Our mission is to distribute and archive works of time-based art. Each issue highlights artists working in new or experimental media, whose works are best documented in video or sound.

Barbara London

Barbara London is a curator of Media and Performance Art at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and founder of the video exhibition and collection programs at the Museum. Since the 1970s, she has pioneered in tracking the development of media art from its raw beginnings, and has guided the field to its current position as a seriously collected, sophisticated form of expression. London has organized more than 120 exhibitions, including Looking at Music/Side 3.0, and one-person shows with Joan Jonas, Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, Steina Vasulka, Gary Hill, Mako Idemitsu, Zhang Peili, and Laurie Anderson.  She was the first curator in the US to showcase the work of Asian artists Song Dong, Teiji Furuhashi, Feng Mengbo, and Yang Fudong, whom she featured in http://www.adaweb.com/context/stir-fry/  and http://www.moma.org/interactives/projects/1999/dotjp/dotjp.html. She teaches in the graduate computer department at SVA, lectures, and writes regularly.