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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 1954


Fort Wright College of the Holy Names, Spokane, Washington, B.F.A. 1976
Indiana University, Bloomington, Graduate Painting Department 1977
New York University Graduate School, Museum Studies/Liberal Studies Program 1992-4



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Rough Guide to the art of the net. Reactivated Summer 1997.

A notebook, journal, studio, mental map. Started Summer 1997.

Database of old journals. Input started Summer 1997.

PORT: Navigating Digital Culture
MIT List Visual Arts Center
January 25 - March 29, 1997
Co-organized with Remo Campopiano

Art Dirt
Co-host of a weekly RealAudio Webcast on art on the Pseudo Online Network.
Archived at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minn.

Foundation for Digital Culture
Founding Member 1996
Collective of artists, curators, writers and dealers dedicated to promoting digital culture.

"Moo Bird"
A collaboration with Aymon de Rossy de Sales begun 1996

Co-founder, 1993 - 94
A Graphical Bulletin Board System for artists. To be reconstituted on the Web.

Co-founder, 1994 to present
A network of artists and projects investigating new media in art practice.


"Thoreau, Walking: Art and Legal Ambiguity on the Internet"
Published in various journals, 1998.

"Letter From Salzburg"
Intelligent Agent Magazine 2.3, Summer 1998.
Report on the ARCH Virtual Museums on the Internet symposium, Salzburg, Austria, May 1998.

"A Burglar in the Treasure House: The Virtual Thesaurus"
Intelligent Agent Magazine 2.3, Summer 1998.

"The El Niño Effect"
Intelligent Agent Magazine 2.2, Winter 1997-8.

"Illuminating Blake"
Intelligent Agent Magazine 2.2, Winter 1997-8.

"Coping with Technofatigue"
Intelligent Agent Magazine 2.1, Fall 1997

"Intellectual Properties"
Monthly column for "Intelligent Agent" Newsletter about art and property on the Internet.

"artnetweb & INTELLIGENT AGENT Newsletter"
Monthly email newsletter

"Yeats, Joyce, Irwin"
Essay for "Universe as Metaphor" class at NYU (Fall '94)

"Natura Naturata, Natura Naturans"
Essay for "Culturing Nature" class at NYU (Spring '94)

"Intellectual Property Rights, Digital Images and the National Information Infrastructure"
Paper for "Museum Documentation" class at NYU (Spring '94)


"I-90 (i forget)"
A biographical network begun 1996

"D R I F T"
A work in progress begun 1995

From The Blood Of Poets
Collaboration with photographer Kevin Clarke expanding on his work with imaging and DNA and correlations with the Internet. Begun 1995.

"Paintings and a Statue">
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York 1992

"Silence Exile Cunning (A Technique)"
Meyers/Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica, Ca. 1992

"Journey Trace Locus"
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York 1991

Simon Watson, New York 1991

Meyers/Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica, Ca. 1990

Simon Watson, New York 1989


"Verbal3: Call & Response"
Organized by Thundergulch and Yael Kanarek
The Kitchen
New York, NY
A network performance cabaret with: G.H. Hovagimyan, Yael Kanarek, Tina LaPorta, Diane Ludin & Ricardo Dominguez, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, MTAA, Mark Napier and Cary Peppermint.
September 26, 2000

"4th International Workshop on Cities, Design & the Internet"
Organized by The Center for Design Visualization, UC Berkeley, UNESCO World Heritage Centre and ADUC
Chinon, France
July 21 - 31, 2000

"Art Entertainment Network"
Curated by Steve Dietz for
"Lets Entertain: Life's Guilty Pleasures"
Walker Art Center
Minneapolis, Minnesota
February 12 - April 30, 2000

OsirisRhizome Splash Page
Curated by Rachel Greene and Alex Galloway
With Fork and Olia Lialina
October, 1998

"Beyond Interface"
Organized by Steve Dietz
Museums and the Web Conference
Toronto, Canada
April 22 - 25, 1998

The X-Art Foundation
Website and vehicle 1997

"Off The Web"
artnetweb storefront, New York 1995

"Paper Trails: The Eidetic Image"
Krannert Museum, University of Illinois 1993

Champion Paper, Stamford Conn. 1992

"(Basically) Black and White"
Riverside Art Museum, Riverside Ca. 1992

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco 1992

"Summer Group Show"
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York 1991

"Group Show"
Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago 1991

Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston 1989

"Group Show"
Meyers/Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica 1989

"A Good Read"
Barbara Toll Gallery, New York 1989

Simon Watson, New York 1989

Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago 1989

Founding Member 1989
Group formed to fight homophobia and promote AIDS awareness in the art world.
No longer in operation.

"Set The Woods On Fire!"
Simon Watson, New York 1989
A collaboration with Hunter Reynolds and Catherine Saalfield with an essay by David Deitcher for "A Day Without Art".

"We're Fighting For Your Lives, Too!"
White Columns, New York 1988
Installation of material created and used by ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power).

"Group Show"
Jeffrey Neale Gallery, New York 1987

"Selections 39"
The Drawing Center, New York 1987


"A Free Information Ecology in the Digital Environment"
The Information Law Institute at NYU School of Law
New York, NY
Panel on Net Art/Free Art with Andy Deck and Vince Thomas
March 31 - April 2, 2000.

"Access for All: Integrating Cultural Heritage, Media and Technology"
Museum Computer Network Annual Conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Panel on archives and conservation of new media.
October 30, 1999.

"Cartographies: Toward a Definition of New Media Art"
ISEA General Assembly on New Media Art
Montreal, Canada
Panel on archives and conservation of new media.
Ex-Centris Complex, October 12-14, 1999.

"The Shock of the View:
Artists, Audiences and Museums in the Digital Age"
Respondent in a series of online exhibitions
and discussions organized by the Walker Art Center
and cosponsored by: Wexner Center for the Arts,
Ohio State University; San Jose Museum of Art;
Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College;
and Rhizome.
September 21, 1998 - March 16, 1999

"Virtual Museums on the Internet"
ARCH Foundation
Salzburg, Austria
in collaboration with:
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, US
ZKM, Center for Art and Media Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
Illuminations, London, UK
University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria
Techno-Z, Salzburg, Austria
May 8-10, 1998

"State of the (Web) Art"
World Wide Web Artists Consortium (WWWAC) Meeting
Panel with Benjamin Weil and Vivian Selbo of ada'web,
Mark Tribe and Rachel Greene of Rhizome
and Clay Shirky of AniFest Destiny.
New York, Puck Building
January 8, 1998

"PORT Roundtable"
MIT List Visual Arts Center
Cambridge, Mass.
March 29, 1997

"Navigating the World Wide Web"
Workshop for the Visual Resources Association Annual Conference
San Antonio, Texas
January 28, 1995

"Museums and the Internet"
Workshop for the Museums Council of New York City
March 27, 1995

"Redefining Communities: Connecting Museum Professionals"
Panel for the American Association of Museums Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 22, 1995

"Virtually There"
Symposium at Appalachian State University
Boone, North Carolina
July 22, 1995

"Cyber Access for the Arts"
A series of talks moderated by Janine Cirincione & Timothy Druckrey
Cyber-SoHo at the SoHo Arts Festival
October 8, 1995


Jana, Reena, "Die, Capitalist Desktop Pig," Wired News, 13 October 2000 (,1284,39316,00.html)

Jana, Reena, "Net Art with a Groove," Wired News, 27 September 2000 (,1284,39063,00.html)

Mirapaul, Matthew, "The Latest in Digital Art: Stunts and Pranks," New York Times, 6 January 2000, Cybertimes Section (

Mirapaul, Matthew. "An Attack on the Commercialization of Web Art," New York Times, 8 July 1999, Cybertimes Section (

Mirapaul, Matthew. "Linux Takes Prize - In an Art Competition," New york Times, 1 June 1999, Cybertimes Section (

Mirapaul, Matthew. "New Chief of NEA Vows to Support Individual Artists," New York Times, 17 September, 1998, Cybertimes Section (

Mirapaul, Matthew. "Guggenheim to Add Digital Art to Its Collection," New York Times, 25 June, 1998, Cybertimes Section (

Burgoyne, Patrick; Liz Faber; Lewis Blackwell (ed.). The Internet Design Project: The Best of Graphic Art on the Web. New York, Universe Publishing, 1998. 54, 67.

Mirapaul, Matthew. "Exhibition Seeks to be a 'Snapshot' of Internet Art," New York Times, 9 April, 1998, Cybertimes Section (

Dietz, Steve. "Curating (on) the Web," presented at "Museums and the Web 98" Conference, Toronto, 1998. (

Murphy, Robbin. "@PORT," (Spanish translation) in: Claudio Giannetti (ed.), Ars Telematica: Telecommunicación, Internet y Ciberespacio. Barcelona, L'Angelot, 1998.

Bunn, Austin. "The End of the Beginning?," Village Voice, 17 March 1998, p. 33.

Mirapaul, Matthew. "Leading Art Site Suspended," New York Times, 3 March 1998, Cybertimes Section.

Druckrey, Timothy. "Work and Display," Artforum, January, 1998, p. 18.

Watson, Tom. "Online Art Struggles For Its Own Identity," @NY, 25 September 1997 (

Druckrey, Timothy. "Pandemonium and Absurdity," Telepolis, 17 August, 1997,

Duehr, Gary. "Pulling Into 'Port'," Cambridge Chronicle, 23 - 29 January 1997, p. 1L.

Kushner, David. "Listen Up, Talk Radio, This Is the Internet Speaking," New York Times, 13 April 1997, p. 39.

Mirapaul, Matthew. "All Ashore," New York Times, 13 March 1997, Cybertimes Section.

Crighton, Gary. "New Media Notes," Art Bulletin: Journal of the Representative Body for Professional Artists in Ireland, April/May 1997, p. 26.

Mannes, George. "Art for Net's Sake," New York Daily News, 12 January 1997, p. 40.

Dietz, Steve. "Perfect Site," Museum News, January/February 1997, p. 39.

New York Native. "Origin as Icon," October 14, 1991.

Los Angeles Times. "Nature Subverted," Friday, April 13, 1990, F18

Mahoney, Robert. "New York Review," Arts Magazine, March, 1990

Nalley, John. "Burn Baby Burn," Out Week Magazine, December 24, 1989, p. 59.

Levin, Kim. "Erotophobia," Village Voice, July 18, 1989, p. 52.

New York Native. "Erotophobia," July 17, 1989.

Nesbitt, Lois. "A Good Read: The Book as Metaphor," Artforum, October, 1989, p. 174.


"Information Systems for the Visual Arts"
New York University, School of Education, Department of Art
and Art Professions, M.A. Program, Visual Arts Administration,
Fall 1998/99/00.

Updated: 10/13/00