NINA SOBELL 190 Eldridge Street, 3S New York, NY 10002 firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Recognition and Appointments
2002 Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship Nominee in Media Arts
2001 New York State Council on the Arts, Artists Fellowship
1999Webby Award Nominee, ParkBench On-Line Collective
1998 Artist-in-Residence, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada
Turbulence.org Commission, with S. Allin and J. Gilbert
Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship Nominee
Artist-in-Residence, Center for Advanced Technology, New York University
1991-93 Artist-in-Residence, Interactive Telecommunications Program, Tisch School of the ArtsNYU
Solo Shows and Collaborations
2001 Liwase,Video Documentary of Zambian Street Theater Group with Anne Bean
1999 Weaving Sun and Moon, Chateau de Sacy, Sacy-le-Petit, France
1998 Brainwave Drawing, performance/installation, Banff Centre
Ebb and Flow, Web performance, Morton Studio, turbulence.org (J.Gilbert/S.Allin)
Interactive Installations, 1974 - 1998, DAAD Studios, Berlin with Emily Hartzell
Group Shows and Collaborations
2002 Art/Women/California 1950-2000, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, Ca.
2000 Sharing a Shadow, Three Colt Gallery, London
1999 Streaming: A Laboratory, with E. Hartzell/ Sonya Allin, W. Phillips Gallery, Banff
Sunshine & Noir: Art in Los Angeles 1960-1997, UCLA at The Armand Hammer
Castello di Rivoli, Italy, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Louisiana MOMA, Denmark
1997 Dance in a Moving Mirror streaming with Hartzell/Gilbert, RAT, Aix-en-Provence
Adrift (web performance), Ars Electronica with Gilbert, Hartzell, Thorington, Wolsak
Pink Wink, New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles
Pasarse de la Raya, Expoarte, Guadalajara, VI Feria Internacional de arte Contemporaneo
PORT, four-screen web projection performance, MIT List Visual Arts Center
Blast5, Time Curators and web/video installation (ParkBench), Sandra Gering Gallery
1996 Art on the Web (ParkBench), Whitney Museum of American Art
Language and Disorder: videotapes, New Langton Arts, San Francisco
1995 Alice Sat Here, telerobotic installation w/Hartzell in CODE, Ricco/Maresca Gallery, NYC
1993 LA Sampler 1970-1993, Hey, Baby Chicky! P.McCarthy curator, David Zwirner Gallery, NYC
Scratching the Belly of the Beast, Brainwave Drawings, Los Angeles Film Forum
1992 Installation: painting, sculpture, and 2 channels of video, Granary Books Gallery, NYC
Brainwave Drawing Installation, Bronx River Arts Center, Bronx, NY
1991 Drawings, Elston Fine Arts Gallery, New York, NY
Cori: Struggle for Life, video work, Speaking Out: Art Against AIDS, Museum of Modern Art, NY 1990 Cori: Struggle for Life, Video Against AIDS, Institute of Contemporary Art, London,
The Indomitable Spirit, video work, International Center for Photography, NY
Beyond Boundaries: Paintings, Black and White in Color Gallery, Bronx, NY
"Art/Women/California1950-2000" editors Burgess/Salvioni, University of California Press and the San Jose Museum of Art (2002), p. 326.
"Streaming the Brain" by N. Sobell, MultiMedia, Artful Media ed. Doree Duncan Seligmann IEEE Computer Society, Vol. 9, No. 3 (July-September, 2002), p. 38.
"Info Arts-Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology" by S.Wilson, MIT Press (2002).
"Sculpting in Time and Space: Interactive Work" by Nina Sobell and Emily Hartzell, Leornardo, MIT Press, Vol.34, No.3 (2001).
"Robot in the Garden" by Ken Goldberg, MIT Press (2000), p. 15.
"Going Virtual" by Martha Wilson, CAA Art Journal, Summer, 2000.
"Artful Media," by Kathy Brew, IEEE Multimedia, 1999.
"Women in Art and Technology" edited by Judy Malloy., MIT Press 1999
"A Brief History of Outrage: The 51 (or So) Greatest Avant-Garde Moments," by C. Carr, Village Voice, September 22, 1998.
"On Edge: The Heart of the Web," by C. Carr, Village Voice,Vol. 42, No. 25 (June 24, 1997), p.50.
"Telepresence Art," by Eduardo Kac, Art Journal, College Art Association, 1997.
Naked to the Bone, by Betty Ann Kevlis, Rutgers University Press, 1997.
Postmodern Currents: Art and Artists in the Age of Electronic Media, by Margot Lovejoy, Prentice Hall, 1996 (second edition).
"ParkBench," interview with Doug Grunther, WDST Woodstock Radio, October, 1996.
"ParkBench Public Access Kiosks," Visual Proceedings, Siggraph '96.
"ParkBench Sculpting Performances," The Acid-free Paper (web journal), edited by Kevin Smith, Vol. 1, No. 4 (January, 1996), Net Culture section.
"Deviant Eyes, Deviant Bodies" by Chris Straayer, Columbia University Press, 1996
"The Buzz" by Sobell and Hartzell, TalkBack! journal on the Web, edited by Robert Atkins. Issue #1 (December, 1995). <http://math240.lehman.cuny.edu/talkback>
"Art Online" by Robert Atkins, Art in America, Vol. 83, No. 12 (December, 1995), p. 64.
"Technology: Do You Mind if I Sit Here?" by Kimberly Neuhaus, I.D.,Vol. 42, No. 2 (March-April, 1995), p. 24.
"ParkBench," Artists' Pages by Emily Hartzell and Nina Sobell, Felix: Landscape(s) Vol. 2, No.1 (1995),
Interactions, Vol. IV, No. 2, June, 1992.
Interactions, Vol. III, No. 1, April, 1991
Felix (review of EXHUMED & Video 1972-90), Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring, 1991), p. 71-73.
2002 Artist Talk, SUNY Purchase, Department of Art, Purchase, New York
2001 Artist Talk, Computer Art Department, School of Visual Arts, New York
2000 Nina Sobell: Video Performances, NYU School of Food Sciences
1999 Artist Talk, Sony Wonder HD Theater and Technology Museum
1997 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Stevens Institute of Technology
Digital Landscapes of the Mind, London Institute
ISEA (International Society of Electronic Arts), Chicago Art Institute
Art Talk Art: Art, Anarchy, and the Web, Foundation for Art Resources, LA
LA Museum of Contemporary Art, Geffen Contemporary LA, Art Talks 97
Cornell University, Creativity Symposium
Art, Culture, and Technology, Teachers College, Columbia University,
CHI 97 (Computer-Human Interaction), Atlanta
Central St. Martins School of Art, London
1996 ParkBench, Artist's Presentation, Siggraph '96
1995 Art and Science Collaborations, Inc., Cooper Union Great Hall, New York
1993 Department of Fine Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
1991 The Slade, St. Martins, Newcastle, Brighton Poly, E. London Poly, Brunel University, Reading,
Archivo Storico delle Arti Contemporane; La Bienalle di Venezia, Italia; Museum of Modern Art, NY; Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA; Whitney Museum of American Art; Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada; deSaisset, Museum of Art; Manchester Museum of Art, England; Reading University, England; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TexasArts; Zentrum fur Kunst Und Medien Technologie, Karlsruhe, Montevideo, Amsterdam; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Western Front Video, Vancouver; DIA Foundation; Cologne; Kramlich Video Collection, and other private collections and academic institutions.
BFA Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
MFA Cornell University, Ithaca, New York