Andy Deck

Media artist; co-founder, Transnational Temps

Exhibitions Include:
Ecomedia, Valencia; Location One; Florentin 45 Contemporary Art Space, Tel Aviv; Telspan, Washington, DC; Ciberart, Bilbao; Ars Electronica, Linz; Peer2Peer, Los Angeles; Andy Deck Retrospective, Furtherfield.org; Conexion Remota, Barcelona; Whitney Museum of American Art, Artport; Interact: Medi@terra 2000, Glimpses, Athens; VIDA 4.0, Madrid; HTTP Gallery, London; Mejan Labs, Stockholm; Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona; Machida City Museum, Tokyo; Moving Image Gallery; P.S.1/MoMA; Postmasters Gallery; ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

Publications Include:
From Technological to Virtual Art; Internet Art; Net Dot Art; Net_Condition: Art and Global Media; Art of the Digital Age; Art and Electronic Media

Teaching

New Media in Contemporary Art

This course will explore artistic developments in new media over the past century, with a particular focus on artistic practices that examine or embrace new circumstances in the media and technologies of our time. Key works will be presented and discussed in light of the evolution of creative expression. Students will also research and discuss the concepts presented by critics and theorists. The term “new media” will be treated broadly to include developments in contemporary art, interaction, Internet-based work, film, photography and radio, as well as the beliefs and expectations that accompany new technologies.

Education

  • BFA, BA, University of Michigan; MFA, School of Visual Arts; Post-diplôme, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Awards

  • First Place, ShiftSpace Commission; Second Prize, Bienal de Ibiza