Natalie Bookchin

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  • ISEA1997

    Natalie Bookchin is a cultural worker in the digital revolu­tion. She currently teaches in the Visual Arts Department at UC, San Diego. She will migrate north in the winter to Los Angeles, where she will teach at Cal Arts. Bookchin has exhibited her work widely in the US and Europe, recently exhibiting her CD-ROM Databank of the Everyday (1996) in NY at Postmasters, Cooper Union, School of Visual Arts Museum, and the NY International Video and New Media Festival, as well as in Washington State, San Francisco and in New Orleans at SIGGRAPH. Other recent work has been shown in the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, the Kunst Forum in Rottweil, Germany, the Gramercy International Art Fair and Spot gallery in NY, at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, and in Australia, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria and Finland. She has received grants from national and regional foundations including Maryland State Art Council, Art Matters Inc., and Artists Space. Her work has been written about in ArtForum, The New York Times, Arts Magazine, Fiberarts, Art Journal, Leonardo, and The New An Examiner. She studied at the Whitney Museum Independent Study and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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