KNIFEANDFORK

Knifeandfork is a collaboration by artists Brian House and Sue Huang



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Brian House

Brian House Brian House is a media artist whose work traverses alternative geographies, experimental music, and a critical data practice. By constructing embodied, participatory systems, he seeks to negotiate between algorithms and the rhythms of everyday life. His work has been shown by MoMA (NYC), MOCA (LA), LACE, Ars Electronica, Eyebeam, Rhizome, Conflux Festival, ISEA, and Issue Project Room, among others, and has been featured in publications including WIRED, TIME, The New York Times, SPIN, Metropolis, and on Univision Sports. He is currently a doctoral student at Brown University in the Music and the Modern Culture and Media departments and teaches in the Digital + Media program at RISD. [site] [cv]
Sue Huang

Sue HuangBorn in Saudi Arabia, 1979, Sue currently lives in Northampton, MA. She is an adjunct professor of art at Smith College and has previously taught at Cal Poly Pomona and UCLA. Her recent solo and collaborative works have been presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Rhizome at the New Museum for Contemporary Art, the Beall Center for Art and Technology, the Greater LA MFA Exhibition, and Nevin Kelly Gallery. She holds an MFA from UCLA Design | Media Arts, and is a graduate of Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service and Phillips Exeter Academy. She has also studied previously at Chalmers University in Sweden and Waseda University in Japan. She was a recipient of the Edna and Yu-Shan Han Endowed Award for her MFA studies and of the Beall Center Artist Honorarium. [site] [cv]
Contributors
David Feinberg (5 'til 12, documentation for Hundekopf, The Wrench)

David FeinbergDavid Feinberg is a film/video editor and documentarian based in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently a staff editor at VBS.tv, an IPTV and documentary production company by the founders of VICE Magazine. He was co-editor of The Slacker Uprising, a forthcoming documentary about the 2004 election. Recent feature-length credits as assistant editor include Blackout, In the Footsteps of Orpheus, Life on the Edge, Fahrenheit 9/11, and The Forgotten. He has a BFA in Film/TV Production from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and academic semesters at PUC-Rio (Brazil) and La Universidad de Valparaiso (Chile).
Johanna Linsley (The Wrench)

Johanna LinsleyJohanna Linsley is currently doing postgraduate work in Performance at the University of London. Her performance, text and audio projects have been presented by the Ontological-Hysteric Theater (NY), the Volksbuhne (Berlin), Humboldt University (Berlin), Queen Mary, University of London (London), Rhode Island School of Design (Providence), the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Peekskill), and on WKCR 89.9fm. In New York, she helped to found the non-profit documentary arts organization UnionDocs, and is currently on the board of directors. She graduated from Smith College. [site]
Nathan Phillips (5 'til 12, The Wrench)

Nathan is a writer and improvisationalist, copywriter and SMS innovator who has worked with Joe Schiappa, Penn and Teller, Blue Man Group, Lars Jan and Hal Hartley. His pilot "Hollywood, ME." was a finalist at the NY TV Festival in 2008, and "One Nation Under Todd" a pilot written with Joe Schiappa was produced by Crossroads Films. His own work has appeared on the BBC, NY1, CBS, CNN, and in NYC at The Kitchen, The Flea, Joe's Pub, Symphony Space, MOMA, The New Museum, The Whitney Museum and the PIT. Nathan has a BFA from Emerson College. [site]
Associated Institutions

RISD D+M
Smith College Department of Art
UCLA D|MA
Glowlab
Local Projects
Blast Theory
Dånk
Interactive Institute Trans-Reality Lab
The New Factographers
Union Docs
Stadtblind
Project:Projekt