Lisa Hutton is a media artist working primarily in digital imaging, net.art, sound, and text. Hutton uses the internet as a venue for low-technology interventions which critique assumptions of truth, gender, and technology. Her work has been exhibited in diverse venues including the 5th and 7th New York Digital Salons,LA Freewaves at MOCA Los Angeles, the Downey Museum of Art in Downey, CA, the Walker Art Center’s Beyond Interface, the Soros Center for Contemporary Arts in Skopje, Macedonia, ISEA ’97 Chicago, and Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria. Her net.art is supported by the Center for Research in Computing in the Arts (CRCA) in La Jolla, CA. Two works of net.art have received mentions. Woman Words was honored by the New Media International Design Festival, New York City in 1998 and Cyber*Babes was honored by Prix Ars Electronica in 1996. Hutton holds a BA (Summa Cum Laude) in Visual Art and Literature Writing from the University of California San Diego and an MFA in Visual Art from the same institution. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Computer Art at Central Washington University. She has been getting along very well with computers since 1987 and is sometimes seen using rollerblades.
New Media Gallery 2002-03 (with Mark Polishook): Revisiting September 11, 19