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Linda Lauro-Lazin, Marshall Reese, Daria Dorosh

Exhibitions of digital artists' most innovative work have been a feature of the
annual conference of the Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Groups Graphics since 1980.

Linda Lauro-Lazin is a Fulbright Scholar who is currently on the faculty of the Pratt Institute. She has exhibited her artwork for more than 25 years in the U.S. and Europe, and employing digital media since 1986. She was recently chosen Art Chair for SIGGRAPH 2005, commencing in August 2005 in Los Angeles. Her work can be found at Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria and on Rhizome.

Marshall Reese
is a video and performance artist with a special focus on the meaning of icons and spectacle in social, political, and religious contexts. He also works in collaboration with Nora Ligorano.

Daria Dorosh is a founder of the A.I.R. Gallery (New York's first gallery devoted to the work of women artists), and a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She produced and directed the collaborative, Plays Well with Others, an exhibition that combines sound, light and smell in her "OmniGlobe," was a centerpiece of SIGGRAPH 2004.


Art & Technology


Art & Technology is a radio program that investigates how advancements in new technologies are affecting artists and their work. The series consists of interviews with contemporary visual and audio artists discussing their work, influences, aesthetics and the technical issues they encounter in the creation of their art, relating their personal views about the uses and usages of new media in the art world today. The show opens a discourse with artists working in Interactive, Performance, Screen Based, and Audio and Sound Based media about the role that dynamic technologies play in contemporary art and their own artwork.