Christiane Paul is the Director of the Media Studies Graduate Programs and Associate Prof. of Media Studies at The New School, NY, and Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has written extensively on new media arts and lectured internationally on art and technology. An expanded new edition of her book Digital Art (Thames& Hudson, UK, 2003) was published in spring 2008 and her edited anthology New Media in the White Cube and Beyond – Curatorial Models for Digital Art was published by UC Press in December 2008. At the Whitney Museum, she curated the shows “Profiling” (2007) and “Data Dynamics” (2001); the net art selection for the 2002 Whitney Biennial; the online exhibition “CODeDOC” (2002) for artport, the Whitney Museum’s online portal to Internet art for which she is responsible; as well as “Follow Through” by Scott Paterson and Jennifer Crowe (2005). Other curatorial work includes “Eduardo Kac: Biotopes, Lagoglyphs and Transgenic Works” (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2010); Biennale Quadrilaterale (Rijeka, Croatia, 2009); “Feedforward – The Angel of History” (co-curated with Steve Dietz; Laboral Center for Art and Industrial Creation, Gijon, Asturias, Spain, Oct. 2009); INDAF Digital Art Festival (Incheon, Korea, Aug. 2009); “Scalable Relations” (Beall Center for Art and Technology, Irvine, CA; gallery@CalIT2, San Diego, CA; CN(S)I, University of California Los Angeles; MAT University of California Santa Barbara, 2008-09); “SOS 4.8″ (Murcia, Spain, 2008), “Feedback” (Laboral Center for Art and Industrial Creation, Gijon, Asturias, Spain, 2007); “Second Natures” (Eli & Edythe Broad Art Center, UCLA, LA, 2006); the blackbox at ARCO art fair, Madrid (2006); “The Passage of Mirage” (Chelsea Art Museum, New York, 2004); “Evident Traces” (Ciberarts Festival Bilbao, 2004); “eVolution — the art of living systems” (Art Interactive, Boston, 2004); “CODeDOC II” (Ars Electronica, 2003); the New York Digital Salon’s 10th anniversary exhibition (NYC, 2003); “Mapping Transitions” at the University of Boulder, Colorado (2002); “Re-Media” (Fotofest, Houston, Texas, 2002); and a net art selection for “Evo1” (Gallery L, Moscow, October 2001). Dr. Paul has previously taught in the MFA computer arts department at the School of Visual Arts in New York (1999-2008); the Digital+Media Department of the Rhode Island School of Design (2005-08); the San Francisco Art Institute and the Center of New Media at the University of California at Berkeley (2008).