Member since: April 11, 2012
Together, Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern are the initiators of Wikipedia Art, a collaborative intervention and performance that challenged knowledge production and value in the age of the Internet. Wikipedia Art was a finalist for Transmediale, and has been shown in physical form at the Venice Biennale, in London, Vancouver, Berlin and New York. Features on Wikipedia Art include The Huffington Post, Rhizome.org, PBS.org, the Wall Street Journal, We Make Money Not Art, the Sunday Guardian, and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, among many other papers.
Independently, Scott Kildall works with video, installation, prints, sculpture, and performance to engage networks and virtual spaces. He exhibits his work internationally in galleries and museums with venues that include the New York Hall of Science, Furtherfield Gallery, and the San Jose Museum of Art. He has received fellowships, awards and residencies from organizations including the Kala Art Institute, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Recology San Francisco, Turbulence.org, ZER01 and the Eyebeam Art + Technology Center. Scott is a founding member of Second Front - the first performance art group in Second Life. He currently resides in San Francisco.
And Nathaniel Stern’s installations, prints and Internet artworks have seen solo and duo exhibitions at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johnson Museum of Art, Museum of Wisconsin Art, Furtherfield, and several commercial, and experimental galleries throughout the US, South Africa and Europe. His work has been shown at the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art, South African National Gallery, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Haggerty Museum and Sasol Art Museum, among other international institutions. Recent features on his art can be seen in Leonardo, Bad at Sports, NY Arts and Art South Africa magazines, The Sunday Independent, Rhizome.org, the Mail and Guardian, and Guardian UK.