[-empyre-] long bio - paul brown

Paul Brown is an artist and writer who has been specialising in
art & technology for over 30 years.

In 1984 he was the founding head of the United Kingdom's National
Centre for Computer Aided Art and Design and in 1994 he returned
to Australia after a two-year appointment as Professor of Art and
Technology at Mississippi State University to head Griffith
University's Multimedia Unit.  In 1996 was the founding Adjunct
Professor of Communication Design at Queensland University of

 From 1997-99 he was Chair of the Management Board of the
Australian Network for Art Technology and he is a member of the
Editorial Advisory Boards for LEA, the e-journal of the
International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, and
the journal Digital Creativity.  From 1992 to 1999 he edited
fineArt forum, one of the Internet's longest established art
'zines and is currently moderator of the DASH (Digital ArtS
Histories) list.

His computer generated artwork has been exhibited internationally
since 1967 and is currently on show in Europe, the USA and

During 2000/2001 he was a New Media Arts Fellow of the Australia
Council and he spent 2000 as artist-in-residence at the Centre
for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics at the University of
Sussex in Brighton, England.  He is currently (2002-05) a
Visiting Fellow in the School of History of Art, Film and Visual
Media at Birkbeck College, University of London, where he is
working on the CACHe (Computer Arts, Contexts, Histories, etc...)

Examples of his artwork and publications are available on his
website at:


More information about CACHe is here:


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