Isabel L�ofgren
Since 2004
Works in Rio De Janeiro Brazil

Born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1975. After living in several countries, she decides to study art in the United States, where she graduates in 1996. After moving to Brazil in 1998, Isabel begins her career first in scenography and architecture, followed by a short period in the technology and Internet world as an information architect. This experience proved to be decisive in moving towards the direction of art and technology, which is her main object of research today. Isabel is also a painter and drawer, and lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Some recent collective exhibitions include "Campo de Inser��o" Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niter�i, Brazil (2003); Figura 3 and 4 in Rio de Janeiro (2003), Brazil, and Projeto Alf�ndega in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2003).
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Re: Call for Entries: Improbable Monuments

Are you sure the submimssion date is in 2003?? If so, what's the use of posting it now, if not, please reply and correct...


Marisa Olson wrote:

> please post/forward...
> SF Camerawork
> Receipt Deadline: July 30, 2003
> Online and Web proposals for
> Improbable Monuments
> (Part of our upcoming Fall 2004 show, Monument Recall)
> Monument Recall is an exhibition of work by artists who are
> challenging ideas of what a 'monument' can be. Through scale,
> material, point of view, location, subject, and concepts, work in
> this exhibition challenges the conventional expectations of public
> monuments in public spaces.
> As part of this exhibition, we are looking for work in proposal form
> only, to be exhibited online.
> Submissions should include:
> 1. a description of your Improbable Monument
> 2. a visual rendering of the idea, in images, animation, digital
> video, etc.
> 3. a description of its purpose and function within the context of
> improbable monument.
> 4. all current and pertinent contact information.
> The ideas should not be restricted by materials, funds, and subject
> matter or by any other practical considerations. Instead, we're
> looking for grand visions of what monuments can be without regard to
> the usual constraints. We are particularly interested in how ideas
> can function specifically within the cyber realm,
> All submissions should be available online or in Web-ready digital
> files on a CD-ROM. If the work is already online, please send the
> URL. Otherwise, send the CD-ROM to the address below. Please include
> an Artist Statement & Vitae, as well as a self-addressed, stamped
> envelope for the return of your materials. Mail the material to:
> SF Camerawork
> 1246 Folsom Street
> San Francisco, CA 94103
> or email material to: Laurie Blavin
> <>
> For more information, contact any of the exhibition curators:
> Paula Levine (
> Trena Noval (
> Laurie Blavin (