[-empyre-] correction regarding Christiane Robbins introduction

dear empyre,

Apologies to Christiane, I apparently posted the wrong introductory biography.

Please make note of her current activities, and sorry for the error.


Christiane Robbins is a cross-disciplinary director, artist and scholar working within the mutable environment of studio practice, digital media and cultural components of Media and Visual Arts production. Robbins' studio practice focuses primarily on digital media - ,video, digital imaging, database aesthetics, and locative/ spatial studies. It includes installation, site-specific,and public art/space projects as well as work in architectural, object- oriented, curatorial and publication projects.

Her work has received international recognition including one- person shows in the U.S., Canada and Europe. It has been reviewed in publications such as Art Forum, Wired, the LA Times and Village Voice. She has also participated in numerous international film and video festivals winning several awards, including the Best of Category Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and has been broadcast on American Public Television, Channel 4, UK, and cablecast throughout the world. Her work is found in numerous permanent collections including the Stedlijck Museum, Amsterdam, Museum of Modern Art, NY, the Kitchen, NY, the Banff Centre for the Arts, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and The Getty Museum. She is currently a Visiting Fellow at Stanford University and Associate Professor at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. She was the Executive Producer of the AIM Festival, a co-organizer of Race in Digital Space (MIT/USC's multi- year project including conferences and exhibition. ) and a co- Director of the On-Line Against Aids Project, one of the first on- line global cultural events held in 1990. She received her MFA from the California Institute of the Arts.

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