Curriculum Vitae

   

BRAD BOREVITZ

http://onetwothree.net
San Francisco CA

Education

 
2007   Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program
2005   MFA University of California San Diego Visual Arts
1990   MA University of Chicago Religious Studies
1988   BA University of California Santa Cruz Religious Studies (with Highest Honors)
     
1994   Inter-University Center Yokohama Japanese Language Studies
1991 to 94   University of Chicago (PhD Program)
1990 to 91   Cornell University Full-year Language Concentration in Japanese
1982 to 84  

University of California Berkeley

Exhibitions

 
    Solo
2010 Thinkings, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA (Book & Discussions)
2005   Inscription of the Girly Man, Marcuse Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA (Robotics)
    See Also, Russel Gallery, UCSD, San Diego CA (Solo, Video Installation)
2003   Instantiations, Marcuse Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA (Solo, Prints and Digital Media Installations)
    Group
2011Monster Drawing Rally, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Mega Mega Mega, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Annual Art Auction, The Lab, San Francisco, CA
2007   Whitney Museum of American Art, Independent Study Program, Studio Program Exhibition, Artists Space, New York, NY (Mixed Media Installation)
2005   Now Happening, University Art Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA (video)
    Summary, 4-F Gallery, Los Angeles CA, Curator: James Elaine, UCLA Hammer Museum (Video Installation)
    Paradigm Promiscuity Proliferation Perversion, Marcuse Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA (Organizer, Video Installation)
2004   CRCA Computing Arts Cafe for SIGGRAPH2003, Reincarnation Gallery, San Diego, CA (Interactive Installation)
    9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA (Video Installation)
    Reality Zone I, UCSB, Santa Barbara CA (Digital Media Installation)
2003   No Painting On, Marcuse Gallery, UCSD, San Diego CA (Mixed Media Installation)
Online
2006-PresentState of the Union, <stateoftheunion.onetwothree.net> (Software) [>210,000 visits]

Conferences and Presentations

 
2011   Conceptual Information Arts, Visiting Artist, San Francisco State University.
2010Conceptual Information Arts, Visiting Artist, San Francisco State University.
2009Conceptual Information Arts, Visiting Artist, San Francisco State University.
2007Dorkbot, 2007, New York, Presentation: "State of the Union"
2004   Read_Me Software Art and Cultures Conference, Århus, Denmark, Paper: "Super-Abstract: Software Art and the Redefinition of Abstraction"
    Run_Me Dorkbot City Camp, 2004, Århus, Denmark, Presentation: "A Children's Game Transformed By The Solvent Of Computational Method"
    Plasmatica 040404: The Unfolding of New Structures in Old Space, University of California Berkeley, 2004, Paper: "Container Object as Structure of Concept and Computation"
2003   Reality Zone I, University of California Santa Barbara, Paper: "Super-Abstract: Software Art and the Redefinition of Abstraction"
1993   Inside and Out: The Third National Graduate Student Conference on Queer Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Panel: Anthropology and Identity, Paper: "The Discourse on "Love Between Men" in Interwar Japan: Iwata's History of Homosexuality"

Bibliography

 
    "Art Against Information: Case Studies in Data Practice," Fibreculture Journal Issue 11, 2008, Mitchell Whitelaw, <http://journal.fibreculture.org/issue11/issue11_whitelaw.html>.
    "State of the Union by Brad Borevitz," Turbulence.org | Networked Performance, January 21, 2008, Jo-Anne Green, <http://turbulence.org/blog/2008/01/21/state-of-the-union-by-brad-borevitz/>.
    "Brad Borevitz: The web artist on how the State of the Union speech has become less a report and more of a sales job," LA City Beat, January 18, 2007, Dean Kuipers.

Publications

 
    Thinkings: How Computers Change The Way We See By Altering The Way We Think, Southern Exposure, 2010.
"Inscription of the Girly Man," Vague Terrain12: Device Art, January 2009, Rob Cruickshank Ed., <http://vagueterrain.net/journal12>.
   "Super-Abstract: Software Art and the Redefinition of Abstraction," , in read_me: Software Art & Cultures Edition 2004, Olga Goriunova & Alexei Shulgin Eds., Center for Digital Æstetik-forskning, 2004, 298-312.
    "Christopher Marcom Being Dead, Alan Turing Contemplates Emptiness as He Encounters a Series Of Boys Thus Arriving at the Possibility of Computation," Scale 01.05, May 2004.
    "Container Object as Structure of Concept and Computation," Scale 01.04, April 2004.
    "Dear Mother or Longing in the Form of a Turing Machine," Scale 01.03, March 2004.
    "Post Mortem: Re-examining the Exhibition 'Paradigm Proliferation Promiscuity Perversion'," Scale 01.02, February 2004.

Teaching

 
    California College of the Arts
2011UDIST, Hack Your Practice
San Francisco State University
2011Art 511, New Communication Technology in the Visual Arts (CIA)
2010 ART 412, Conceptual Strategies (Conceptual Information Arts)
 2009 DAI 227, Rethinking Digital Visual Media (Design and Industry)
   
  University of California San Diego, Visual Arts Department
2005   VA40, Intro to Computing and the Arts (Teaching Assistant)
    VA22, Formations of Modern Art (Teaching Assistant)
2004   VA154, A Hard Look at the Movies (Teaching Assistant)
2003   VA141A, Computer Programming for the Arts I (Teaching Assistant)
    VA40/ICAM40, Intro to Computing and the Arts (Teaching Assistant)
    VA145A/ICAM102, Digital Media I: Time, Movement, Sound (TA)
2002   VA40/ICAM40, Intro to Computing and the Arts (Teaching Assistant)

Grants

 
2005   Russell Foundation Grant, University of California San Diego
2004   Visual Arts Travel Grant, University of California San Diego
2003   Visual Arts Research Grant, University of California San Diego
1994   Japan Foundation Grant, Inter-University Center, Yokohama
1990   FLAS Fellowship, Cornell University

Employment

 
05.05 to present
  [Freelance]
Web Developer | Information Architect | Technical Writer | Project Manager
 09.00 to 07.01 Addis
Senior Producer
01.99 to 06.00   Visigy
Executive Producer
01.97 to 01.99   Push It
Producer / Developer / Owner
01.96 to 03.97   Impact Online
Webmaster
06.92 to 05.94   University of Chicago Hospitals
Research Technician and Data Manager