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Diane Fenster is a digital artist and photoillustrator.
She began using the computer as an artistic tool in 1989. She
is a guest lecturer at many seminars and conferences. Her well
known photoillustration style is an outgrowth of the explorations
she has taken with her personal work.
She exhibited her work in many art galleries, museums and important
art fairs of USA and all around the world.
2001 SECRETS OF THE MAGDALEN LAUNDRIES, California
State University Gallert, Fresno, USA
2001 SECRETS OF THE MAGDALEN LAUNDRIES, SIGGRAPH2001 Fine
Art Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2001 HIDE & SEEK, Gallery Henoch, New York, USA
2000 SECRETS OF THE MAGDALEN LAUNDRIES, Gallery Henoch, New
2000 THE WASTE LAND, Gallery Henoch, New York, USA
1998 HIDE & SEEK at CYBER 98, Centro Cultural de Belém,
1998 STRATUM, SPAS Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology,
1996 APPROPRIATED EMOTIONS: THE HIDE & SEEK series. Gallery
16, San Francisco, USA
1996 RITUAL OF ABANDONMENT, 911 Gallery, Boston, USA
1995 RITUAL OF ABANDONMENT & HIDE & SEEK, The Kansas
City Art Institute, Kansas City, USA
2001 WOMEN IN NEW MEDIA, edited by Judy Malloy.
MIT Press publishers. In press.
2001 DETAIL, Women's Caucus for the Arts Journal
2001 DESIGN GRAPHICS, Issue 69, pgs 28-33. Review of Magdalen
2001 DIGITAL FINE ARTS, Spring 2001, pgs 28-32. Review of
2000 NEW YORK DIGITAL SALON, catalog of exhibit. Published
2000 DIGITALLY PROPELLED IDEAS (DPI) catalog of exhibit. CA
Polytechnic Institute, Pomona, CA
1997 IMAGE, publication of the George Eastman House. Vol 39
Nos 3-4, p.24
1997 INTELLIGENT AGENT, Fall 1997
1997 PROCEEDINGS FOR SIGGRAPH 97/Fine Art Gallery catalog
1997 ARTWEEK, Art & Technology Magazine. Interview
1997 POLAROID TRANSFERS by Kathleen Carr. Amphoto Press
1996 PHOTOMETRO Magazine Volume 14, issue 139, Postulating
a Digital Aesthetic: Diane Fenster. Critical review by Jon
1996 ARTWEEK, Art and Technology issue
1995 PROCEEDINGS FOR SIGGRAPH 95/Fine Art Gallery catalog
1995 STORIES FROM HER, catalog for traveling exhibit.
1995 WIRED Magazine, August
1995 EXPLORING ART AROUND US, West Educational Publishing.
Art history textbook
1994 APERTURE #136, Metamorphosis: Photography in the Electronic
1991 "Confessions of a Computer Artist" Author of
an article appearing in the catalog for Digital Images '91,
Glassboro State College, Glassboro NJ. March
2001 PHOTOSHOP HALL OF FAME inductee
1996 ART IN THE INFORMATION AGE, First Place Award
1995 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 95, Third Place Award
1995 Netscape's Cool Site of the Day for Ritual of Abandonment
Website, April 4th..
1991 Mayor's Choice Award, City of Concord, Concord CA
Michael McNabb is a composer, performer and installation
artist and computer music veteran. He holds a doctorate in Music
Composition from Stanford University, where he studied at the
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics with John
Chowning and Leland Smith. He is also senior Silicon Valley
leading-edge technology consultant, the former manager of Sound
and Music Software at NeXT Computer, and author of the real-time
audio/MIDI performance application Fantasia. Articles and essays
by McNabb appear in the books "The Language of Electroacoustic
Music" (Macmillan Press) and "The Music Machine"
(MIT Press), and in the Computer Music Journal and Leonardo
His current work focuses on media-enhanced electroacoustic
musical performance and interactive installation art. His many
international performances and installations include the Almeida
Festival in London, the ISEA conferences in Groningen, Minneapolis,
and Montreal, the Computer Music Conferences in Venice, Glasgow,
Tokyo, and San Jose, and collaborations with dance companies
(including ODC/San Francisco and Liss Fain Dance) and film and
video artists. He has received awards from the Prix Ars Electronica,
the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts, the Bourges Electroacoustic
Music Festival, and the League of Composers /ISCM.
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