One November morning in 1994,
Carmin Karasic was listening to digital artists on NPR, when she realized she
was a digital artist trapped in a Fidelity Technical Project Manager's body. This
simple realization changed her life. So she traded the glory of Corporate America's
high tech management for the personal satisfaction of creating digital art.
has 20 years experience in application and software development. Carmin is now
a website developer and Internet artist. She is a founding member of the Electronic
Disturbance Theater. She is also the Assistant Director of Boston Cyberarts. She
has received various grants and exhibited in over 30 group shows online and in
real space. Her work can be seen online in several galleries, e-zines and websites.
She has exhibited in the Boston area at the DeCordova Museum, the MIT List Center,
the Attleboro Museum, Computer Museum, The Art Institute of Boston, The New England
School of Art and Design, and various galleries, in NYC at The Remote, Brooks
Gallery at Cooper Union, and New York Hall of Science, and in Canada, Germany,
and Austria in various group shows. Born April 9, 1954, in Shirley, Massachusetts,
USA, Carmin currently lives in the Boston Metro area and Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
and upcoming work:
Exhibition, "YOU Girl!" Aug. 19 - 28, webart
"MassMedia" group show, Axiom, Harvard Ave., Boston, MA, USA.
Panelist, Hybridity Symposium, Sept 3, Ars Electronica Festival 2005, Linz, Austria.
The panel is called Hybrid: Living in Paradox Ars Electronica Symposium.
Resident Artist, The Piano Factory, 2005 - 2006. Multimedia work will be featured
at the Piano Factory South End Open Studios September 17-18. Boston, MA, USA.
Presenter, "The Upgrade! Boston", November 2005. Upgrade! Upgrade
presenters also exhibit in Upgrade! International at Eyebeam in New York City,
September 23-25, 2005.
Curator, "Science of Causes", April-May
2005, co-curated with Fred Levi, cyberart exhibition at The Art Institute of Boston
during the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2005, Boston, MA, USA.
"With Liberty and Justice for All", Jan. - Feb., 2005, webart in "Racing
the Cultural Interface: African Diasporic Identities in the Digital Age"
group show, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia,