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Christiane Paul

Christiane Paul is the Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Director of Intelligent Agent (http://www.intelligentagent.com), a service organization and information resource dedicated to digital art. She has written extensively on new media, net art, information architecture, hypermedia, and hyperfiction, and her articles have been published in magazines such as Sculpture, Leonardo, and Intelligent Agent. Her book "Digital Art" (part of the World of Art Series by Thames & Hudson, UK) was published in July 2003. he is currently editing an anthology on Curating New Media. She teaches in the MFA computer arts department at the School of Visual Arts in New York and has lectured internationally on art and technology.

At the Whitney Museum, she curated the show "Data Dynamics" (2001), which dealt with the mapping of data and information flow on the Internet and in the museum space; the net art selection for the 2002 Whitney Biennial; as well as the online exhibition "CODeDOC" (2002) for artport, the Whitney Museum's online portal to Internet art for which she is responsible. Other curatorial work includes "Evident Traces" (Ciberarts Festival Bilbao, 2004); "eVolution -- the art of living systems" (Art Interactive, Boston, 2004); "CODeDOC II" (Ars Electronica, 2003); the New York Digital Salon's 10th anniversary exhibition (NYC, 2003); "Mapping Transitions" at the University of Boulder, Colorado (2002); "Re-Media" (Fotofest, Houston, Texas, 2002); and a net art selection for "Evo1" (Gallery L, Moscow, October 2001)