[-empyre-] introducing Christiane Robbins
I am very late in introducing a person who's already a frequent
writer with us, and a guest for this month.
Christiane Robbins (US) is a cross-disciplinary director and scholar
working within the mutable environment of studio practice, digital
media and critical theory components of Media and Visual Arts
production. Based in LA and San Francisco, Robbins' studio practice
focuses primarily on digital video, installation, digital imaging,
digital media and database aesthetics. It has also included
installation, site-specific, and public art projects as well as work
in architectural, object-oriented, and publication projects.
Thematically, much of her studio practice, research and scholarly
interests revolve around issues of media analysis, identity and
displacement through an examination of the way in which concepts and
perceptions of reception, inscription, spectacle, memory, space/
place, and time shape the articulation of subjectivities.
Robbins' work has been widely exhibited including one-person shows in
Canada, the U.S. and Europe. She has also participated in numerous
international film and video festivals in the U.S., Canada,
Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, and in Europe. As a curator, she was a
co-organizer of the USC/MIT bi-annual conference Race in Digital
Space, October 2002 and as Executive Producer for the AIM Festival
for Time-based Media, Los Angeles.
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