Anne Morgan Spalter

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    • Anne Morgan Spalter (USA) is an artist and author whose career reflects her long-standing goal of integrating art and technology. Drawing inspiration from painting, mathematics, and Buddhist and Islamic art, Spalter shoots original footage in cities around the world and uses custom software to develop patterned compositions that explore the concept of the modern landscape. She shows widely and has work in leading contemporary collections in the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East and in museums such as the Albright-Knox  (Buffalo, NY), the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum (Providence, RI), and the Victoria & Albert Museum (London, UK).


    Digital mixed-media artist Anne Spalter is an academic pioneer who founded the original digital fine arts programs at Brown University and The Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in the 1990s.


    • Anne Mor­gan Spal­ter is a grad­u­ate of Brown Uni­ver­sity and The Rhode Is­land School of De­sign (RISD), US, and cre­ated and taught the first fine art dig­i­tal media courses at both schools. Her book, The Com­puter in the Vi­sual Arts, has be­come a stan­dard ref­er­ence text. Spal­ter has lec­tured around the world and in 2010 was in­vited to speak at the Vic­to­ria and Al­bert Mu­seum in Lon­don, UK, the Boston Mu­seum of Fine Arts, and at her alma mater, RISD. Spal­ter’s tra­di­tional and dig­i­tal work is in­cluded in lead­ing con­tem­po­rary col­lec­tions in New York, Paris, Dubai, Geneva, Sin­ga­pore, Boston and Prov­i­dence, RI. Spal­ter is also a prac­tic­ing mar­tial artist and has a black belt in Kenpo Karate.


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