Remo Campopiano is a visual artist, designer, and curator who explores new technologies in the world of science and telecommunications. In the 80's, he created a series of live-art installations and co-founded ARTPAPERa visual arts newspaper in Minneapolis. In the 90's Remo founded ARTNETWEB in Soho, NYC, which pioneered early net-art and performance art on the Internet. Now, back in the Providence area where he was raised, he's best known for Dance of the WaterSpiders, a robotic-art performance by eight giant robots in the form of water spiders; this project has evolved into Cybernetic WaterBugs which is a project of Remo's Robotics Arts Club. Visit his web site.
|George Fifield is a media arts curator, writer, teacher and artist. He is the founder and director of Boston Cyberarts Inc., a nonprofit arts organization which produces the Boston Cyberarts Festival. He is Curator of New Media at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA. He was executive co-producer for "The Electronic Canvas" an hour-long documentary on the history of the media arts, presently going to national PBS distribution. Fifield founded VideoSpace, a collective of Boston Area media artists who have organized and presented exhibitions of video art throughout New England. In addition, Fifield writes on a variety of media, technology and art topics for numerous publications.|
is the Executive Director of New Radio
and Performing Arts, Inc. (aka Ether-Ore),
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Thorington has produced three narrative works for the web including Solitaire, which combines game and storytelling; and she has played a principal artistic role in the cutting edge net work Adrift most recently presented as a performance and installation at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City. She is also a seasoned speaker on radio and net art. Visit her web site.