Jane D. Marsching is a mixed media artist, utilizing photography, digital imaging, kinetics, and new media to explore the relationships between science, culture, and representation in the last 150 years. She has had one person exhibitions in Boston, New York, Pittsburgh, and North Carolina, and had participated in numerous group exhibitions nationally in the last ten years. In 1999 she received a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowship in Photography and in 2000 she received an Onandaga Cultural Council grant. She has taught in the Department of Art Media Studies at Syracuse University, Massachusetts College of Art, and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her reviews and criticism have been published in Art Papers, artsMedia, and Art New England. She recently curated an exhibition for the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, MA, Particle Accelerators, on the intersections of science, technology, and photography at the end of the millennium.