video projections. Trenda becomes a digitized version of the human body with her actions simulating those of a computer.

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Trouillet, Céline

Artist

creative.arte.tv/fr/users/celine-trouillet

Born in 1975 and a graduate of the Ecole supérieure des arts décoratifs in Strasbourg, video artist Céline Trouillet regularly presents her films in international exhibitions and festivals. She has received a number of grants from the French arts council and her work is included in collections in France and Switzerland.  Her videos could be described as ''singing portraits''. In the ''SONG'' series a continuous close-up of singing  heads facing the camera and performing in real time is accompanied by a musical soundtrack.  Growing up in the 1980s, Céline was part of the first generation to be constantly exposed to music video clips in a period that also saw the advent of Karaoke in Europe, which encouraged the notion that anybody could become a pop star, an idea that also led to public interest in amateur TV talent contests.  Each portrait contains multiple layers of signification that are open to interpretation. The films are formally similar, yet each portrait is unique and the creative possibilities are only limited by the number of songs in existence and the number of individuals willing to sing them.

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Céline Trouillet, SONG No 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 2012-13, video, 4:00 minutes

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Utterback, Camille

Artist

camilleutterback.com

Camille Utterback's interactive installations and reactive sculptures engage participants in kinesthetic discovery and play. Utterback's work explores the aesthetic and experiential possibilities of linking computational systems to human movement and gesture in layered and often humorous ways. Her work focuses attention on the continued relevance and richness of the body.

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Camille Utterback, Fluid Studies, video painting

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Vara, Celia

Artist

vimeo.com/violetaesperanza

Celia Vara is a PhD Student in Communication Studies at Concordia University, Montreal (QC), Canada. She is a member of Feminist Media Studio and Hexagram (Centre Interuniversitaire des arts médiatiques). Her master thesis ("Feminist Video Art in the 70's in Spain") won in 2013 the 1st Prize-Award in Gender and Research by Jaume I University in Spain. Her research interests are feminist media and culture. Her research project centers on the transnational dimensions of feminist video, collectives and activism across the Spanish-speaking world, focused specifically on the ties between Spain and Latin America.

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Celia Vara, Violeta Experanza, 2013, video

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Vesna, Victoria

Artist and Author

victoriavesna.com

Victoria Vesna is a media artist and author exploring the overlap between technology and identity formation. Her installations and publications bridge the gap between scientific and artistic languages.

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Watson, L.A.

Artist

lawatsonart.com

I am an interdisciplinary artist who utilizes technology as a tactic for activism. QR (quick response) codes are information dense codes that facilitate consumerism, but they also have the ability to make processes of production and consumption more transparent. In this work, viewers are encouraged to scan the QR codes contained throughout the installation to explore both the physical space of the gallery and the virtual space of the codes.

Patent Pending: Labor/Force is an ongoing investigation of the female body (both human and non-human animal) as an object and target of power. How are biological processes specific to female animals utilized as an invisible labor that is both productive and profitable? Viewers are encouraged to investigate this question by scanning both the overall 8' x 8' QR code that makes up the installation, as well as the smaller QR codes contained through out it with an IPAD that accompanies the installation. 

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L.A. Watson, Patent Pending: Labor / Force, 2016, 4" x 4" digital collages and QR codes on Hahnemuhle paper, black wall paint, nails.

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White, Lili

Artist

liliwhite.com

I edit my experimental films, bringing it into my own KEN. Making high use of FCP's digital effects, my DIY method blends storytelling and film genres, to develop a form, issuing from "everyman's" computer tools that can "paints" moving images.  I  edit without a script or a story board; forming seemingly divergent factors to fall into relationship with one another. As a mosaic of shifting perspectives, the films suggests psychological dimensions. Their elements act as facets of the America's collective psyche of class, politics, and history, that supply a lens through which social and cultural dynamics reveal the mind's "thoughts", displaying the impact of an "experience" issued from a life event, often employing the surroundings it took place inside of.

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Lili White, Fools Gold California Roadtrip in an Election Year, 2014, video, 76 minutes

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Whitmore, Dawn

Artist

dawnwhitmore.com

I am interested in gender, identity (both self and other), culture and technology. I often use elements of appropriated material from various online communities to incorporate 'real time' imagery into my work. For particular projects I use online social media websites and anonymous survey platforms to directly engage with an audience and then produce a body of work based on the response.

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Dawn Whitmore, Grace, 2014, photographic stop motion animation, 1:55 minutes

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Withers, Margaret

Artist

transliterationproject.com

The Transliteration Project utilizes Google Translate, Google Earth and Google NGRAM as a bases for reworking the mottos and seals of the fifty United States and DC. Each motto is sequentially translated through the five most prevalent spoken languages in a given state and each seal is created from a landscape satellite image near where Google Earth dropped the pin for that state. Google NGRAM viewer is used to gauge the usage and relative cultural popularity of the state's motto over time.

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Margaret Withers, United States Transliteration Project: Virginia, 2014, Digital art

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Wortzel, Adrianne

Artist and Author

adriannewortzel.com

Adrianne Wortzel's work explores historical and cultural perspectives through new technologies. To this end she creates fictive webworks, and interactive robotic and telerobotic theatrical scenarios in both physical and virtual networked environments.

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Adriane Wortzel, Kiru (from Camoflage Town), robot

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Wosk, Julie

Art Historian and Author

juliewosk.com

Dr. Julie Wosk, Professor of Art History, SUNY, Maritime College, NYC, researches art and technology, gender and technology, and androids and robots in art and photography. She received a 2008 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Scholarship and Creative Activities and a 2002 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Wynne, Alice

Artist, Curator, and Poet

blogs.evergreen.edu/mutantradio

Face Value TV is a video extension of the zine Face Value: Understanding and Combating Faceism (2012), and is made for young women with facial differences by a young woman with a facial difference. This episode discusses representation both in the media and on the street as well as the necessity to begin and continue dialogue about faceism. Though it is intended for a specific audience, Face Value TV can be watched and digested by those who do not experience faceism.

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Alice Wynne, FACE VALUE TV, 2014, digital video, 7:39 minutes

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Anne Frances Wysocki

Author

pantherfile.uwm.edu/awysocki/wysocki

Anne Frances Wysocki is Associate Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in written, visual, and digital rhetorics. She is lead author of Writing New Media: Theory and applications for expanding the teaching of composition, which won the Computers and Writing Distinguished Book Award, and her compositions have appeared in Computers and Composition, Kairos, CCC, and the Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, as well as in many books; with Dennis Lynch she has published Compose/Design/Advocate: A Rhetoric for Integrating Written, Visual, and Oral Communication and The DK Handbook. She has designed and produced software to help undergraduates learn 3D visualization and to introduce them to geology.

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Z, Pamela

Artist

pamelaz.com

Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who works primarily with voice, live electronic processing, sampling technology, and video. She processes her voice in real time to create complex sonic layers in her solo works that combine experimental extended vocal techniques, operatic bel canto, found objects, text, adn sampled concrete sounds. Her current work uses MAX MSP and Isadora software on a MacBook Pro along with custom MIDI controllers that allow her to manipulate sound and image with physical gestures.

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Zhou, Jing

Artist

jingzhoustudio.net

Inspired by nature and multiple cultures, my artwork explores our common humanity, diverse society, and my inner voyage. As a Chinese woman artist living in the Western world, creating artwork required me to realize my nature, re-study my culture, and adapt new thinking, which resulted in a new perspective on life. My artistic creation is a process of deciphering my life journey. 

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Jing Zhou, Inner Shrine {digital poetry}, 2011, Video/animation, 2:30 minutes

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Zurkow, Marina

Artist

o-matic.com

Marina Zurkow, artist and technologist, crosses multiple disciplines through her art practice. Her projects focus on the relationship of humans to animals, plants, and the weather. Through experiencing her work, it is clear that nature has long been a stage upon which we project ourselves, making ourselves other. Her work can be both humorour and contemplative. She creates animations, participatory environments and public interventions that incorporate film, video, sculpture, and print graphics.

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Zweig, Janet

Artist

janetzweig.com

Janet Zweig works primarily in the public realm. Her recently installed public works include a sentence generating sculpture for the Harris Engineering Center at UCF, Orlando; a moving light sculpture for the Fall City Library, WA; and a site specific light sculpture installed within the lawn of Mellon Park, Pittsburgh, PA. Other public works include a 1200 foot frieze at the Prince Street subway station in New York, and a system-wide interactive project for eleven light rail train stations in Minneapolis, incorporating the work of over a hundred Minnesotans.

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Janet Zweig, Professor Obsessive and His Two Compulsives, interactive sculpture


 
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