Russet Lederman

Digital artist, curator

Group exhibitions include:
Ars Electronica, Linz; JavaMuseum; Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts; Sonar, File, Remote Lounge; Lab 01, Dresden, Germany; Cast 01, Sankt Augustin, Germany; Rotterdam International Film Festival; Stuttgarter Film Festival; Graz Biennial on Media and Architecture; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; New York Digital Salon; Docs Online; Neovideo International Film Festival, Perugia

Publications include:
The New York Times, HOW, Leonardo, Circa, New Art Examiner, Art of the Digital Age, Enciclopedia Treccani

Collections include:
Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Smithsonian Institution, Rhizome Artbase

Teaching

Thesis Research and Writing I

Intended to help students to refine their research skills and articulate concepts and context, this course will focus on finalizing the thesis proposal, and the thesis research paper. Students will meet with the instructor in groups and individually several times during the semester. The critique and review sessions will be open to all thesis students every week.

Thesis Research and Writing II

A continuation of Thesis Research and Writing II, this course is intended to help students prepare the written materials needed to introduce their art practice. It will focus on the artist’s biography, statement, résumé/CV, project description and a press release. Students will meet with the instructor in groups and individually several times during the semester. The critique and review portion will be open to all thesis students every week.

Education

  • BA, Sarah Lawrence College; MFA, School of Visual Arts

Awards

  • Prix Ars Electronica; Smithsonian New Media/New Century; HOW Interactive; File New Media Festival

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