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  • Tina La Porta
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    Anne Willieme

    Sheri Wills

    Virgil Wong

    Jeff Wyckoff

    Tina La Porta Future Body, 1999

    Tina La Porta, Future Body,, 1999

    About the Artist

    Tina LaPorta is a media artist who lives and works in New York City. Her most recent work has been created specifically for the Internet as a continued exploration of female subjectivity within a global networked environment. In 1999, Ms. LaPorta received a commission for the creation of Distance, a web-specific work hosted on (New York) with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. She exhibited an installation of prints from Distance at Atelier Sevigne, Paris this September. Distance will also be featured at the Montreal International Festival of New Cinema & New Media this year.

    Ms. LaPorta's net-specific work Future_body Version 1.0 premiered at the Alterities conference this year at the Ecole Suprieure Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris where she also lectured on her work. This work is mirrored on the Les Penelopes website in France, "remixed" for Rencontres D'Art Contemporain 99; Aix en Provence (France) and has been included in SEAFair '99 at the Museum of the City of Skopje (Macedonia).

    Ms. LaPorta has been an Artist-in-Resident at Ars Electronica's FutureLab (Linz, Austria) where she created her first web-specific work titled TRACES. Traces has been included in many international festivals including SEAFAIR '98 (Macedonia), the International Festival for New Film (Croatia) and VIDEOMEDEJA (Yugoslavia).

    Other by Tina LaPorta have been included in the ALT-X exhibition, "Being in Cyberspace", "Maid in Cyberspace" exhibition at Studio XX (MontrŽal), the "Sex and Consciousness" exhibition on the FranceArtist website (Paris), as well as the Leonardo Electronic Gallery (MIT press). Her work has been included in the Web Site for the United Nations' Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing, China) and the Women and Performance On-Line Journal "Sexuality in Cyberspace."

    Ms. LaPorta's work has been reviewed in Art Actuel, CIAC's Electronic Art Magazine, Bitniks, Rhizome, HotWired, ZINEn, and L'Autre Web. Her work has been published in Leonardo; Journal for Women & Performance; PForm; Ms. Magazine; Public Culture; Crash; William and Mary Review and in the CD-Rom The Little Magazine, "Gravitational Intrigue: an anthology of emergent hypermedia."

    Ms. LaPorta has been invited to participate in several on-line symposia including: "Shock of the View," sponsored by the Walker Art Center, "POV Salon," sponsored by PBS Television Network, and the Gender in New Media Online Panel at "INVENCAO: Thinking The Next Millennium," conference (Sao Paulo, Brazil.)

    Ms. LaPorta has organized and moderated several symposia including "Women in New Media" for the 16th Annual Women in the Arts Conference at Rutgers University, presented her work at the Feminist Art/Art History Conference at Barnard, has given a lecture on Artistic Practice in the Network at Cooper Union and lectured on her work at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna Austria. She also Moderated a panel discussion for the Women's Caucus of the College Art Association's Conference in 1994 which investigated the relationship between information technologies and Representations of the body.

    Translate { } Expression [website]
    Distance [website]
    Shifting [website]
    Unveiled Imprints [website]
    Women and Performance [website]
    Women in New Media [website] [e-mail]

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