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Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art

International Advisory Board

The Goldsen Archive profits from the occasional advice and direction of an International Advisory Board of distinguished artists and curators:

  • Annette Barbier, new media artist; Chair of the Department of Interactive Arts and Media, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Philippe Codognet, specialist in art and new technologies and artificial intelligence; Professor of Computer Science, University of Paris 6, France, and Guest Professor, Research Institute for Digital Media and Content, University of Keio, Tokyo, Japan; liaison with new media centers in Japan and Korea.
  • Alain Depocas, Director of the Center for Research and Documentation, The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Director, DOCAM.
  • Anne-Marie Duguet, Professor of Aesthetics, Art, and Digital Media and Director of the Laboratory of Arts and Medias (LAM), University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne), Paris, France, with expertise in CD-ROM archiving as Director of Anarchive: Digital Archives on Contemporary Art
  • Luci Eyers, new media artist and Initiator of Low-fi.org artist collective focusing on net art, online mediation and distribution, commissioning and curation of net art projects, London, England.
  • Maria Fernandez, historian and theorist of digital art, Department of History of Art, Cornell University, with emphases on feminism, postcolonial, and Latin American networks.
  • Renate Ferro, new media artist and Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Cornell University; liaison with New York region media centers. Web site: www.renateferro.net
  • Norie Neumark, sound and new media artist and Associate Professor of New Media Arts and Production, University of Technology, Sydney, with expertise in sound, installation, and long distance pedagogy; liaison with new media centers and archives in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Regina Celia Pinto, web artist and new media researcher in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, creator and publisher of the archival project, The Museum of the Essential and Beyond That; liaison with Latin American new media centers and initiatives.
  • Helen Thorington, Boston, Massachusetts, Originator and co-producer of Turbulence.org, commissioning and exhibiting net art; originator and co-producer of Somewhere.org, an archive including New American Radio, which she founded; originator and director of Online Arts Performance Project, a network of "broadcast-enabled" art websites.
  • Peter Weibel, video and new media artist, and Director of ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie), Karlsruhe, Germany.
  • Shin-Yi Yang, curator, art historian, and Foreign Specialist, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China; liaison with Chinese and Asian new media initiatives.