Chris­tiane Paul is the Di­rec­tor of the Media Stud­ies Grad­u­ate Pro­grams and As­so­ci­ate Prof. of Media Stud­ies at The New School, NY, and Ad­junct Cu­ra­tor of New Media Arts at the Whit­ney Mu­seum of Amer­i­can Art. She has writ­ten ex­ten­sively on new media arts and lec­tured in­ter­na­tion­ally on art and tech­nol­ogy. Her re­cent books are Con­text Providers – Con­di­tions of Mean­ing in Media Arts (In­tel­lect, 2011), co-edited with Mar­got Love­joy and Vic­to­ria Vesna; New Media in the White Cube and Be­yond (UC Press, 2008); and Dig­i­tal Art (Thames and Hud­son 2003; ex­panded new edi­tion 2008). At the Whit­ney Mu­seum, she cu­rated the shows “Cory Ar­can­gel: Pro Tools” (May 2011), “Pro­fil­ing” (2007), and “Data Dy­nam­ics” (2001); the net art se­lec­tion for the 2002 Whit­ney Bi­en­nial; the on­line ex­hi­bi­tion “CODe­DOC” (2002) for art­port, the Whit­ney Mu­seum’s on­line por­tal to In­ter­net art for which she is re­spon­si­ble; as well as “Fol­low Through” by Scott Pa­ter­son and Jen­nifer Crowe (2005). Other re­cent cu­ra­to­r­ial work in­cludes “Ed­uardo Kac: Biotopes, La­go­glyphs and Trans­genic Works” (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2010); Bi­en­nale Quadri­lat­erale (Ri­jeka, Croa­tia, 2009-10); “Feed­for­ward – The Angel of His­tory” (co-cu­rated with Steve Dietz; Lab­o­ral Cen­ter for Art and In­dus­trial Cre­ation, Gijon, As­turias, Spain, 2009-2010) and INDAF Dig­i­tal Art Fes­ti­val (In­cheon, Korea, Aug. 2009).