Known For: Directing · Birthday: 1985-02-10 (35 years old)
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Faith Holland is an artist, curator, and educator whose multimedia practice focuses on gender, intimacy, and technology. She has exhibited at venues such as The Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), NRW Forum (Düsseldorf), Fotografisk Center (Copenhagen), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (Boulder), Human Resources (Los Angeles), and DAM Gallery (Berlin). Her work has been written about in Artforum, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Sunday Times UK, Elephant, Hyperallergic, Broadly, and The Observer. She has been a NYFA Fellowship Finalist in Digital/Electronic Art, an artist-in-residence at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning and Harvestworks, and a finalist for Fotomuseum Winterthur’s Post-Photography Prototyping Prize. She opened Hard/Soft, her third solo exhibition with TRANSFER, online and offline in 2020.
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"Deep Touch" is a performative video using a Soft Computing sculpture. The piece is inspired by the oft-cited Matt Mahurin image made for a 1995 Time Magazine cover story on cyberporn, in which a man ...
In the 1990's, Hollywood thought of cyberspace as a ride through an amusement park on a roller coaster. In the 1990's, a website that hosted personal homepages for free was a part of the Internet's cr...
SCREEN FLICKER re-stages the flatness of the computer screen in a direct opposition to the tunnels of cyberspace. The screens flicker at a rate that is too quick for our eyes to see, but one that can ...