By Perry Hoberman & Donald Hoffman

Project Credits

Perry Hoberman
Perry Hoberman is an acclaimed media and installation artist whose work often focuses on the boundaries and battles between art and technology. Working with a variety of technologies, ranging from the utterly obsolete to the seasonably state-of-the-art, he has exhibited widely throughout the United States and Europe. His installation "Timetable" was awarded the Grand Prix at the ICC Biennale '99 in Tokyo, and "Systems Maintenance" won a 1999 Prix Ars Electronica Award of Distinction."Unexpected Obstacles", a retrospective survey of his work, was exhibited in 1998 at the ZKM Mediamuseum in Karlsruhe, Germany, and before that at Gallery Otso in Espoo, Finland. In 2002 he was both a Guggenheim Foundation Fellow and a Rockefeller Media Arts Fellow. Hoberman is represented by Postmasters Gallery in New York, where he has had numerous one-person exhibitions. In 2006, he had a one-person show at Fringe Exhbitions in Los Angeles. Hoberman is an Associate Research Professor in the Interactive Media Division at the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television.

Donald Hoffman
Donald Hoffman is a professor of Cognitive Science, Computer Science, and Philosophy at the University of California, Irvine. He received a distinguished scientific award from the American Psychological Association, and the Troland Research Award from the US National Academy of Sciences. He is author of the book "Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See," published by Norton.