Kari Altmann (karialtmann.com) is a Wi-Fi based artist living and working in Baltimore and New York. Her recent shows include Chrystal Gallery, a rendering project at Gentili Apri, Berlin; Multiplex, a video screening curated by VVORK.com in Munich; and Troll, a Tumblr group show at Envoy Enterprises, New York. Her work has been regularly featured by Rhizome.org and by critic Gene McHugh on Post Internet (122909a.com). She is currently involved in the networked research and performance project R-U-In?S (r-u-ins.org).
Born in Hong Kong, Stephanie Bailey has been living and working in Athens, Greece, for the past four years. She is the Arts Editor of Athens Insider, and contributes to Art Papers, Naked Punch, Aesthetica, Yishu and Odyssey, among other publications. Though she mainly writes about the Athenian arts scene, she also covers the surrounding regions, from Turkey to Romania, as well as Hong Kong.
Andrew Berardini is a writer in Los Angeles. He is Los Angeles Editor for Mousse and Senior Editor for ArtSlant.com, and has previously held positions as a curator at Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena and editor at Semiotext(e) Press. He has curated original projects with Bruce Nauman, Dave Muller, Yoshua Okon and Raymond Pettibon. A monograph by Berardini on the work of Richard Jackson is forthcoming from the Rennie Collection.
Artist Charles Broskoski (charlesbroskoski.com) was born in Fort Worth, TX, and is currently based in Brooklyn, NY. His work has been included in exhibitions at the New Museum, New York; Art Since the Summer of ’69, New York; and Seventeen Gallery, London. He is the founder of Supercentral and a member of the Oceans Academy of Arts. He is represented by Gentili Apri, Berlin, where he has an upcoming solo show in March 2011.
Cliff Evans grew up in East Texas and resides in Brooklyn, NY. His work has been shown at the New Museum, Chelsea Art Museum and Location One in New York; The Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston; Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach, California; Laboratorio Arte Alameda in Mexico City, Mexico; and Fondation Beyeler in Basel, Switzerland. Evans is represented by Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York, and Curator’s Office, Washington DC.
Beryl Graham, an arts organizer and educator, is Professor of New Media Art and leader of the MA Curating course at the University of Sunderland. Sarah Cook (sarahcook.info) is a research fellow at the University of Sunderland and has curated exhibitions of new media art internationally. They co-founded and are co-editors of CRUMB (Crumbweb.org), the online resource for curators of new media art founded in 2000. Both lecture and publish widely on the topic of curatorial practice.
Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio’s collaborative work explores the numerous margins between mass and museum cultures. Their work takes the form of comic books, television and painted installations, among other things. Grennan and Sperandio have collaborated on projects for the Museum of Modern Art and P.S.1 in New York and museums in the greater United States, Scotland, Denmark and England. They were previously represented by Colin De Land/American Fine Arts, New York. A catalogue of their works can be found at Kartoonkings.com.
Joel Holmberg was born in Bethesda, MD, and lives in New York. His work explores how behavior, environments and objects can translate into media concepts; many of his projects center around user experience and the ways people can both participate in and reject commercial systems provided to them. He is a co-founder of the Nasty Nets Internet surfing club. His work is currently included in the exhibition Free at the New Museum, New York.
Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung lives and works in New York. His work has been exhibited at the New Museum, New York; Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California; and Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah. He has received awards including Tribeca Film Institute Media Arts Fellowships and the VIPER International Award–Internet in Switzerland. Hung is represented by Postmasters Gallery, New York, and Galerie Guy Bärtschi, Geneva, Switzerland.
Paddy Johnson is the founding editor of the blog Art Fag City and a regular columnist for The L Magazine. Her writing has been featured in New York magazine, Time Out New York and The Daily Beast. She regularly lectures on art at universities around the country. In 2008 she became the first blogger to receive a grant from Creative Capital Foundation.
Caitlin Jones is Executive Director of the Western Front Society in Vancouver, BC. Prior to this appointment she held a combined curatorial and conservation position at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, was the Director of Programming at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York, and worked as an independent curator and writer. She has been a contributor to Rhizome.org and her other writings have appeared in a wide range of exhibition catalogues, periodicals and other international publications.
Kelly Klaasmeyer is an artist, art critic for the Houston Press and the editor of Glasstire.com. She received the Lone Star Award of the Houston Press Club in arts and entertainment criticism for the state of Texas in 2004. In 2009 Klaasmeyer was a USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program Fellow and was awarded a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant in short-form writing.
Tobias Leingruber (tbx) is an artist and communication designer researching the power of client-side browser software in combination with viral media and popular culture. Notable projects include Artzilla.org , an ongoing research on experimental and viral browser software, media hacks like “Pirates of the Amazon,” China Channel and his collaborations with the F.A.T. Lab. Leingruber has presented his work at ROFLcon NYC, Google Creative Lab, Mozilla HQ, Ars Electronica and Transmediale.
Guthrie Lonergan is an Internet artist born and based in Los Angeles. His exhibitions include Younger Than Jesus at the New Museum, New York, and the first Internet Pavilion at the 2009 Venice Biennale. His work has been written about in Artforum and the Wall Street Journal. He is also a co-founder of Nasty Nets Internet surfing club.
Kristin Lucas’ work addresses the complexity of our relationship to the digital realm, such as its effect on human psychology and regimes of thinking. Reversing a popular concept of infusing humanity into machines, Lucas maps technological concepts into her life, making evident their presuppositions and flaws, and raising questions about the gap between virtual and lived realities. Her artwork is represented by Postmasters Gallery and Electronic Arts Intermix in New York.
Tom Moody (tommoody.us) is a visual artist based in New York City. His low-tech art made with simple imaging programs, photocopiers and consumer printers has been exhibited at artMovingProjects in New York and galleries and museums in the US, UK and Europe. His blog, commenced in February 2001, was recommended in the Art in America article “Art in the Blogosphere.” He has been a member of the Nasty Nets Internet surfing club since 2006 and posts artwork to http://dump.fm.
Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a New York-based writer and the managing editor of Artforum.com.
Raphael Rubinstein is a New York-based poet and art critic. Since 2008 he has been Professor of Critical Studies at the University of Houston School of Art and is also on the faculty of the Art Criticism and Writing MFA Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. His blog The Silo won a 2011 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant.
Lucía Sanromán is an independent curator. She held the position of associate curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego from 2006 to 2011, where she curated numerous exhibitions, including special projects with James Drake, Brian Ulrich, Hector Zamora, Peter Simensky, Joshua Mosley, Nina Katchadourian, Ruben Ochoa and Jennifer Steinkamp, among others. Her recent research projects include the exhibitions Here Not There: San Diego Art Now (2010), MIX: Nine San Diego Architects and Designers (2009) and, co-curated with Pedro Alonzo, Viva La Revolución: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape (2010). She is currently working on a special project for Encuentro Internacional Medellín.
Jenny Schlief is an artist living in Houston with her family of two children. She is a board member of Box 13 Artspace and also the co-owner, with her husband Gene Morgan, of the design business Supreme Value. In 2010 she founded the gallery RED WHITE YELLOW, which presents art in a variety of media with a special focus on video and digital art.
The work of Los Angeles artist Susan Silton is supported through diverse media, including photographic-based processes, video, installation, performative-based works, offset lithography and Internet-based technologies, and has been exhibited at Feigen Contemporary, New York; SolwayJones, Los Angeles; Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles; SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico; SFMOMA, San Francisco; and Allianz Zweigniederlassung, Berlin, Germany, among others. Silton’s latest multilayered project about whistling, the CROWING HENS, recently launched at LAXART in Los Angeles.
Paul Slocum (qotile.net) is an artist, programmer, musician and independent curator living in Brooklyn, NY. He has exhibited artwork and performed in museums and galleries internationally. Slocum operated And/Or Gallery in Dallas, TX, from 2006 through 2009 which focused on new media art, and he recently started an iPhone music software company called SOFTOFT TECHECH.