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2004 ArtBots Curators

Douglas Irving Repetto

Douglas Irving Repetto is an artist and teacher. His work, including installations, performances, recordings, and software, has been presented internationally. He runs a number of arts/community-oriented groups in New York City and on the web, including dorkbot: people doing strange things with electricity, ArtBots: The Robot Talent Show, organism: making art with living systems, and the music-dsp mailing list and website. When not teaching or making art, Douglas spends much of his time cooking, coveting buildings, and socializing with members of the plant kingdom. He is Director of Research at the Columbia University Computer Music Center and lives in New York City with his wife, writer Amy Charlotte Benson; two cute/bad cats, Pokey and Sneezy; and many plants.

Mark Tribe

Mark Tribe is an artist, curator and educator whose interests lie at the intersection of emerging technologies and contemporary art. He is Director of Art and Technology at the Columbia University School of the Arts. In 1996, he founded, an online platform for the international new media art community, and served as Rhizome's Executive Director until mid-2003. He remains on the board of directors and also serves on the board of ISEA, the Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts, and is a trustee of the New Museum of Contemporary Art. His most recent art project, Revelation 2.0 (, was commissioned by Computer Fine Arts. Recent curatorial projects include Agenda for a Landscape, a new media installation by Leah Gilliam at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City, and the computer art section of Game Show, an exhibition of artist's games at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts. In 2002, Mark was Visiting Assistant Professor and Artist in Residence at Williams College. Mark speaks widely on art and technology and frequently participates in grant selection panels and award juries. Prior to founding, Mark lived in Berlin, where he made art and designed web sites at Pixelpark GmbH. He received a MFA in Visual Art from the University of California, San Diego in 1994 and a BA in Visual Art from Brown University in 1990.

Mary Flanagan

Mary Flanagan focuses on networked and computer based installation, popular culture, and computer gaming. Her work has been shown internationally at venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art 2002 Biennial, New York; SIGGRAPH, San Diego; Ars Electronica, Linz; Moving Image Centre, Auckland; Central Fine Arts Gallery, New York; University of Arizona, Tempe; and University of Colorado, Boulder. Her essays on digital art, cyberculture, and gaming have appeared in Art Journal, Wide Angle, Convergence, and Culture Machine, as well as in several books. She is also the creator of "The Adventures of Josie True," the first web-based adventure game for girls, and is collaborating on a new project to teach middle school girls computer programming. Her projects have been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Pacific Cultural Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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