A group show by 35 female artists using digital technology as a major creative component in the production of the work.
Juror: Dorothy Simpson Krause is Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts College of Art where she founded the Computer Arts Center, and a member of Unique Editions® and Digital Atelier®, digital artists collaboratives, with Bonny Lhotka and Karin Schminke.
The work submitted was broad in concept and execution. It was impressive not only in it’s diversity but also in the clarity and nuance of the work presented.
The artists chosen have used digital technology to produce art that clearly transcends the media and gives evidence of the time and place in which it was conceived and executed. The technology is now mature and the art reflects that maturity and strength.
Dorothy Simpson Krause, 2003
Artists include: Kelly L. Adams, Lyn Bishop, Leslye Bloom, Mary Bookwalter, Barbara Broeske, Stephanie Cunningham, Deborah Rustin Cyr, Susan Fecho, Ileana Frómeta Grillo, Stephanie Grote, Deb Hall, Kathy A. Halmka, Laura C. Hewitt, Lynn Hill, Ambler Hutchinson, Ellen Jantzen, Mary Jones, April Katz, Ronit Konorty-Levy, Carmen Lizards, Vickie Meguire, Valerie Mendoza, Andrea Myers, Marilyn Nelson, Jane Allen Nodine, Leslie Perrino, Erena Rae, Anne Ross, Sara C. Rytteke, Skydancer, Linda Soberman, Christine Stitcher, Anna Ursyn, Laura Yang and Sang-Mi Yoo.
(Banner image: artwork by Stephanie Cunningham)