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University of Maine
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Professor of New Media (Program Coordinator, 2016-17; Associate Professor 2008-14; Assistant Professor 2002-08), Co-Director, Still Water lab, and Director, Digital Curation graduate program, University of Maine. Helped establish new undergraduate curriculum in 2003 and revise it in 2011-12 and 2015-16. Spearheaded development of graduate Digital Curation program from 2011 to present. Designed and taught a dozen new courses, and established working groups to promote open networks for art and culture. Served on departmental program and research committees and campus-wide access and Web committees. Taught students to cheat productively using the Internet. More at still-water.net.
Artist. With Keith Frank, Janet Cohen, Joline Blais, and Alex Galloway created and exhibited collaborative works with little or no commercial potential. Inaugural winner of the Thoma Arts Writing Fellowship.
Associate Curator of Media Arts at Guggenheim. ("Adjunct Associate Curator" from 2004-2006.) Curated and coordinated over a dozen exhibitions and symposia on contemporary and media art; commissioned and acquired Internet artworks for the permanent collection; coordinated the museum's Variable Media Initiative; wrote and edited catalogue essays and wall texts; lectured on historical exhibitions and collection; designed and commissioned CyberAtlas online projects; edited New-Media Watch section of Guggenheim Magazine; confused a lot of trustees.
M.F.A. in Painting and Printmaking from Yale. Taught calculus and computers at New Haven Yeshiva. With no justifiable qualifications apart from a Brown Belt in Karate, toured with a dance troupe in Connecticut, Boston, and New York City.
Artist-in-Residence at University of Pennsylvania, Ware College. Lectured on art techniques, taught figure drawing, and organized discussions and tours of local museums. Studied painting with John Moore and David Hannah at the Tyler School of Art and with Robert Beauchamp and James Lechay at the Studio Art School of the Aegean. While in Philadelphia, taught writing, computer literacy, and math to Vietnam vets and inner-city kids.
Instructor at Overseas School of Rome. Taught writing and fencing. Travelled extensively in Western Europe and Scandinavia, Yugoslavia, and Egypt. Almost died while climbing the Stromboli volcano to do watercolors.
B.A. in Physics and Astrophysics from Harvard. Graduated with honors in both subjects. Research grants from Harvard and the Smithsonian. Studied sculpture with Dmitri Hadzi. Fined for painting mural in dorm room.
Architect, designer, and engineer with John Bell and others, The Pool, an online environment that stimulates and documents collaborative art, text, and code that is multi-author, asynchronous, and cross-medium. Beta version in 2003. Public release since 2007, currently includes 11,000 reviews of 2600 projects (4900 versions) by 1500 faculty and students from the University of Maine, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Cruz, USC, and elsewhere. Online at pool.newmedia.umaine.edu.
Architect and designer, Variable Media Questionnaire, a database that documents artist's intents about future re-creations of their work in a medium-independent description. Beta version in use since 1999 by Guggenheim Museum, Langlois Foundation, University of California at Berkeley, and others. Third-generation Questionnaire co-conceived and engineered by John Bell. Online at forging-the-future.net.
Architect, designer, and engineer with Craig Dietrich, ThoughtMesh, an online framework for connected publication, in association with Vectors Journal (Annenberg Center for Communication, University of Southern California). Beta version in 2007. Public release in 2008, currently including over 250 articles, online at thoughtmesh.net.
Architect, designer, and engineer with John Bell, Just-in-Time Learning initiative, an interactive tutorial system with automated assessments and digital badges, online at tutorials.NMDprojects.net.
Architect, designer, and engineer with John Bell, Tributary software, an online social network that builds one conversation from diverse sources such as email, blogs, Facebook, and Twitter. First applied to the social network NMDnet, launched fall 2009. More at nmdnet.org/about.
"Three Threats to the Future of New Media" (Italian translation), in Valentino Catricalà, Domenico Quaranta, eds., Arte & Tecnologia. Teorie e pratiche di preservazione (Rome: Kappabit, forthcoming).
"Emulation," in Raiford Guins and Henry Lowood, eds, Debugging Game History: A Critical Lexicon (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2016), https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/debugging-game-history, accessed April 7, 2016.
"Trusting Amateurs with Our Future," in Christiane Paul, ed., A Companion to Digital Art (Hoboken: Wiley Blackwell, 2016), http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118475208.html, accessed April 7, 2016. Translated into Chinese for No Man's Land (Nusantara Archive), 2018.
Co-author with John Bell, "Diffused Museums: Networked, Augmented, and Self-Organized Collections," in Michelle Henning et al., eds., International Handbook of Museum Studies: Museum Media (Hoboken: Wiley Blackwell, 2015) http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1405198508.html, accessed August 24, 2015.
"The Panopticon Is Leaking," in Sean Cubitt, Daniel Palmer, and Nathaniel Tkacz, eds., Digital Light (London: Open Humanities Press, 2015). http://openhumanitiespress.org/digital-light.html, accessed May 24, 2015.
"Confiando nosso futuro a amadores," in Yara Guasque, ed., Arte Digital: Fraturas, preservação proliferativa e dimensão afetiva (Sao Paulo: Coleção Fast Forward, 2015), 172-201. https://medialab.ufg.br/n/73171-arte-digital-fraturas-preservacao-proliferativa-e-dimensao-afetiva, accessed April 29, 2015.
Co-author with Richard Rinehart, Re-collection: Art, New Media, and Social Memory (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2014). More at http://re-collection.net, accessed August 18, 2014.
Co-author with John Bell, "When the Rich Don't Get Richer: Equalizing Tendencies of Creative Networks," Leonardo (Cambridge) 44, no. 3 (2011). Reprinted in Maximilian Schich et al., eds, Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks (Cambridge: MIT Press ebook, 2012), http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007S0UA9Q, accessed 22 April 2012.
Co-author with Janet Cohen and Keith Frank, "The Medium Is Not the Message," in Ken Goldberg, ed, Art, Technology, and Culture, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2014).
"Which Commons: Market, Zoo, or Tribe?" in Open Field: Conversations on the Commons, ed. Schultz, Sarah and Sarah Peters (Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2012). http://www.walkerart.org/magazine/2012/which-commons-market-zoo-or-tribe, accessed August 6, 2014.
Co-author with Joline Blais, "New Media Innovators," in Lucas Dietrich, ed., 60: Innovators Shaping Our Creative Future (London: Thames & Hudson, 2010). More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=770
Co-author with Joline Blais, "Darko Maver," in Blais, Joline, Fabio Cavallucci, Marco Deseriis, et al., Eva and Franco Mattes: 0100101110101101.org (Milan: Charta, 2009). More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=734
Co-author with Joline Blais, Steve Evans, Owen Smith, and Nate Stormer, "New Criteria for New Media," Leonardo (MIT Press) 42, no. 1 (Spring 2009). Translated into Chinese for Leonardo 50th anniversary edition, as "Xīn Méi Tǐ, Xīn Zhǔn Zé" Jiao Yang, trans., Zhuangshi No. 299 (March 2018), pp. 28–31.
"Death by Wall Label," in Christiane Paul, ed., New Media in the White Cube and Beyond (University of California at Los Angeles Press, 2009).
Co-author with Joline Blais, At the Edge of Art (London: Thames and Hudson, 2006). Info at at-the-edge-of-art.com.
"Three Threats to the Future of New Media," A Prior 13 (Ghent, Belgium) (October 2006), pp. 172-181, mirrored at http://www.aprior.org/.
"Art As Antibody: A Redefinition of Art for the Internet Age," Intelligent Agent 6, no. 2 (Summer 2006), mirrored at http://www.intelligentagent.com/archive/ia6_2_transvergence_blaisippolito_artasantibody.pdf.
"Weaknesses of Open Licenses," in Mary Anne Francis, ed., Open Congress: Open Source and Art (London: Arts Council England, 2006).
"Mapping Art's Escape from the Traps of Technology," in Threading Time (Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH 05 electronic art and animation catalog), [exhibition catalogue] (Los Angeles: SIGGRAPH, 2005).
"Digital Performance: Damnation or Salvation?" in Kenneth Schlesinger, ed., Theatre Library Association Symposium Proceedings: Performance Documentation and Preservation in an Online Environment (Performing Arts Resources 24) (New York: Theatre Library Association, 2004).
"The Digital Sanctuary" in Lucy Kimbell, ed., New Media Art: Practice and Context in the UK 1994-2004 (London: Arts Council England/Cornerhouse, 2004).
"The Net.Art Generator," in Cornelia Solfrank, ed., Net.Art Generator (Nurnberg: Verlag fuer Moderne Kunst Nurnberg, 2004).
Co-editor and essay author, Permanence Through Change: The Variable Media Approach, Daniel Langlois Foundation and Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (Montreal and New York), 2003. Essay "Accommodating the Unpredictable: The Variable Media Questionnaire" subsequently translated into Italian and published as "Accogliere l’imprevedibile: il questionario variable media" in Paolo Martore, ed., Tra memoria e oblio. Percorsi nella conservazione dell'arte contemporanea (Rome: Castelvecchi, 2013)
"Ten Myths of Internet Art," Leonardo (Cambridge, MA) 35.5 (October 2002), pp. 485-498. Archived online at muse.jhu.edu/journals/len/toc/len35.5.html, mirrored at www.nydigitalsalon.org/salon_10/essay.php?essay=6. Interactive version online at www.guggenheim.org/internetart. (All accessed 1/25/2002). Reprinted in English and Spanish in José Luis Brea, ed., The Conquest of Ubiquity (Murcia: Centro Párraga, 2004).
"Hotlist," Artforum (New York) XL, no. 10 (Summer 2002), p. 52. Archived online at artforum.com/inprint/id=2888 and mirrored at www.rhizome.org/carnivore/press/artforum2.html, both accessed January 30, 2003.
Co-author with Joline Blais, "Looking for Art in All the Wrong Places," in Takeover: Who's Doing the Art of Tomorrow (Linz and Vienna: Ars Electronica/Springer-Verlag, 2001), pp. 28-33 (English), 34-40 (German). Archived online at www.aec.at/festival2001/texte/ippolito_e.html
"Don't Blame the Internet," Washington Post, September 29, 2001, p. A27.
"The Medium Is Not the Message," in Bruce Sterling guest ed., Whole Earth (San Francisco) no. 105 (Summer 2001).
"John Maeda: Post Digital," in artext (Pasadena/Paddington) no. 73 (May-July 2001), pp 35-36.
"Technology," in Nancy Spector, ed., Guggenheim Museum Collection: A to Z (second, revised edition). New York: Guggenheim, 2001), pp. 334-35.
"Gender Changer," interview with Tanya Bezreh, Laetitia Cornwall [ji], Jennifer Crowe, and debra l. hampton in Artbyte (New York) 3, no. 2 (July-August 2000), pp. 36-39.
"The Millennial Museum: Jon Ippolito," MCN Spectra Millennial Digest, published by the Museum Computer Network, 27 no. 1 (Summer 2000), archived online at www.artsconnected.org/millennialmuseum/displayitem.cfm?item=27, accessed March 9, 2003.
"Whatever Happened to the Gift Economy?" in Artbyte (New York) 3, no. 1 (May-June 2000), pp. 22-23. Reprinted in Leonardo (Cambridge, MA) 34, no. 2 (April 2001), p. 159. Archived online at three.org/ippolito and giorgio.ingentaselect.com/ vl=3293916/cl=44/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/ mitpress/0024094x/v34n2/s13/p159, both accessed on March 10, 2003.
"Does the Art World Really 'Get' the Internet?" in Artbyte (New York) 2, no. 6 (March-April 2000), pp. 24-25.
"Should Some Code Be Censored?" in Artbyte (New York) 2, no. 5 (January-February 2000), pp. 28-29.
"What Isn't Variable Media?" in Artbyte (New York) 2, no. 4 (November-December 1999), pp. 28-29.
"Whatever Happened to the Scary Cyborg?" in Artbyte (New York) 2, no. 3 (September-October 1999), pp. 28-29.
"Do We Want Convergence?" in Artbyte (New York) 2, no. 2 (Summer 1999), pp. 26-27.
"Deconstruction or Distraction?" in Artbyte (New York) 2, no. 1 (April-May 1999), pp. 22-23.
"Should You Feel Guilty Turning Off the Computer?" in Artbyte (New York) 1, no. 6 (February-March 1999), pp. 16-17.
"Is Cyberspace Really a Space?" in Artbyte (New York) 1, no. 5 (December 1998-January 1999), pp. 16-17.
"What Does Cyberspace Look Like?" in Artbyte (New York) 1, no. 4 (October-November 1998), pp. 16-17.
"Intellectual Property or Intellectual Poverty?" in Artbyte (New York) 1, no. 3 (August-September 1998), pp. 19-21.
"The Museum of the Future: A Contradiction in Terms?" in Artbyte (New York) 1, no. 2 (June-July 1998), pp. 18-19. Reprinted in Spectra, Summer 1998 issue vol 25:4, pp. 22-23. Translated into Spanish at aleph-arts.org/pens/museo_futuro.html, accessed March 12, 2003. [Mirrored at www.kaigisho.ne.jp/literacy/midic/data/v/v18.htm]
"Fine-Tuning the Sound of Space," in Artbyte (New York) 1, no. 1 (April-May 1998), pp. 26-27.
"Trusting Aesthetics to Prosthetics" in College Art Journal (New York) 56, no. 3 (Fall 1997), issue on "Digital Reflections: The Dialogue of Art and Technology," edited by Johanna Drucker, pp. 68-74. Artist portfolio, p. 19.
"Given: The Universe. Shown: Every Artwork," essay for Deep Storage, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Ingrid Schaffner and Matthias Winzen, curators, 1997. Traveled to Nationalgalerie, Berlin, November 29, 1997-January 25, 1998; P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York , July 5-August 30, 1998; and the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, November 5, 1998-January 31, 1999.
"Invisible by Design: A Review of Edward Tufte's Visual Explanations" in art/text (Pasadena/Paddington) no. 58 (August-October 1997), issue on "Art/Tech" edited by Peter Lunenfeld, pp. 26-28.
"Art Journals Go Electric" in Guggenheim Magazine 9 (Fall 1996), p. 7.
"Where Did All the Uncertainty Go?" in Flash Art International (Milan/New York) 29, no. 189 (July-August 1996), pp. 83, 85-87.
"Cybercurator," conversation with Janine Cirincione in Guggenheim Magazine 8 (Summer 1996), pp. 36-41.
"Navigating Cyberspace," map of contemporary art sites on the World Wide Web in Guggenheim Magazine 8 (Summer 1996), pp. 42-43.
"Out of the Darkness and into the Loop" in Flash Art International (Milan/New York) 28, no. 181 (March-April 1995), pp. 69-70.
"Rebecca Horn and the Suspension of Desire" in Guggenheim Magazine 3 (Summer 1993), pp. 16-23.
"Will Virtual Reality Open Doors or Close Them?" in Guggenheim Magazine 5 (Spring/Summer 1994), pp. 48-53.
Co-author with Sofian Audry, "Can Artificial Intelligence Make Art without Artists? Ask the Viewer," MDPI Arts (Basel, Switzerland) [accepted February 2018]
Co-author with Joline Blais, "Askweqwesan", Aspect DVD magazine 10 ("RURAL" issue, Fall 2007).
"Review of Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization by Alexander Galloway", Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, at http://media.lbg.ac.at/, accessed 20 April 2007.
"Review of At a Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet, edited by Annmarie Chandler and Norie Neumark," Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, at http://media.lbg.ac.at/, accessed 20 April 2007.
"Review of Code: Collaborative Ownership and the Digital Economy, edited by Rishab Aiyer Ghosh," Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, at http://media.lbg.ac.at/, accessed 20 April 2007.
"Internet2: Orchestrating the End of the Internet?," essay published May 2005 on Rhizome.org, nettime.org, and MARCEL Managers discussion lists, mirrored at Turbulence.org, YProductions.com, et al.
Co-author with Joline Blais and Trebor Scholz, "Tenure and Copyright: Toward a Network Model," WebCamTalk 1.0 series on New-Media Arts Education, The Institute for Distributed Creativity (Buffalo), posted April 3, 2005 to www.newmediaeducation.org.
Co-author with Joline Blais, Lawrence Lessig, and Carrie McLaren, "Share/Sharealike," Intelligent Agent (New York and Baton Rouge) 4.2 (June 2004), www.intelligentagent.com.
"Round Pegs in Square Holes," podcast for Share, Share Widely audioblog, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, May 6, 2005, archived at distributedcreativity.typepad.com/educonversations/2005/05/audio_moblog_3.html.
Co-author with Joline Blais, "Rewind the Future," essay on jodi's 10 Programs written in BASIC ©1984, Electrohype (Malmö, Sweden), www.electrohype.org, launched May 24, 2003.
"Martin Wattenberg's Stellar Cartography," essay on Wattenberg's Copernica, NASA Web site, www.hq.nasa.gov/copernica, launched September 23, 2002.
"Why Art Should Be Free," essay distributed on nettime.org and Rhizome.org. Mirrored at www.noemalab.com/sections/ideas/ideas_articles/ippolito_art_free.html, accessed March 12, 2003; reprinted in Social Art Project (Trivial Record Company: Los Angeles, 2018), pp. 30-41.
Guest participant, Vigil of Planetary NetArt, www.chairetmetal.com, launched October 17, 2001.
"The Architecture of Survival," Autonomedia, October 2, 2001, slash.autonomedia.org.
"The Art of Misuse," in Telematic Connections: The Virtual Embrace, CD-ROM and Web site co-published by Independent Curators International and the Walker Art Center. Exhibition traveled to San Francisco Art Institute, February 7-March 24, 2001; Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasedena, May 13-July 1; Austin Museum of Art, July 20-September 18; and other venues through 2002.
"An Open Letter on Dot-Museum" (with introduction by Robert Atkins), Mediachannel, www.mediachannel.org/arts/perspectives/dotmuseum/front.shtml, visited 4/25/01.
"Whose Opera Is It, Anyway?" review of Tod Machover's Brain Opera in Postmodern Culture 7, no. 1 (September 1996), muse.jhu.edu/journals/pmc/archive.html.
presentations and guest teaching
"Stop Your Archival Format before It Kills Again," keynote for Is This Permanence? Preservation of Born Digital Archives, Yale University, 11 May 2018. More at https://britishart.yale.edu/research/research-programs/call-proposals-permanence-preservation-born-digital-artists-archives.
"The Right To Unmake," College Art Association, Los Angeles Convention Center, 21 February 2018. More at https://event.crowdcompass.com/caa2018/activity/B9bhDcqRZy, accessed February 23, 2018.
"The Future of the Past: Emulation As a Preservation Resource," Maine Archives & Museums, Thomas College (Waterville), 10 November 2017. More at https://www.mainemuseums.org/event-2543765, accessed 10 November 2017.
Organizer, 4th Biennial Digital Humanities Week, University of Maine, series of twenty-four events, 2-6 October 2017. More at http://DigitalHumanitiesWeek.org, accessed on 25 March 2018.
"Experimental Art & Technology," Northeast Connection, University of Maine, 23 May 2017. More at http://intermediamfa.org/2017/05/northeastconnection, accessed June 2, 2017.
"Beyond Repositories," Experimental Publishing at the Intersection of Science, Art, and Technology, webinar for the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) organized by MIT Press, 20 April 2017. More at http://www.choice360.org/librarianship/webinars/experimental-publishing-at-the-intersection-of-science-art-and-technology, accessed June 2, 2017.
"Does Time Fold or Unfold?" keynote for FUTURE PROOF!? International Symposium on the Preservation of Born-Digital/Software-Based Art, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, The Netherlands, 8 February 2017. http://li-ma.nl/site/news/future-proof-transformation-digital-art-2017, accessed February 3, 2017.
"Reinterpretation," at UNFOLD Network Meeting, LIMA, The Netherlands, 7 February 2017. http://www.li-ma.nl/site/article/unfold-events, accessed February 3, 2017.
Featured participant, "Methods for studying the (After)Lives of Internet Art," 14 November to 31 December 2016, New Media Curating discussion list, https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=NEW-MEDIA-CURATING.
"Permanence Through Change" (workshop) and "The Art of Re-collecting" (talk) at Itineraries of the conservation of documentary heritage: practices and provocations, National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museology (ENCRyM), Mexico City, 10 and 11 November 2016.
"Preserving Differences in a Connected World," Play/Back symposium, National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington DC, 30 September 2016. More at http://www.neh.gov/content/playback-schedule, accessed September 18, 2016.
"3D Scanning of Museum Objects," Maine Museums and Archives 2016, University of Maine, Orono, 23 September 2016, http://mainemuseums.org/event-2286326. http://mainemuseums.org/event-2286326, accessed February 5, 2017.
Co-presenter with John Bell, "Just-in-Time Learning through Badge-Based Tutorials," Faculty Institute 2016, University of Maine Augusta, May 20, 2016, http://learn.maine.edu/faculty/faculty_institute_2016, accessed May 20, 2016.
Co-organizer, New Media Night, IMRC, Collins Center for the Arts, and other venues, University of Maine, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017.
Visiting professor, Film, Video, New Media and Animation department, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 3 May 2016 (remote presentation).
"Collecting Time," Bowdoin Museum of Art, 28 April 2016. http://www.bowdoin.edu/art-museum/exhibitions/2016/luke-dubois.shtml, accessed May 30, 2016.
Curator, New Media gallery for University of Maine Undergraduate and Graduate Research Showcase, Cross Insurance Center, Bangor, 27 April 2016.
"How To Write about Digital Art," Better Words about Bits: A Conversation with the 2015 Thoma Foundation Arts Writing Award Winners, School of Visual Arts, New York, 15 December 2015. http://thomafoundation.org/better-words-about-bits/, accessed May 30, 2016.
"The Art of Re-collecting," remote presentation at Media Art Preservation Symposium (MAPS), Ludwig Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art Budapest, 7 December 2015. More at http://maps.ludwigmuseum.hu/en/programs, accessed December 12, 2015.
"The Conservator Has Left the Building: How Institutions Can Adapt to New Media," keynote for Collecting and Exhibiting New Media Arts, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (via teleconference), 6 November 2015. More at https://www.ntmofa.gov.tw/chinese/projectlecture_1.aspx?SN=4595, accessed November 9, 2015.
"In Wildness Is the Preservation of the World," keynote for Preservation and Access to Born-digital culture, iMAL Center for digital cultures and technology, Brussels, 30 October 2015. More at http://www.imal.org/en/preservationsymposium, accessed November 9, 2015.
"Just-in-Time Learning with Badges," at Badging: Promoting Mastery through Student Agency, University of Maine, Orono, 1 October 2015.
"Digital Preservation in the Age of the Selfie," keynote for Video Matters, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, and roundtable discussion, Archiving Media Art, GAMA (Gateway to Archives of Media Art), Aachen, Germany, 24 and 25 September 2015. More information at http://ludwigforum.de/en/event/video-matters/ and http://www.li-ma.nl/site/news/gama-round-table-archiving-media-art-ludwig-forum-aachen, both accessed September 29, 2015.
"Only You Can Prevent the End of History," presentation at PNEK / Norwegian Video Art Archive, Oslo, 17 June 2015, information at http://www.videokunstarkivet.org, accessed September 29, 2015.
"No," presentation for I Saved the Files But Can I Run Them?, National Information Standards Organization (NISO) webinar, 13 May 2015, http://www.niso.org/news/events/2015/webinars/software.
"Digital Preservation and the Search for Renewable Culture," Digital Curation Institute, University of Toronto, February 23, 2015. Information at http://dci.ischool.utoronto.ca/?p=358, accessed February 23, 2015.
"Lessons from The Erl King," Bortrand Library, Bucknell University, February 18, 2015. More information at http://museum.blogs.bucknell.edu/2015/02/10/library-and-it-new-horizons-faculty-lunch-feb-18, accessed February 23, 2015.
Remote presentation for Roger Malina's class in Special Topics in Emergent Communication: Experimental Publishing, University of Texas at Dallas, February 5, 2015.
"Wagging the Long Tail of Digital Preservation," keynote for Digital Archiving, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology/Center for Digital Tradition, Karlsruhe, Germany, 14 November 2014. http://codigt.de/2014/11/13/programm-der-tagung-digitale-archivierung-karlsruhe-14-11-14/, accessed November 24, 2014.
"Generation Emulation" and "Unreliable Archivists," panel and closing keynote at Symposium on Audiovisual and Digital Archiving, National Institute of Anthropology and History, National Coordination of Cultural Heritage Conservation (CNCPC) and the National School of Conservation, Restoration and Museology (ENCRyM), Mexico City, 28 and 29 October 2014. http://sipad2014.sched.org, accessed November 5, 2014.
Co-organizer, 2nd Biennial Digital Humanities Week, University of Maine, series of twelve events, 7-10 October 2013. More at http://digitalhumanities.nmdprojects.net, accessed on 14 April 2014.
"Go Forth and Multiply: What the Discovery of Warhol's Computer Art Tells Us about Digital Conservation," Trapped: Andy Warhol's Amiga Experiments, Carnegie Library Lecture Hall, Pittsburgh, 10 May 2014. Press release at http://studioforcreativeinquiry.org/public/cmu-warhol-amiga-press-release.pdf, accessed December 12, 2014.
Featured contributor, "Art, New Media, and Social Memory," discussion on Yasmin email list, June-August 2014, http://yasminlist.blogspot.com, accessed August 18, 2014.
"Go Forth and Multiply: What the Discovery of Warhol's Computer Art Tells Us about Digital Conservation," Trapped: Andy Warhol's Amiga Experiments, Carnegie Library, Pittsburgh, 10 May 2014.
"Seeing Double," workshop contribution Preserving.exe conference, Library of Congress, 20-21 May 2013. More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/2013/05/the-ex-files-how-long-will-our-software-last/.
"Crowdsourced Curating," workshop contribution to Digital Curation Summit organized by Arizona, Hopkins, and Simmons, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, 8 January 2013. More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/2013/02/digital-curation-summit-asks-what-do-todays-curators-need-to-know/, accessed 30 April 2013.
Keynote for International Audiovisual Festival on Museums and Heritage, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, 9-12 October, 2012. More at http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/660122.
Co-presenter with Joline Blais, "Redesigning Reality," School for Cinematic Studies, University of Southern California, 2 March 2012. More at http://web-app.usc.edu/ws/eo2/calendar/113/event/893758, accessed 12 April 2012.
"Scripting Variable Media," Institute for Multimedia Literacy, University of Southern California, 28 February 2012.
"Trusting Amateurs with Our Future," keynote for The Fifth National Symposium of the Brazilian Association of Cyberculture Researchers, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil, 16 November 2011. More at http://www.simposio2011.abciber.org.
Co-organizer, 1st Biennial Digital Humanities Week, University of Maine, series of seven events, 26-29 September 2011. More at http://digitalhumanities.nmdprojects.net, accessed on 14 April 2012.
Featured contributor, "Mobility Shifts," iDC (Institute for Distributed Creativity) forum (New York, New York) September 2011. Archived at https://lists.thing.net/pipermail/idc/.
"Incontro con Jon Ippolito," Museum of the Art of the 21st century (MAXXI), Rome, 19 December 2010. More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=896
Remote presenter, "The Panopticon Is Leaking," Digital Light: Technique, Technology, Creation, University of Melbourne, 19 March 2011. Presentation archived at http://three.org/ippolito/writing/panopticon_is_leaking/. More at http://digital-light.net.au/.
Co-presenter with Joline Blais, "Built-in Transparency: Networked Power and Glocal Models," The Promise and Problems of Transparency, William S. Cohen Papers Forum 2010, University of Maine, 12 November 2010. With Blais, organized hyperblog for live audience feedback at http://www.transparency.nmdprojects.net.
Remote presenter, "Digital archiving and Unlibraries," Art of Digital London, 28 October 2010, Free Word Centre/Mute magazine, London. More at http://artofdigitallondon.ning.com.
Featured contributor, "Archiving New Media Art: Ephemerality and/or Sustainability," Empyre forum (Sydney, Australia) September 2010. Archived at http://www.subtle.net/empyre.
"Which Commons: Market, Zoo, or Tribe?," Open Field, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 3 June 2010. Archived at http://three.org/ippolito/writing/which_commons/.
Co-presenter with John Bell, "The Topology of Creativity: User Ratings As Limiting Factors in the The Pool's Social Network," Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks, Leonardo satellite symposium, NetSci 2010, BarabásiLab -- Center for Complex Network Research, Northeastern University, Boston, 10 May 2010. http://artshumanities.netsci2010.net/abstracts/Bell_Ippolito.pdf
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, Mike Scott, and Owen Smith, New Media Capstone Night, Lord Hall, University of Maine, 28 April 2010. http://newmedia.umaine.edu/feature.php?id=955
Co-presenter with John Bell, Craig Dietrich, Nicole Starosielski, and Vanessa Vobis, Avoiding a Cultural Bottleneck: Networked, Distributed, and Agile Collaborations, HASTAC 2010: Grand Challenges and Global Innovations Conference, 15 April 2010. http://www.ichass.illinois.edu/hastac2010.
Co-presenter with Joline Blais, "Beyond Facebook: From Cliques to Kinship," Women in the Curriculum / Womens Studies program, University of Maine, Orono, 30 March 2010. http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=794.
"Learning from Mario: How To Crowdsource Preservation," DOCAM 2010, L'Université de Quebec à Montréal, Montreal, 4 March 2010. http://www.docam.ca/en/annual-summits/2010-summit/425-crowdsourcing-preservation.html
Featured contributor with Richard Rinehart, Collecting and Commissioning Variable Media Art, New Media Curating discussion list (CRUMB), organized by University of Sunderland, UK, March 2010. http://crumbweb.org/
Organizer, Contagious Idea Expo, Foster Innovation Center, University of Maine, 7 December 2009. More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=759.
Organizer, "Technology versus History: A Talk with Laura Barreca," Still Water, University of Maine, 30 November 2009. http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=764
"From 'Publish or Perish' to 'Distribute or Die'," at The Art of Collaboration, University of California at Santa Cruz, October 22-23, 2009. http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=748
Co-presenter with Joline Blais, "New Media Join the Rest of the World," Future Now, Espacio Enter, Tenerife (Canary Islands), 24-26 September 2009. More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=744.
"Think like a Network," remote presentation, The Art of With, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK, 24 June 2009. Summary in "The Art of With" report, archived at http://www.cornerhouse.org/media/Learn/Reports%20and%20studies/The_Art_of_With_Report.pdf. More at http://www.blog.still-water.net/?p=743.
"Out of the Hothouse and into the Wild," presentation with Joline Blais at Experts Forum, ARCO Madrid, 15 February 2009.
Presenter, Expert meeting, Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation (New York), 23-25 January 2009.
Organizer, second international meeting, Forging the Future consortium, Lucerne-in-Maine, 9-12 September 2008.
"Can Creativity Be Crowdsourced?" presentation with John Bell at the Berkman Center for the Internet and Society, Harvard, 29 July 2008.
"Whose Tool Is This Anyway?," Subversion, Conversion, Development: Public Interests in Technologies, Centre for Research in Art, Social Sciences, and the Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge, 24-26 April 2008.
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, Code and Creativity 7: New Media from the Microbial to the Transnational, University of Maine, 24-26 March 2008.
Remote presenter at Preserving Virtual Worlds, Stanford University, 18-19 February 2008.
"Art on the Edge", presentation with Joline Blais, Long Now Foundation, San Francisco, 15 December 2007. Video archived at http://fora.tv/2007/12/14/Expanding_Art_Beyond_Its_Traditional_Borders, accessed 15 June 2008.
"Tre Minaccie," Fast-forward on New Media conference, Palazzo di Arti Napoli (PAN), Naples, 22 November 2007.
"A preview of the 3rd-Generation Variable Media Questionnaire," DOCAM Summit, Daniel P. Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, Montreal, 26 September 2007.
Organizer, international meeting of the Forging the Future consortium, Daniel P. Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, Montreal, 25 September 2007.
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, Connected Knowledge 2007, Banff New Media Institute, 27-30 July 2007.
"Art After Institutions," Argos in cooperation with the International Visitors Program for Media Arts organized by Digitaal Platform IAK/IBK and Flanders Image, Brussels, May 17, 2007. More information at www.argosarts.org.
"At the Edge of Art," presentation with Joline Blais at Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono, April 11, 2007.
"Canon Fodder: Why Distributed Culture Makes Academics Nervous," Visual Studies Symposia, University of Maine, Orono, April 2, 2007.
"Cold Peaks and Warm Foothills," Herberger College for the Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe, March 6, 2007.
"Artificial Life and Natural Death," discussion with Stewart Brand and Kevin Kelly, New Media and Social Memory, University of California, Berkeley, January 18, 2007. Webcast at bampfa.berkeley.edu/podcasts/art/newmedia/MED2227.
"New Media and Art," roundtable organized by Comparative Media Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, October 26, 2006. More info at http://cms.mit.edu/events/eventInfo.php?eventID=026.
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, Connected Knowledge 2006, Lucerne Inn, Lucerne-in-Maine, November 16-19, 2006.
Guest lecturer, classes in "Becoming Digital" and "Introduction to Comparative Media Studies", Massachusetts Institute of Technology, October 26, 2006.
"In Net We Trust," Online Conference on the Impact of Digital Media, New Media Caucus, October 24, 2006.
Online forum for Digital Media, Credibility, and Youth, MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Media and Learning, October 12-16, 2006.
"Art, Play, and Community: A Book Event with Joline Blais, Alex Galloway and Jon Ippolito," Rhizome.org/The New Museum, New York, September 8, 2006.
"Art As Antibody: A Redefinition of Art for the Internet Age," ISEA (Inter-Society for Elecronic Arts), San Jose: Transvergence symposium, August 7-13, 2006.
"Roundtable on New Media and the Art World, Forma/CRUMB (University of Sunderland), Newcastle, England, June 3, 2006.
"At the Edge," Annenberg Center for Communication, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, June 20, 2006.
"The Edge of Art: Distributed Design," Regent Street Apple Store, London, May 31, 2006.
"Art at the Edge of Time," Institute of Contemporary Art, London, May 30, 2006.
"Networks and Museums," (Keynote speaker), Polylogues, MARCEL-Access Grid teleconference with UMaine, Georgia Tech, University of East London, and CIANT/Charles University (Prague), February 15, 2006.
"Three Threats to the Survival of New Media," REFRESH! First International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology, Banff New Media Institute, October 1, 2005, archived at three.org/ippolito/newmediarecognition/three_threats.html. Attended private post-conference summit.
"Rescuing Internet2 from the Future," Art and the Network Space, MARCEL-SIGGRAPH teleconference with UMaine, ZKM (Karlsruhe), Wimbledon (London), and CIANT (Prague), August 4, 2005, archived at newmedia.umaine.edu/marcel/rescuing_internet2@v-(cop.html.
"New Media Education and Its Discontents," The Graduate Center, City University of New York, May 6, 2005. (newmediaeducation.org)
Co-organizer, Code and Creativity IV: Altered Presence, University of Maine, April 2005. Moderated "At a Distance: The Prehistory of New Media."
Co-organizer, Conference on the Intellectual Commons, University of Maine, November 20, 2004. Moderated "Creators and the Commons: Why and How To Share." Webcast archived at commons.umaine.edu/coic/.
Co-organizer and moderator, Echoes of Art: Emulation As Preservation Strategy, Guggenheim Museum, New York, May 8, 2004. Information at variablemedia.net/e/seeingdouble.
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, Code and Creativity II: Cracking the Codes, Still Water for network art and culture, University of Maine, Orono, 25-29 April, 2004. Co-organized "Tech tête-à-tête" workshop, co-moderated "Cracking the Codes" public presentation, and participated in "Critical Collaborative Artistic Practices in the Networks," teleconference presentation for Free Cooperation conference, Department of Media Study, SUNY-Buffalo, April 25, 2004.
"The Open Art Network," at Share/Sharealike: A Panel Discussion with Lawrence Lessig, Eyebeam Atelier, New York, November 22, 2003.
"The Variable Media Questionnaire," at Archiving the Avant-Garde, Berkeley Art Museum + Pacific Film Archives, November 12, 2003.
"Digital Performance: Damnation or Salvation," at Performance Documentation and Preservation in an Online Environment, Theatre Library Association, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, October 10, 2003.
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, Code and Creativity, Still Water for network art and culture, University of Maine, Orono, 17-19 September, 2003. Co-organized "Tech tête-à-tête" workshops, moderated "Code As Creative Writing," and co-organized and participated in "The Future of Code: An Internet2 teleconference."
"Missing Links," at Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF03), organized by V2, Rotterdam, February 26, 2003. Archived at deaf.v2.nl, accessed May 29, 2003.
Co-organizer with Joline Blais, "Networked Digital Salon," MARCEL Internet 2 teleconference with University of Maine, Orono; Ryerson University, Toronto; Wimbledon School of Art, London; School of Visual Arts, New York, May 16, 2003; Description at three.org/blais/nds.
"Rescuing Digital Culture from the Future," lecture at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland, April 23, 2003.
"Missing Links 2", at New Media Theory and Aesthetics panel, New York Digital Salon, organized by The School of Visual Arts (SVA), New York, April 22, 2003.
Co-presenter with Joline Blais, "Looking for Art in All the Wrong Places," at What Future for Art? Four Days on Art and Multimedia, Mediateca Caixaforum, Fundacio La Caixa, Barcelona, November 9, 2002. Archived at www.mediatecaonline.net/ivjornades/cas/ponencies_ippolito.htm
Co-presenter with Alain Depocas, Caitlin Jones, and Carol Stringari, "The Variable Media Network," Expert Meeting on Multimedia Installations, The International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art (INCCA), Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage, Amsterdam, October 10, 2002.
Moderator, "Collecting the Uncollectible," Guggenheim Museum, April 9, 2002.
Organizer and moderator, "Who Controls New Media: Open Art in Closed Systems," Guggenheim Museum, March 21, 2002. Webcast archived at eon.law.harvard.edu/whocontrols.
Participant, "Art, Technology, and Intellectual Property," 100th American Assembly, Columbia University/Arden House, Harriman, New York, February 8, 2002.
Co-presenter with Joline Blais, "Looking for Art in All the Wrong Places," Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York, November 26; The Kitchen, May 28; and Columbia University Teachers' College, June 15, 2002.
"Cats and Dogs" at The Straw that Broke the Museum's Back: Digital Art On-line and On-site, Museum Computer Network conference, Cincinnati, October 26, 2001.
Featured participant, DMZ on the Web online forum, Art Center Nabi, www.nabi.or.kr, September 20-October 20, 2001.
Keynote speaker, "Takeover: Who Are the Artists of Tomorrow," Ars Electronica, Linz, September 2, 2001.
"Permanence through Change," presented at the 3rd Digital Preservation Seminar, organized by Howard Besser and Jill Sterret, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, April 13, 2001.
Organizer with John G. Hanhardt, Preserving the Immaterial: A Conference on Variable Media, Guggenheim, March 30-31, 2001. Author and designer of associated Web site and questionnaire launched March 20 at www.guggenheim.org/variable media.
"Browsing a Gallery/Browsing the Web" at The Presentation of Online Art in Physical Space, panel organized by Christina Wang in conjunction with the exhibition Dystopia + Identity, Tribes Gallery, New York, January 6, 2001. Webcast archived at www.tribes.org/dystopia.
"Should You Feel Guilty Turning Off the Machine?" at Blur: New Creative Practices within Developing Technologies, colloquium and presentation organized by Carol Stakenas under the auspices of Creative Time and Thundergulch, New School University, New York, January 12, 2001.
"Museum As Bootstrap" at Museums in the New Millennium panel, Location One (organized by Thundergulch and the New York New Media Association), New York, November 16, 2000, videostream archived at www.location1.org.
Moderator, "Subversion or Promotion: Net Art and Corporate Culture" panel for .art frontiers: Partners in Art and Industry, Stanford Research Institute (organized by The Kitchen and Ground Zero), November 3, 2000.
Guest "Luminary," Revisioning Television, Eyebeam Atelier (New York) and University of California at San Diego, online forum at www.eyebeam-television.ucsd.edu, October 23-November 30, 2000.
"Edge Conditions, or Building a Better Cookie Cutter" at Digital Object conference organized by Carl Goodman, American Museum of the Moving Image, New York, October 5-6, 2000.
Participant, New Media Technologies and the Arts colloquium organized by Joan Shigekawa, Rockefeller Foundation, New York, August 17-18, 2000.
"The Creative Misuse of Technology" at the first conference on Information Technology and Creativity, The National Academies, Washington, D.C., August 14, 2000.
"What Does an Online Art Exhibition Offer That a Curator's Bookmarks Don't?" at Global Intersections: Wiring the World conference organized by Christina Yang, The Kitchen, New York, May 10, 2000.
Presenter, New Media and the Arts panel, Christie's Education, New York, May 8, 2000.
Participant, Association of Independent Video and Film (AIVF) colloquium on streaming media, April 11, 2000.
Guest participant (with Keith Frank), EAT: Technology Art Entertainment, listserve organized by the Walker Art Center, February 11-May 7, 2000, archived at www.walkerart.org/salons/eat.
Remote presenter, "Archiving the Web," Institute of Contemporary Art, London, February 22, 1999.
"Open Source, Proxy (Server)," organized by Zhang Ga, Parsons School of Design, December 13, 1999. Webcast archived at netart.parsons.edu.
"Remarks on Variable Media," video participation in Digital Art Conference 1999 (DAC99), Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, October 11, 1999.
"From Bookmarks to Curatorbots" at Cyberart99, Art and Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI), New York, May 9, 1999, audio archived at www.pseudo.com/links/archiveplay.asp?archtype=aud&archid=7717.
"Offline Obstacles to Online Art" at The Online Art World: A Work-in-Progress (Reception and Interpretation) panel, Vera List Center/New School for Social Research, New York, May 17, 1999.
"Should Art Have an Expiration Date?" at The World Wide Web and the New Art Marketplace panel atCollege Art Association, Los Angeles, February 11, 1999.
Organizer and moderator, "The Space Between," panel discussion at the Guggenheim Museum, November 9, 1998.
Guest critic for "Blur Architecture," Hanni Rashid's course in the Advanced Architecture Design program, Columbia University, August 14, 1998.
"Fresh Technologies and Stale Assumptions," presented at International Congress on the Status of the Artist in the Contemporary World, UNESCO, Paris, conference co-sponsored by the Getty Conservation Institute, June 17, 1997. Collaborative artwork Agree to Disagree Online featured at the UNESCO Forum, June 16-20, 1997.
Guest lecture for "Exploding Genres," Joline Blais' course in the Media Studies Department at New York University, May 7, 1997.
"From Instruction to Extraction: Learning through Distributed Aesthetics," at Exploring America's Cultures: Art, Culture, and Technology conference, Columbia University Teachers College, New York, April 19, 1997.
"The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Sex," at Cyberspace: Trojan Horse or Roman Holiday? panel at College Art Association, New York, February 12, 1997.
"Sidestepping Technology," at Artists Talk on Art panel, Fulcrum Gallery, New York, October 1993.
"Bad Breeding," at Cybersexuality, New York University panel, Loeb Student Center, April 25, 1996.
"Techfix: Breaking through Status Quo Deterence," at All-Ivy Conference on Nuclear Arms, Dartmouth, 1983.
Seeing Double: Emulation in Theory and Practice, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, March 19-May 16, 2004. Co-organized with Caitlin Jones and Carol Stringari.
Co-curator, Vectors: Digital Art of Our Time, 10th Annual New York Digital Salon, World Financial Center, New York, April 22 - May 25, 2003. Organized by the School of Visual Arts, New York. Associated Web site at www.nydigitalsalon.org/10/.
2002 Internet art commissions, Guggenheim Museum Web site. Wrote online essays "Ten Myths about Internet Art," "What's in a (net) Flag?" and "John Simon's Unknowable Object" and designed and programmed curatorial introduction at www.guggenheim.org/internetart.
The Worlds of Nam June Paik, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, February 10-April 26, 2000. Co-organized with John G. Hanhardt.
Juror, "Digital 2000," Art and Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI), New York, June 2000, exhibition archived at www.asci.org/digital2000.
"Electric Sky" and, with Timothy Druckrey, "Digital Techtonics," CyberAtlas, Guggenheim Museum, an ongoing series of interactive maps of cyberspace for the Guggenheim Web site (cyberatlas.guggenheim.org).
Virtual Reality: An Emerging Medium, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, October 23-November 1, 1993. Wrote brochure, organized Guggenheim symposium "Art after Virtual Reality" in conjunction with the exhibition, October 27.
Fabrizio Plessi, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, June 17-September 13, 1998. Author, "Fabrizio Plessi," in @Guggenheim (Summer 1998), unpaginated. Programmer, Plessi feature for Guggenheim videowall.
Mediascape, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, June 14-September 15, 1996. Author, "Mediascape," in @Guggenheim (Summer 1996, unpaginated.
Gary Hill, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, May 11-August 20, 1995. Winner, International Association of Art Critics 1995 Award for best museum exhibition of new media.
Rebecca Horn, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, June 25-October 1, 1993 (European tour 1993-94).
U-Me Vote with Joline Blais, community Web site for voters in the 2004 American election, Still Water, Fall 2004, newmedia.umaine.edu/stillwater/ume_vote/. Re-released as U-Me Vote 2006 for the 2006 midterm elections.
Meg Haskell, "Experts say to respect ‘hierarchy of grief’ with death and social media," Bangor Daily News, 12 June 2017, archived at http://bangordailynews.com/2017/06/12/next/experts-say-to-respect-hierarchy-of-grief-with-death-and-social-media, accessed 12 June 2017.
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Jennifer Mitchell, "Belfast Eco-Village at Five Years: Idealism Meets Reality," interview for Maine Public Radio, 15 August 2012, http://www.mpbn.net/Home/tabid/36/ctl/ViewItem/mid/3478/ItemId/23301/Default.aspx, accessed 2 February 2013.
Karina de Freitas, "Preservation of Media Arts," interview for Techno Arte News, 24 July 2012, featured in Wired, 26 July 2012. http://tecnoartenews.com/news-in-english/preservation-of-media-arts-interview-with-jon-ippolito-by-karina-de-freitas-2, http://www.wired.com/beyond_the_beyond/2012/07/dead-media-beat-preservation-of-media-arts-with-jon-ippolito/, both accessed 24 August 2012.
Fernando Alfonso III, "Why Reaction GIFs are the new Emoticon," Daily Dot, May 18, 2012, http://www.dailydot.com/culture/reaction-gifs-history-jon-ippolito-emoticon/, accessed 2 February 2013.
Nicole Gerber, "Linked with Ink," interview for WVII ABC 7/WFVX Fox Bangor television, 27 and 30 April 2012, archived at http://www.youtube.com/reporternicolegerber, accessed 24 August 2012.
"Major Web Sites Protest Two Federal Bills," interview for ABC-7 Nightly News TV Bangor, 18 January 2012, archived at http://three.org/ippolito/press/11orono_abc_sopa.m4v, accessed 12 April 2012.
Andrew Ramadge, "Legohacker turns Star Wars sets into Star Trek," News.com, 20 August 2010, archived at http://www.news.com.au/technology/legohacker-turns-star-wars-blocks-into-star-trek/story-e6frfro0-1225907885144#ixzz16gxXeGSc, accessed 20 August 2010.
Curtis Silver, "Hacking Lego Star Wars Into Star Trek," Wired, 17 August 2010, archived at http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2010/08/hacking-lego-star-wars-into-star-trek/, accessed 20 August 2010.
Zachary McCune, "Q + A with Jon Ippolito and John Bell on Open Source Art," Berkman Center for the Internet and Society, Harvard, 28 July 2008, archived at http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/node/4489, accessed on May 29, 2009.
Interview by Dominico Quaranta, "Leaping into the abyss and resurfacing with a pearl," Noema (Ravenna, Italy), (November 2005), at www.noemalab.org/sections/wandp/musem_netart/ippolito.html, mirrored at www.nettime.org/Lists-Archives/nettime-l-0511/msg00071.html.
Maria Margaroni, "Postmodern Crises of Mediation and the Passing of the Museum," parallax (London) 11, no. 4 (2005), pp. 93–103.
Megan Winget, "Action and Interaction in Music and New Media Art: Exploration of Musicians' Performative and Interactive Decisions as Evidenced by Annotated Musical Scores," ACH/ALLC 2005, posted July 25, 2005, at mustard.tapor.uvic.ca:8080/cocoon/ach_abstracts/proof/paper_71_winget.pdf, accessed May 16, 2006.
Megan Winget, "Like a Wave Upon the Sand: Digital Preservation of Variable Media Art," posted July 25, 2005, at www.unc.edu/~winget/research/Winget_DigPres.pdf, accessed May 16, 2006.
Juan Freire, "Open Art: recombinación para la creación," posted August 25, 2005, to nomada.blogs.com/jfreire/2005/08/open_art_recomb.html.
Adam Forest, "Open Source Art," Fractured Atlas (Spring 2005: The Arts and Technology Issue), www.fracturedatlas.org/site/newsletter/article/27, accessed May 16, 2006.
Michelle Delio, "Copyright Doesn't Cover This Site," Wired News (San Francisco), posted December 16, 2003 at www.wired.com/news/infostructure/0,1377,61585,00.html.
Ying-Yi Chou, "The Internet As Creative Environment: Practice and Explorations with Internet Technology of Three Selected Artists," dissertation posted 2003 to etd.lib.fsu.edu/theses/available/etd-09212003-192501/unrestricted/ YingYiChouElectronicDissertation2.pdf.
Gabe Friedman, "To Err Is Creative in Net Art," Wired News (San Francisco), posted May 12, 2003 at www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,58736,00.html.
Juan Antonio Pastor, "Bit by Bit: Making Sense of Digital Art," Readme, published by the New York University Journalism Department, no. 3, launched December 2002 at journalism.fas.nyu.edu/pubzone/ReadMe/mega4.html, accessed March 9, 2003.
"Musei virtuali per arte virtuale", SuperEva (Milan) February 2002, guide.supereva.it/arte_moderna/interventi/2002/08/116363.shtml, accessed March 10, 2003.
Kendra Mayfield, "How To Preserve Digital Art," Wired News (San Francisco), July 23, 2002, archived at http://www.wired.com/news/print/0,1294,53712,00.html, accessed on August 1, 2002.
"Internet Art," interview for Tech Ranch radio, March 25-29, 2002. Archived online at www.bazzirk.com/tr_archives/techranch2002_0325.asp, accessed April 9, 2002.
Cay Dickson, "Fast Art," The Houston Chronicle, April 16, 2002. Archived at www.chron.com/cs/CDA/story.hts/tech/weekly/1367883, accessed March 9, 2003.
Interview by Michael Vaughan, "The Bottom Line with Michael Vaughan," Report on Business Television, March 25, 6 PM, 2002.
Oliver Samson, "Datensalat und kulturelles Erbe," Deutsche Welle (Cologne), 18.08.2002, archived at www.dw-world.de/german/0,3367,1575_A_608339,00.html, accessed March 12, 2003.
Warren Sack, "What Does a Very Large-Scale Conversation Look Like? Artificial Dialectics and the Graphical Summarization of Large Volumes of E-Mail," Leonardo (Cambridge) 35, No. 4 (2002), pp. 417–426.
Beryl Graham, "The Denizens are Restless in Turing-Land: New Media Art and Collaboration," Switch (San Jose), no. 17, archived at switch.sjsu.edu/nextswitch/switch_engine/front/front.php?artc=136, posted February 1, 2002.
Lev Manovich, "Models of Authorship in New Media," Switch no. 17 (Winter 2002), archived atit
switch.sjsu.edu/nextswitch/switch_engine/front/front.php?artc=65, posted on February 1, 2002.
Gabriele Blome, "Art Context Internet," Netzspannung Journal, Issue 0, archived at netzspannung.org/journal/issue0/artcontext/?lang=en, accessed March 9, 2003.
Beth Jackson, "Collecting the Virtual: Acquiring Digital Media," OzeCulture (Brisbane), June 2001, archived at www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/conference1/2001/jackson, accessed March 9, 2003.
Ck Kuebel, "Calling on the Art of the Future," NYArts (New York), 58 (October 2001). Archived at nyartsmagazine.com/58/callingon.htm, accessed March 10, 2003.
Doug Bedell, "Dead Media Project takes note of departed and nearly departed technologies," The Dallas Morning News, run date April 25, 2001, archived at www.azstarnet.com/public/startech/archive/042501/wire1.html.
Karen Michel, "Video Virtuoso," National Public Radio (NPR), April 17, 2000, audiostream archived at www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1073043, accessed May 3, 2004. Rebroadcast over Voice of America, September 2000; partial transcript archived at ibb7.ibb.gov/thisweek/library/archive/sep00/virtuoso.html, accessed April 8, 2003.
Barbara Basting, "Netzkunst provoziert die Kunstmuseen," Xcult (2000), archived at www.xcult.ch/texte/basting/01/museen.html, accessed March 10, 2003.
Reinhard Storz, "Texte, Scripts und Codes," Xcult (Basel), archived at www.xcult.ch/texte/rest/code.html, accessed March 10, 2003.
Jeanne Bouhey, "Museums in the New Millennium," Platform (Published by AEA Consulting, London/New York) Volume One, Number Six (December 2000), archived at www.aeaconsulting.com/site/platform1i6c.html, accessed at March 23, 2003.
Scott Rettberg, "The Pleasure (and Pain) of Link Poetics," Electronic Book Review, January 10, 2002, archived at www.electronicbookreview.com/v3/servlet/ebr? command=view_essay& essay_id=rettbergrip&glosses=on, accessed January 6, 2004.
Sandor Vegh, "Hacktivists or Cyberterrorists? The Changing Media Discourse on Hacking," First Monday, archived at www.theexperiment.org/articles_printer.php?news_id=1872, accessed January 6, 2004.
Susan Morris, "Museums & New Media Art," research report commissioned by The Rockefeller Foundation, October 2001. Archived at www.rockfound.org/Documents/528/Museums_and_New_Media_Art.pdf, accessed January 6, 2004.
Giselle Beiguelman interviewed by Rick Silva, "The Book after the Book," History of Internet Art: Fictions and Factions, University of Colorado at Boulder Web site, art.colorado.edu/hiaff/NT_PR_ART01_Intvs.htm, accessed January 6, 2004.
Interview by Rebecca Sharp, "The Ephemeral Will Endure:The Future of Conceptual Art and Digital Preservation," DigiCULT.Info, no. 2 (October 2002), pp. 9-11, mirrored online at www.digicult.info/pages/pubpop.php?file=www.digicult.info/downloads/digicult_info2.pdf, accessed December 29, 2003.
Michael Macedonia, "Revitalizing Museums with Digital Technology," Computer (February 2003), pp. 94-96.
Domenico Quaranta, "Net Art e Virtual Museums," Noemalab, www.noemalab.com/ sections/ideas/ideas_articles/pdf/quaranta_musei_netart_3.pdf, accessed January 6, 2004.
prominent citations: print
Beryl Graham, ed., New Collecting: Exhibiting and Audiences after New Media Art (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014), passim.
Cat Hope and John Charles Ryan, Digital Arts (New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014), passim.
Annet Dekker, ed., Speculative Scenarios (Eindhoven: Baltan, 2013), ebook at http://issuu.com/baltanlaboratories/docs/speculativescenarios_issuu, accessed 20 August 2013.
Katherine Hayles, How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis (University of Chicago Press, 2012), audio interview archived at http://howwethink.nkhayles.com/interviews, accessed 20 August 2013.
Matthias Weber, Mittlere Museumsreife, WEAVE magazine 02.2013 (April/May 2013), pp. 106-11; summary at http://www.weave.de/digitaleskulturgut0213/, accessed 11 June 2013.
Marcia Clemmitt, "Internet Regulation," Congressional Quarterly Researcher 22, no. 14 (April 13, 2012), pp. 325-348, online at http://www.cqresearcher.com, accessed April 13, 2012.
Anne Laforet, Le Net Art au musée: Stratégies de conservation des oeuvres en ligne (Paris, France Quercy, 2011), pp. 52, 71, 88, 104-12, 116, 158.
Bruce Wands, Art of the Digital Age (London: Thames & Hudson, 2006), p. 206.
Abbas Ali, "Digital futures," Museums Journal (London), 111: 2 (January 2011), pp. 32-35.
Christiane Paul, ed., New Media Art in the White Cube and Beyond (UCLA Press, 2008), passim.
Domenico Quaranta, "Art Gamers," in GameScapes (ex. cat., Monza Civic Gallery, Italy, October 13 – 29, 2006), archived at http://www.domenicoquaranta.net/GameScapes/Quaranta_ArtGamers_eng.pdf, accessed 12 May 2008.
Bruce Altshuler, ed. Collecting the New (Princeton University Press: Princeton and Oxford, 2005), pp. 85, 91, 94, 95, 98, 175.
Grahame Weinbren, "Navigating the Ocean of Streams of Story," in Marsha Kinder and Tara McPherson (eds.), Interactive Frictions (Los Angeles: University of California Press), forthcoming.
Rachel Greene, Internet Art (London: Thames & Hudson, 2004), p. 129.
Alexander R. Galloway, Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2004), pp. 201, 204.
John G. Hanhardt and Caitlin Jones, Nam June Paik: Global Groove (New York: Guggenheim, 2004), p. 9.
National Research Council, Beyond Productivity: Information Technology, Innovation, and Creativity (Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003), pp. 183, 247.
Christiane Paul, Digital Art (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003), p. 116.
Kevin F. McCarthy and Elizabeth Heneghan Ondaatje, From Celluloid to Cyberspace: The Media Arts and the Changing Arts World (Santa Monica: RAND, 2002), pp. 34, 38.
Lev Manovich, The Language of New Media (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001), p. 42-43
Stephen Wilson, Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2002), p. 594).
Martin Dodge and Rob Kitchin, An Atlas of Cyberspaces (Harlow: Addison-Wesley, 2001), p. 250.
Vuk Cosic, Net Art per Me (Venice Biennale: 2001), archived at absoluteone.ljudmila.org/netart.php, accessed March 12, 2003.
John C. Welchman, Art after Appropriation: Essays on Art in the 1990s (New York: Routledge, 2001), pp. 211, 282.
prominent citations: electronic
Craig Dietrich (with Jon Ippolito), "A Path towards Global Reach: The Pool," in R. Trebor Scholz, ed., Learning Through Digital Media: Experiments in Technology and Pedagogy, (New York: New School, 2011). Printed book, ebook, and Web site at http://learningthroughdigitalmedia.net/), accessed on 1 May 2011.
"New Criteria for New Media" by Joline Blais, Steve Evans, Jon Ippolito, Nathan Stormer, and Owen Smith, is the most downloaded article of all time for MIT's Leonardo Journal, with 976 downloads as of 4 May 2010. More at http://www.mitpressjournals.org/action/showMostReadArticles?journalCode=leon
Barbara U. Schmidt, "At the Edge of Art," Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Online Reviews, 29 January 2008, at http://www.mediaartresearch.at/en/buch_detail.php?iMenuID=84&iProjectID=572, accessed on 1 June 2008.
Richard Rinehart, "The Straw that Broke the Museum's Back? Collecting and Preserving Digital Media Art Works for the Next Century," Switch (San Jose), no. 14, posted June 14, 2000, archived at switch.sjsu.edu/web/v5n3/C-1.html
Electronic Literature Directory, directory.wordcircuits.com/, accessed March 9, 2003.
Steve Dietz, "Memory_Archive_Database v 3.0," Switch (San Jose) no. 13 archived at switch.sjsu.edu/web/v5n3/C-1.html, accessed March 11, 2003.
Advisory Board member, Webrecorder, 2015-present
Advisory Board member, e-Installation project, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT)/ZAK | Zentrum für Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft und Studium Generale, Germany, 2014-17
Guest advisor, Preserving Virtual Worlds 2, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne, Stanford, University of Maryland, and Rochester Institute of Technology, 2012.
Advisory Board member, Preservation and Access Framework for Digital Art Objects, Cornell University, 2013.
Technical advisor on new media and participatory art, Colby Art Museum, Waterville, ME, 2013.
Executive Member, The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences ("Webby Awards"), 2010 to present.
Group of Experts, Global Net Society Institute, http://www.artechmedia.org/globalnetsi, 2011 to present.
Board member, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Leonardo journal / MIT Press, November 2009-present.
Board member, Media Art Digital Library (MADL): Documentation, Restoration, Dissemination and Access to the Audiovisual Artworks, coordinated by the MAXXI Museum, Rome, and the University of Udine, Italy, April 2010-present.
Member, Stewart New Media/ Art building Architect Selection Committee, University of Maine, fall 2009.
Board member, Technology/New Media Committee, Maine Arts Commission, 2008-11.
Stillwater Society, University of Maine, 2008-present.
Vanguard advisory group, UC Berkeley Center for New Media. 2007-11.
Online Review Advisory Board, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Media.Art.Research, Linz. 2007-11.
Fellows Forum, Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation, 2007-present.
Co-founder, Working Group on Recognition Metrics and Working Group on Distributed Publication, Interarchive Consortium, 2005 to present.
Artistic and Pedagogical Coordinator (with Joline Blais), MARCEL network, University of Maine node, 2004.
Independent reviewer for a grant candidate, MacArthur Foundation, 2003, 2015.
Advisor, IMAP (Independent Media Arts Preservation), 2003-04.
Founder and Co-Director, Variable Media Network, 2002 to present.
Founder and Director, Open Art Network, 2003 to present.
Contributing Editor, ArtByte magazine, 2001.
Thesis Adviser, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, New York University, 2001-02.
Thesis Reader, Center for Curatorial Studies and Contemporary Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, 2000, 2004.
Manuscript Reader, MIT Press, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2012.
Advisor, Rhizome ArtBase, 1999 to present.
eLearning Technology Grant, University of Maine, $2,000, spring 2016
Project Grant, Thoma Foundation, $10,000, 2016
Arts Writing Fellowship Award, Thoma Foundation, $30,000, spring 2015. Inaugural winner of this merit-based award, "the first of its kind to target the importance of writing that directly advances the scholarship, criticism and theory of the digital arts and evolving technologies within contemporary art."
eLearning Technology Grant, University of Maine, $2,000, spring 2015
Dean's Travel Fund, University of Maine, $600, fall 2011
F&A Award, University of Maine, $1,100, fall 2009
Principal investigator, Preservation and Access R&D Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities, $307,000, 2007.
University of Maine IT Faculty Stipend, $1200, 2005.
Co-investigator, National Endowment for the Arts grant, $40,000, 2003.
Curatorial Research Grant, American Center Foundation Fund for Arts Research, $5000, 2002.
Creativity and Culture Grant, Rockefeller Foundation, $100,000, 2002.
Best Museum Exhibition in New York (2nd place) for The Worlds of Nam June Paik, International Association of Art Critics, 2000.
Best Online Exhibition Site for CyberAtlas, Museums and the Web Conference, 1999 (www.archimuse.com/mw99/best).
(with Janet Cohen and Keith Frank unless otherwise noted)
offline three-person exhibitions
Three Degrees of Separation, Sandra Gering Gallery, New York, May 25-July 30, 2000. Online component launched May 25 at www.geringgallery.com.
Reviewed by Simon Hadler, "Talking 'bout a revolution?" ORF (Austrian Radio) 29 Jun 2000, Mirrored at kultur.orf.at//000626-3730/index.html, accessed December 29, 2003.
Reviewed by Reena Jana, "... But Is It Art?" Wired News, May 25, 2000, www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,36573,00.html, accessed May 25, 2000.
Reviewed by Pierre Robert in "Une révolution technologique divergente? L'oeuvre de Frank,Cohen et Ippolito : Three Degrees of Separation," Archée (Montreal), June 2000, archee.qc.ca/ar.php3?btn=texte&no=119.
Reviewed by Robert Atkins in "Conflict Irresolution," Mediachannel (New York), archived at www.mediachannel.org/arts/gallery/archive/june28.shtml, accessed March 12, 2003.
Cohen, Frank, Ippolito: The Argument Drawings, Arts Club of Chicago, June 13-July 28, 1999. Brochure, with essay by James Rondeau.
Reviewed by Alan G. Artner, "Summer Projects Full of Pleasures," Chicago Tribune, July 15, 1999, Section 5 page 2.
Reviewed by Andrew Patner, "Summer Project Exhibition," Chicago Sun-Times, July 20, 1999, page 32.
Variable Media: This Is Only a Test, FourWalls, San Francisco, February 13-March 13, 1999.
Reviewed by Apollinaire Scherr in East Bay Express (San Francisco), March 5, 1999, p. 41.
Erin Thurlow, "Cohen-Frank-Ippolito @ four walls," The Organizers of This Publication Assume No Responsibility for the Contents Herein (San Francisco) 6 (February 1999), unpaginated.
Fynn Sloyan, "Variable Media," The Organizers of This Publication Assume No Responsibility for the Contents Herein (San Francisco) 6 (February 1999), unpaginated.
Negotiation Is Highly Overrated, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, Project Room, November 1- December 10, 1997.
Reviewed by Cate McQuaid in The Boston Globe, November 6, 1997, p. C5.
Cohen, Frank, Ippolito: The Argument Drawings, Wynn Kramarsky, New York, March 17- April 12, 1997. Catalogue, with essay by François Quintin and text by the artists.
Reviewed by Janet Koplos in Art in America (New York) 85, no. 4 (November 1997), pp. 130-31.
Reviewed in Intelligent Agent (New York) 1, No. 11 (March '97), unpaginated. Also online at intelligentagent.com/IA_longi_artprojects.html.
Reviewed by Richard Barbeau in "Une site qui fonctionne bien," Archée (September 1998) at archee.qc.ca/praxis/annee/une_site_qui.htm.
Agree to Disagree: With Digressions (In the future, books will be replaced with maps), Printed Matter, New York, site-specific collaboration and artists' multiple with Cohen and Frank, October 4-November 23, 1996. Discussion with Cohen and Frank, moderated by Michael Blodget, held at Printed Matter in conjunction with the exhibition on November 22.
Reviewed by Angel López in NY Soho Arts, no. 4 (November 1996), p. 10.
Forward/Lateral, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, site-specific collaboration with Cohen and Frank, April 30-June 8 (extended through August), 1993.
Casting Lots, Yale University Art and Architecture Building, New Haven, site-specific collaboration with Cohen and Frank, February 2-12, 1993. Studio critiques and panel discussion with Cohen and Frank, moderated by David Pease, in conjunction with the exhibition.
offline group exhibitions
The International Festival of Multimedia Urban Arts, Belfort, France, December 14-20, 2000, and online at www.interferences.org, accessed January 6, 2004.
Remapping/Neural Networks, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, with concurrent presentation at Netspace Gallery, Artbrain.org, launched October 29th, 2002 www.artbrain.org/gallery2/ippolito.html, accessed January 25, 2003.
net.ephemera, Moving Image Gallery, New York, May 3‑31, 2001, and online at www.movingimagegallery.com, accessed May 7, 2001. Travelled to Chapman Gallery at Salford University in Manchester, November 19-30, and at Matthew Mirapaul, "What If Cinderella Hadn't Married the Prince?," The New York Times, September 14, 2000, Section G , Page 3.
Robert Atkins, "State of the (On-line) Art," Art in America (New York) 87, no. 4 (April 1999), pp. 89-93, 95.
Jon Goldstein, "Sites for Sore Eyes," Time Digital (New York), April 27, 1998, p. 11.
James Meyer, "Nostalgia and Memory: Legacies of the 1960s in Recent Work," Works from the Herbig Collection (New York: Christie's, 1998), pp. 26-35.
Barry Schwabsky, "Notes on Performative Art: Part 1" in art/text (Pasadena/Paddington) no. 59 (February-April 1998), pp. 40-43.
presentations and residencies
Presenter with Keith Frank, "The Upgrade: Three.org," The Upgrade!, Eyebeam Atelier, New York, October 16, 2001, archived at www.treasurecrumbs.com/theupgrade/01_10ippolito.html.
Presenter with Joline Blais, "The Politics of Perspective," cAT symposium, Aula do Risco, Lisbon, July 2000.
"Collider #24," Webcast interview of Jon Ippolito by G. H. Hovagimyan, The Thing, June 17, 1999, archived at bbs.thing.net/communicator.thing, accessed May 7, 2001.
Visiting artist (with Keith Frank) for Betty Beaumont's class "Digital Intermedia and the Multimedia Mind," The Gallatin School of Individualized Study, New York University, November 4, 1999.
Guest lecture, Fine Arts Department program, Parsons School of Design, New York, March 1, 1999.
Presenter with Janet Cohen and Keith Frank, "Differences of Opinion," FourWalls, San Francisco, February 18, 1999.
Presenter (with Cohen and Frank), "The Medium Is Not the Message," Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium, University of California at Berkeley, February 17, 1999.
Artists-in-residence, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, February 3-21, 1999, September 8-17, 2001, and December 13-19, 2007.
Guest lecture, Fine Arts Department program, Parsons School of Design, New York, April 27, 1998.
Saying: Words for Electronic Discourse, SIGGRAPH 97, Los Angeles, Art and Design Sketches and Creative Applications Laboratory, conference presentation by Janet Cohen, August 3-8, 1997.
Lannan Foundation Artist-in-Residency Grant for residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts, granted 1997.
Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award, 1997.
DNP '96 Achievement Award for art on the World Wide Web for Agree to Disagree: With Digressions, online project with Cohen and Frank, 1996.
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Vera List Center for the Visual Arts, MIT, Cambridge
Walker Art Center, Digital Arts Study Collection, Minneapolis
"Chance Encounters" in Guggenheim Magazine 5 (Spring/Summer 1994), pp. 45-47, 78.
presentations and teaching
Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation Fellows Forum, New York, 23 January 2009.
"Conceptual Art: A Look Back" and "Conceptual Art: A Look Forward," Christies Education Program, guest lectures, April 22 and May 28, 1997; May 7, 1998; April 21, 1999; April 25, 2001.
"Art as Exchange," Christies Education Program, guest lecture, May 21, 1996.
Rolywholyover A Circus by John Cage, traveling exhibition at Guggenheim Museum, April 23-August 7, 1994; curated events for New York presentation. Winner, International Association of Art Critics 1995 Award for best museum exhibition.
Robert Rauschenberg: Performance, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, September 19, 1997-January 4, 1998. Author, "Robert Rauschenberg: Performance/Technology" in @Guggenheim (Fall), unpaginated.
The Hugo Boss Prize: 1996, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, November 20, 1996-January 19, 1997; wrote catalogue texts on Laurie Anderson, Janine Antoni, Matthew Barney, Cai Guo Qiang, Stan Douglas, and Yasumasa Morimura.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, March 3-May 10, 1995 March (European tour 1995-96).
Robert Morris: The Mind-Body Problem, Guggenheim Museum exhibition European tour, 1994-1995; administrator, Robert Morris Archive (1995-present).
Photography in Contemporary German Art: 1960 to the Present, traveling exhibition at Guggenheim Museum, February 10-May 9, 1993.
Urbana Arts Council, Urbana, Ohio, one-person exhibition, August 2-31, 1993.
Projected Site, Center for Studies in Music Technology, New Haven, site-specific installation, April 1991-January 1995.
Interrupted Lives, ARTSPACE, New Haven, group exhibition on subject of AIDS, January 11-February 23, 1991.
Peirce College, Philadelphia, four-person exhibition, November 11-26, 1988.
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Ohio, two-person exhibition, December 3, 1988-January 11, 1989.
Student exhibitions at Yale (1989-91), Studio Art School of the Aegean (1987), Tyler (1987), Harvard (1982, 1983), and Binghamton University (1979, 1980).
Designer and author, Angelo Ippolito: Color as Light (ex cat: Rockland, ME: Yvette Torres Fine Art, 2018)
Conceptual designer, editor, and Chronology author, Angelo Ippolito (ex cat: Binghamton University Art Museum, 2003), color illustrations, 100 pages.
"Minding the Gap: Amy Eshoo's In‑Between," Stretcher 2.0, www.stretcher.org/reviews/eshoo/eshoo_ji.html, launched San Francisco, February 9th, 2002.
"Milky Way" in "My Favorite Visual Thing: An Interactive Survey of Optic Desire," Feed magazine, posted September 28, 1999 at www.feedmag.com/art/fav.php3.
"Recognition and Rescue: The Martin Ramirez Drawings at the Guggenheim Museum," Guggenheim Magazine (New York), vol. 13 (Fall 1999), pp. 6-9.
"Justin McCarthy," in Self-Taught Artists of the 20th Century: An American Anthology (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1998), in conjunction with exhibitions at Museum of American Folk Art, New York and Moore College of Art, Philadelphia; Elsa Longhauser and Harald Szeemann, curators.
Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Artists (NY and Paris: Abrams/Hazan, 1996), contributing author to CD-ROM.
"Meret Oppenheim: Beyond the Teacup" in @Guggenheim (Summer 1996), unpaginated.
presentations and teaching
"Angelo Ippolito and the Provincetown Moment," Fred Schiff Lecture Series, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, June 19, 2004, rebroadcast on Provincetown Community Television.
Panelist, "Emerging Artists," Christies Education Program, April 12, 1999.
Guest critic, Art Center College of Design, Pasedena, February 1999.
Visiting Professor, "Studio Perspectives," graduate painting course at the Yale School of Art, co-taught with Janet Cohen, Keith Frank, and Carroll Dunham, Fall 1998.
Visiting artist (with Cohen and Frank) for Wiley Carr's course in painting at Southern Connecticut State University, May 11.
"Recognition and Reappraisal: The Discovery of Martin Ramirez's Drawings at the Guggenheim," guest lecture at the Museum of American Folk Art, New York, March 26
"Landscape and the Revision of Nature," guest lecture at the International School of Umbria, Montecastello di Vibio, Italy, June 1996.
Guest critic, International Studio Program, New York, 1995.
Guest critic for "Sexuality and Space," Nancy Spector's course at the School of Visual Arts, New York, April 25, 1995.
"The Topology of the Margin," at The Wasteland panel, at Dooley Le Cappelaine Gallery, New York, May 25, 1993.
Teaching Assistant, "Materials and Techniques," graduate and undergraduate course, Yale School of Art, 1991.
Rethinking the Natural, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas, August 20-September 1995; wrote text for catalogue 17. Traveled to J. Wayne Stark Gallery, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, October 19-December 11. "A Synthetic Wilderness: Nature at the End of the Millennium," lecture presented at the University of Texas at Austin in conjunction with the exhibition.
The Material Imagination, Guggenheim Museum exhibition, November 18, 1995-January 28, 1996.
Juror, Barrett House Exhibition, Duchess County Arts Council, New York, October 6-November 1995.
Juror, Ars Atlantica, Ocean City, Maryland, June 3, 1995.
Juror, National Small Works Exhibition, Cobleskill, New York, June 2-July 7, 1995.
Juror, Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, Connecticut, June 26-August 14, 1994.
Co-investigator, Judith Rothschild grant, 2003.
Oil Bar Prize for outstanding graduate painter, Yale School of Art, 1991.
Student fellowship, Studio Art School of the Aegean, Samos, Greece, 1987.
presentations and teaching
Discussant, "Structural Intuitions in Art and Science," panel discussion organized by Martin Kemp, College Art Association, New York, February 2000?
"Crossing the Line," Yale School of Art, designed interdisciplinary graduate course conducted by Andrew Forge, 1991.
"Space, Time, and Motion," co-taught course with graduate student, Harvard College, 1983.
The Writing Center, writing consultant, Harvard College, 1982.
"Expanding the Dimensions of Music" and "Proof by Intimidation and Other Stories," both in Concerto Magazine (Harvard), no. 1 (Summer 1983), pp 3-5, 9.
Osmosis: Ettore Spalletti and Haim Steinbach, Guggenheim Museum interdisciplinary exhibition premised on collaboration, March 12-May 17, 1993.
A. M. Kinney Scholarship, Harvard College, 1984.
J. J. Lee Memorial, M. and I. Hoffman Family, and E. Gudeman scholarships, Harvard College, 1982.
Wendell Scholarship runner-up, award to most well-rounded sophomore in highest grade rank, Harvard College, 1982.
John Harvard Scholarship (High Dean's List), Harvard College, 1981.
Italian (fluent), French (rather worn around the edges).
Macintosh and Windows environments. Basic familiarity with GNU/Linux (Ubuntu and Red Hat/Gnome).
Dreamweaver, TextMate, BBEdit, HomeSite, iMovie, Final Cut, ScreenFlow.
Photoshop, Illustrator, Freehand.
NeoOffice, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Quark Xpress.
BASIC, PPL, FORTRAN, Lingo, ActionScript.
Flash, Director, Adobe Pagemill, NetObjects Fusion.
MacPaint, Virtus Walkthrough.
Microsoft Access, Paradox for Windows, Dbase 3+, WordPerfect Notebook.
WordPerfect, Lotus 123.
Owen F. Smith, artist, Professor, and former Director, New Media Department, University of Maine.
John G. Hanhardt, former Senior Curator for Media Arts, Smithsonian.
Nancy Spector, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Guggenheim.
Contact information and other references available upon request.