Beth War­shaf­sky

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  • ISEA2011

    Beth War­shaf­sky works across mul­ti­ple media, syn­the­siz­ing words, move­ment, photo-im­ages, dance and sound. She is par­tic­u­larly in­ter­ested the cor­re­spon­dences be­tween vi­sual and kines­thetic form, ex­plor­ing the amor­phous bound­aries be­tween phys­i­cal and dig­i­tal space; and still and mov­ing medi­ums. Much of her work fo­cuses on sub­jec­tive ex­pe­ri­ence, hy­brid lyri­cal forms and vi­sual music. Beth’s art­work has been shown at SIG­GRAPH; Imag­ina, France; Fol­low the Sound Jazz Fes­ti­val, Antwerp, Bel­gium; The Tricky Woman An­i­ma­tion Fes­ti­val, Vi­enna, Aus­tralia; The BITT Fes­ti­val, Seul Korea, The 9th Korea Ex­per­i­men­tal Arts Fes­ti­val; Thee Mad­Cat Film Fes­ti­val; The 5th In­ter­na­tional Dig­i­tal Art Ex­hibit and Col­lo­quium in Ha­vana Cuba; and in group shows in New York, ,Con­necti­cut, Lon­don, Brazil, Is­rael, Korea, Ohio and Wash­ing­ton State. Beth teaches at Pratt In­sti­tute and NYU, US.


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