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Jordan Crandall is an artist, media theorist and founding editor of Blast as well as director of the X Art Foundation, New York. He has written on technology and culture for a variety of media and lectures widely on the cultural and political dimensions of new technology. He holds a seat on the Advisory Board of Social Movement Studies, a journal of cultural, political, and social protest [Routledge]. He regularly serves as a visiting critic at such institutions as Columbia University and was recently Visiting Professor at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris.

Solo Exhibitions | Group Exhibitions | Grants and Awards | Bibliography | Recommended Links

Solo Exhibitions
[selected]

2001
The Kitchen, New York; TENT Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Rotterdam [NL]

2000
Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz [AT]
ARTLAB-Spiral Gallery, Tokyo [J]
Museo de Arte Carillo Gil, Mexico City [MX]
Centre d'Art Contemporain de Basse-Normandie [F]
Kunst-Werke Berlin, Berlin [D]

1998
Sandra Gering Gallery, New York [USA]

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Group Exhibitions
[selected]

2001
World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam [NL]
Digital Deviance, Le Magasin, Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble [F]
European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck [D]
BitStreams: Art in the Digital Age, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [USA]

2000
InSITE, San Diego, Tijuana [MX]
Greater New York, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York [USA]
Particle Accelerators, Photographic Resource Center, Boston University [USA]

1999
Net_condition, ZKM Karlsruhe [D]
Montreal International Festival of new Cinema and new Media, Ex-Centris, Montreal [CDN]
Graz Biennial on Media and Architecture [AT]

1997
documenta X, Kassel [D]
Revision II, Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum, Hagen [D]

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Grants and Awards
[selected]

2000
The 50 best, \internationalermedienkunstpreis [D]

1998
Design Ecxellence Award, the 44th Annual Type Directors Club Exhibition

1994
Wittenborn Award, Art Libraries Society of North America [USA]

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Bibliography
[selected]

Interaction: Artistic Practice in the Network, Jordan Crandall (co-ed.), New York 2001; Jordan Crandall, Drive, track 3, in Net_condition: Art and Global Media, Peter Weibel and Timothy Druckrey (eds.), MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachussetts 2000, pp. 274/275; Jordan Crandall, Ezra Pound Cantos, Paris 1997; Jordan Crandall, suspension figures, Cologne 1997; Jordan Crandall, suspension vehicle RF-6000, Munich and New York 1997; Jordan Crandall, On NetArt, in ZKP4, Schulz, McCarthy, Lovink, Cosic (eds.), Ljubljana Digital Media Lab, Ljubljana 1997; Robert Atkins, Surface Pleasures: BitStreams at the Whitney, review, in Artbyte, June 2001, p. 8; Michael Kimmelmann, Creativity, Digitally Remastered, in The New York Times, March 23, 2001, pp. E31, 36; Brian Holmes, Fitting Into Computer Technology: Interview with Jordan Crandall, in Omnibus, October 1997, pp. 39/40; Blast Off, in New Scientist, October 14, 1995, p.44; Marlena Corcoran, Male and F:Email: Report from Cyberspace, in Soundings, 78.2, Summer 1995, pp. 339-353.

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Recommended Links

- > Homepage

° Projects ::

- > »Heatseeking«

- > »Drive [Track 6]«, 1998-2000

° Writings ::

- > Jordan Crandall, »Anything That Moves: Armed Vision«, in CTHEORY, 22, 1-2, June 1999,

- > Jordan Crandall, »On the Postmedia Era«, in Aleph arts, February 1999

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