REAL WORLD RESUME
PERFORMANCE PRODUCTION, INTERNET BROADCASTING & WORLD WIDE WEB WORKS
"PangaeaPangaea," an episodic sreaming web work, commissioned by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
"Sayanora Diorama," electronic multimedia performance w/robots and live actors, video and internet. Lehman College Art Gallery and the Lovinger Theater.
"Art Dirt", Co-host and producer of content for this Real Audio/Video Internet weekly internet broadcast from Pseudo Programs,NY 11/97 Ecafe Internet Performance streamed from Gertrude Stein Repertory Theater to InterAccess, Toronto
"Polar Circuit Broadcasts," produced three internet broadcasts from Tornio, Finland, streamed via Pseudo Programs, Inc., featuring work of Polar Circuit Residency artists, video, audio and cuseeme.
"Starboard," 10 live, streamed online performance productions projected to MIT List Visual Arts Center for the "Port" Exhibition.1/25-3/9.
"Permutations," anagram literary work performed live at Sandra Gering Gallery, NY
"EYE AYE, Unnatural Selection," Live Video Streaming Performance with objects at Parkbench, NYU Center for Advanced Technology.
"The Electronic Chronicles," a fictive web work at http://artnetweb.com/projects/ahneed/first.html
"Theoricon,' an online amphitheater for the virtual exhibition: Hello World Project-Museum fuer Gestaltung Zuerich, http://artnetweb.com/theoricon/
9/95 "The Electronic Chronicles," featured at The Berlin Videofest
"Camouflage Town," a telerobotic installation at the Whitney Museum of American Art, web site and robot controls at http://www.camouflagetown.tv.
"Tableaux Vivant Dan Une Monde Parfait," robotic installation - AREALE99, June 25-July 4. Baitz, Germany.
"NoMad is An Island," a Robotic Interactive Installation with Projections.1997 Ars Electronica Festival: FleshFactor, Linz, Austria.
"The Hidden Archivists at the Anchorage," robotic interactive installation1997 with projections, CreativeTime-Art At The Anchorage, 6/4-8.3.
"The Ship's Detective, A Curiosity Machine." Robotic Interactive Installation with Projections. Technoseduction, Cooper Union with the College Art Association,
"Shall We Dance', a performative cuseeme event with 6+ venues at ISEA1996 Annual Conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, August 5-12
PSC Cuny Grants for Development of Fictive Web Project "Pangaea Pangaea"; a project for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
National Science Foundation Award - Robotic Renaissance Project, creating robotics for theater, $50,000 equally matched by Cooper Union, total $100,000
Electronic Media and Film Program of the New York State Council on the Arts grant to Lehman College Art Gallery for Artist's Residency to produce "Sayonara Diorama"
Project Polar Circuit, Artists Residency, Tornio School of Media, Lapland
97 and 98
4/90 Change, Inc., Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
1-3/88 The Printmaking Workshop, New York - Guest Artist Fellowship
1981 New York State Council on the Arts Fellowship in Graphics
Essay entitled "Context as Chameleon" to be included in book: "ConText Providers: Context and Meaningin Digital Art", MIT Press.
"The Talking Cure in Hypermedia Performance Production," Performance Research Journal.
"Adrianne Wortzel:Artist's Statement," Leonardo, Journal of Arts and Sciences.
"A Facsimile Moo Play Capture Based on The Nun's Priest Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer," New Observations Magazine.
"Globe Theater Archives. A Blue Planet Discourse," Intelligent Agent
"Proceedings From the First Annual Conference on Medieval Cartography and the Ideological Mapping of Cyberspace," Atlas Mapping, Offenses Kulturhaus, Linz, Austria.
"Venues of Process: The Road Unraveled, The Changing Form of Exhibition," by musEleanor, C.M.S.A., Intelligent Agent, ," Vol. 1 No. 11 [musEleanor is a fictive character in The Electronic Chronicles, pseudonym. C.M.S.A.=Certified Muse in the Service of Art.
"Blast5Drama: Art-Is It Stranger Than Diction?" by musEleanor, CMSA, Intelligent Agent, Vol.1, No. 9
"Cyborgesian Tenets and Indeterminate Endings, The Decline and Disappearance of Destiny for Authors," Leonardo, Journal of Arts and Sciences, Fall 1996
"Imagining Imagination'-Righting Novel for the World Wide Web, thesis
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, special exhibition websites:
Africa, The Art of A Continent
Abstraction in the 20th Century
Claes Oldenburg: An Anthology
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Mutant Materials in Contemporary Design
MAKING WAVES, the third National Student Festival for Film, Video and New Media Hunter College, City University of New York
Digital Arts and Culture: Digital Art Committee
SIGGRAPH2000, New Orleans, first SIGGRAPH Art & Culture Papers Symposium
Franklin Furnace: The Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art, and Franklin Furnace at Pseudo Programs, Inc.
The first NYU Press Prize for Hyperfiction, with Stuart Moulthrop, http://www.nyupress.nyu.edu/hypertext/
New York City Technical College, CUNY, Associate Professor of Communication Design. Departmental duties include teaching Web Design, Digital video and Multimedia. Curriculum development for new media. Development of distance learning courses in web design.
Adjunct Professor, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, wrote and conduct interdisciplinary course between Art, Engineering and Architecture schools: "Equally Avatar: Man, Machines and Virtual Beings".
New York City Technical College, member, Committee for Technological Advancement in Instructional Technology
Visiting Professor, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Mechanical Engineering - Robotics and Theater
Project Director for NYCTC Distance Learning Initiative. Training Faculty and implementation of distance learning courses.
Member, NYCTC New Media Task Force.
Member, CUNY Online Faculty Advisory Council, Distance Learning
The School of Visual Arts, MFA Photo Department, New York, The Networked Aesthetic - Art and Telecommunication Projects - Graduate Theory and Projects Course
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Adjunct Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Inventing the Inventor, Cities, Robotic Visions and Theater - interdisciplinary courses. Students from the Schools of Engineering, Architecture and Art.
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Adjunct Professor of Art, Advanced Computer Techniques
New York University, Tisch School of Arts, Graduate Film and TV: Writing Pluralistic Narrative for New Media with Noah Wardrip-Fruin
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Teaching Assistantship, Inventiveness In Writing with Walter Abish- via Lila Acheson Wallace Foundation Grant
New York City Technical College, CUNY, Adjunct Professor of Art History, Department of Humanities
MFA in Computer Arts. School of Visual Arts, NY. Recipient: Paula Rhodes Award for Excellence
B.A. in Fine Arts Brooklyn College, CUNY, Brooklyn, NY.
Data Dynamics at SONY Wonder Technology Lab, Thundergulch@SONYLAB. Panel of artists.
"Dialectics of Interactivity: Art and the Public" - Symposium at Drexel University, organized by Margot Lovejoy
SIGRRAPH 2000 National Conference, Fiction 2000 - Art + Culture Papers, 2000 Juror and Panelist
"The Viractual", panel moderated by Joseph Nechvatal at Universal Concepts Unlimited (UCU) Gallery, with Thyrza Goodeve and D.J. Spooky.
College Art Association Annual Conference, February 2000, Session Speaker: "Social Simulation in the Digital Domain" Co-chairs: Barbara London, Museum of Modern Art, and Kathy Rae Huffman, Director of IEAR Program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
"The Monstrous Races in Sayonara Diorama, The Ideological Mapping of the World as Theater," paper presentation at the Medieval World Map Conference at the Hereford Cathedral, U.K.
Cyberart99, Cooper Union, NY, Panel: Pressing Issues from Field & Industry.
"Sayonara Diorama," 5th Performance Studies Conference99, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, U.K.
"Re-forming Narrative: performance, collaboration, play," International Society of Electronic Artists, Chicago.
"Medieval Cartography and the Ideological Mapping of Cyberspace," International Society of Electronic Artists, Rotterdam
NYC/ACM SIGGRAPH: Surfing the Next Wave: Internet and Multimedia
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS, Paintings and Prints
1993 American Embassy in Cairo, Egypt
1992 New York City Technical College, CUNY ,NY
1991 Boston Society of Architects, Boston, Mass.
1991 Andrea Marquit Fine Arts, Boston, Mass.
1989 Stamford Museum & Nature Center, Stamford,CN
1986 Hudson Gallery, New York
1984 John Christian Gallery, New York
1982 Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund, Sweden
1981 Greenwich Library, Greenwich, Conn.
1981 Scottsdale Center for the Arts, AZ
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS, Paintings and Prints
1997 Orlando Museum of Art, Florida, Art & Technology '97
1997 Sandra Gering Gallery NY, Blast5Drama
1994 Sandra Gering Gallery NY, Blast4, Bioinformatica
1992 Islip Museum, Islip, New York
1991 Bergen Museum of Art & Science, NJ
1988 Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,OH
1987 Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
1986 Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans
1986 Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo NY
1986 Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, NY
1985 New York State Museum, Albany, NY
1985 Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
1982 Lockhaven Art Center, Orlando, FL
1982 Anders Tornberg Gallery, Stockholm,Sweden
1981 Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY
1981 Burchfield Center, Buffalo, NY
1981 Rochester Institute of Technology, NY
1980 Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
American Research Center in Cairo, Egypt
City of Lund, Sweden
New York State Collection, Albany, NY
Red Grooms, New York, NY
The New York Times, Digital Art: Do You View It at Home or inPublic?, Matthew Mirapaul. Review of Data Dynamics at the Whitney Museum of American Art
The New York Times, Bit by Bit, the Digital Age Comes Into Artistic Focus, by Jeffrey Kastner
Cybertimes, arts@large, Matthew Mirapaul, Artists Find Scientific Support for High-Tech Projects
Cybertimes, arts@large, Matthew Mirapaul, Performance Posits Cyberspace as Darwinian Species
The Village Voice, Machine Arge, Austin Bunn, "Theatrial Evoluton", p. 37
Siksi, The Nordic Art Review, XII No. 3, pp. 22-23 Memories for Future Historians" interview by Tapio Makela
Intelligent Agent, vol. 1, #5, September 1996, Burning Down the House, The Challenges of Building Interactive Narratives.
#5 Artist Magazine- China, The Electronic Chronicles, p. 211
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan, Master Printers and Master Pieces-Catalog
ARTnews, Digital Salon Review,p.98, Mark Dery
Christian Science Monitor, p.12,Christopher Reardon
Cyberstage, pp. 14-1, musEleanor Speaks, Mark Jones
Time Out, p. 93, Byte Me: Pixel This, Tom Amkljan
New York Press, Surf's Up On Cyber Sea, John Strausbaugh
The New York Times, Helen A. Harrison
ARTS Magazine, Donna Harkavy
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden: Acquisitions Since 1977-Catalog