Wednesday, July 8, 2009

[Yasmin_announcements] FW: ISEA2009 The Exhibition

ISEA2009: The Exhibition

Artists from across the globe will present leading edge art, created with
electronic and digital technology, in an unprecedented multi-site exhibition
in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Opening to the public on Friday, 7 August, the
exhibition will continue through August. ISEA2009: The Exhibition will be on
view at the Ormeau Baths Gallery, the Golden Thread Gallery, the Foyer
Gallery of the University of Ulster Belfast campus, and at sites across the
city in the public domain.

ISEA2009: The Exhibition addresses contested spaces, focusing on the
environment, political and economic conflicts and the human body. Curated by
Kathy Rae Huffman, it will display an exciting range of innovative and
challenging work at the interface of art, science, communication and

ISEA2009: The Exhibition is an extended part of ISEA2009, the 15th
International Symposium on Electronic Art, which will take place from 23
August to 1 September 2009 on the island of Ireland. Hosted by the
University of Ulster the symposium focuses on Engaged Creativity in Mobile

For more information on ISEA2009: The Exhibition and to reserve your place
at the ISEA2009 Symposium please go to:

Kathy Rae Huffman

Kathy Rae Huffman, a freelance curator working internationally, is curator
for ISEA2009 exhibitions and art projects (Belfast); curator for
Transitland, a collaborative project to select 100 East European video art
works 1989-2009, with InterSpace (Sofia), Transmediale (Berlin) and ACAX
(Budapest); and lead curator forExchange and Evolution: Video 70¹s-80¹s, an
exhibition for the Long Beach Museum (Calif). She was Visual Arts Director
at Cornerhouse (Manchester) from 2002-2008 and Director, Hull Time Based
Arts (UK) 2000-2002. Based in Austria from 1990-1998, she worked
independently on media and net art projects and curatorial initiatives. She
was Curator/Producer for the CAT Fund, a partnership between the ICA Boston
and WGBH-TV¹s New Television Workshop, 1984-1990, commissioning artists for