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Jevbratt, Lisa

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I have been studying, working, exhibiting and curating in the field of systems/Internet based art since 1994. My work has been exhibited and presented nationally and internationally; in venues such as SFMOMA, The Walker Art Center (Mineapolis), The New Museum (New York), Ars Electronica (Linz), Transmediale (Berlin), and the 2002 Whitney Biennial.

I make systems and insertions in systems as art. During the last three years I have focused on the use, functionality, and appearance of the Web and e-mail communication. Mapping the Web Infome and The Infome Imager both provide new ways of mapping, experiencing and understanding the spaces of the Web; The Stillman Projects and Troika investigates the Web as a public environment and the e-mail sender Syncro Mail targets people's private relationships to, and hopes for, digital communication. In addition to my solo projects I have been collaborating on performances and events as a member of the group C5.

 
 
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