Indi McCarthy was the Assistant Director for the Beall Center for Art and Technology from its inauguration October 2000 through 2005, coordinating all artistic programming and events exclusive to new media and emerging technologies. She has produced digital-theater projects (Reading Frankenstein, 2002 and 2003, and The Roman Forum Project, 2003), co-curated exhibitions featuring emerging artists (Life by Design: Everyday Digital Culture, 2003, ID/entity: Portraiture in the 21st Century, 2003), and curated the first retrospective exhibition of Norman Klein (Mapping the Unfindable), March 2004. She came to the Beall Center with a background in the performing arts, having worked in independent theater in New York and Philadelphia 1985-1989. She received her degree in Art History and Criticism from the University of California, San Diego, in 1994, having studied under David and Eleanor Antin, Helen Mayer and Newton Harrison, Allan Kaprow, and Jerome Rothenberg. She is now working as an independent art + technology consultant in Los Angeles.