Lisa Jevbratt
Since the beginning
Works in Santa Barbara, California United States of America

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BIO
Lisa Jevbratt is a Swedish born artist, currently an associate professor in the Art Department and the Media Art Technology program at University of California, Santa Barbara. Her work, ranging from Internet visualization software to biofeedback and interspecies collaboration, is concerned with collectives and systems, the languages and conditions that generate them, and the exchanges within them. Her projects explores alternative, distributed and unintentional collaborations and the expressions of the collectives they create. Her work has been exhibited extensively in venues such as The Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada), The New Museum (New York), The Swedish National Public Art Council (Stockholm, Sweden), and the Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York); and it is discussed in numerous books, for example in “Internet Art” by Rachel Greene and “Digital Art“ by Christiane Paul (Thames and Hudson). Jevbratt also publishes texts on topics related to her projects and research, for example in the anthology “Network Art - Practices and Positions” ed. Tom Corby (Routledge).
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OPPORTUNITY

UCSB MFA Program Application


Deadline:
Mon Jan 04, 2010 00:00

Location:
United States of America

University of California Santa Barbara
Department of Art MFA Program


Apply now for Fall 2010
Deadline: Monday, January 4, 2010

The MFA graduate program is an intense two-year course of study emphasizing
interdisciplinary approaches to art making. Students concentrate on studio
work in the areas of Digital Media and Electronics, Visualization, Internet Art,
Sculpture & New Forms, Painting, Drawing, Photography, Print & Book Arts
and Theory & Criticism. The program includes formal studio courses, graduate
seminars in theory and criticism, studio critique, and independent study.
The program focuses on the personal growth of students in their pursuit of
careers as dedicated, professional artists.

Faculty includes Phillip Argent, Laurel Beckman, Eric Beltz, Gary Brown,
Graham Budgett, Jane Callister, Kip Fulbeck, Colin Gardner, Dick Hebdige,
Lisa Jevbratt, George Legrady, Jane Mulfinger, Marcos Novak, Marko Peljhan,
Harry Reese, Richard Ross and Kim Yasuda.

Past visiting artists and lecturers include:
Charles Gaines, James Gobel, Ann Hamilton, Dave Hickey, Pearl C. Hsiung,
Ilya Kabakov, Dinh Q. Le, Daniel J. Martinez, Christopher Miles, Wangechi
Mutu, Catherine Opie, Laura Owens, Lari Pittman, John Roloff, Adam Ross,
D.K. Ruth, Rural Studios, Jim Shaw, Lorna Simpson, Kiki Smith, Diana
Thater, Jeffrey Vallance, Chen Zhen, Amos Kennedy, Michael Taussig, Gary
Hill, Bruce Ferguson, and Thomas Crow.

For information, contact:
Yumi Kinoshita
Graduate Advisor
Department of Art
805.893.5962
ykinoshita@arts.ucsb.edu
http://www.arts.ucsb.edu
http://www.graddiv.ucsb.edu


OPPORTUNITY

UCSB MFA Program 2009


Deadline:
Mon Jan 05, 2009 00:00

Location:
United States of America

University of California Santa Barbara
Department of Art
Master of Fine Arts Program

Apply now for Fall 2009
Deadline: Monday, January 5, 2009

The MFA graduate program is an intense two-year course of study emphasizing interdisciplinary
approaches to art making. Students interdisciplinary and intermedia practice may include the
following areas: Painting, Drawing, Photography, Print & Book Arts, Digital Media and Electronics,
Visualization, Sculpture & Spatial Studies, and Theory & Criticism. The program includes formal
studio courses, graduate seminars in theory and criticism, studio critique, and independent study.
The program focuses on the personal growth of students in their pursuit of careers as dedicated,
professional artists. Art department MFA students with a special interest in Media Art can also take classes in the Media Art Technology Program.

Faculty includes Laurel Beckman, Gary Brown, Jane Callister, Kip Fulbeck, Colin Gardner, Lisa
Jevbratt, George Legrady, Jane Mulfinger, Marcos Novak, Marko Peljhan, Harry Reese, Richard Ross and Kim Yasuda.

Recent visiting artists and lecturers include:
Charles Gaines, James Gobel, Ann Hamilton, Pearl C. Hsiung, Ilya Kabakov, Dinh Q. Le, Daniel J.
Martinez, Christopher Miles, Wangechi Mutu, Catherine Opie, Laura Owens, Lari Pittman, John Roloff,
Adam Ross, D.K. Ruth, Rural Studios, Jim Shaw, Lorna Simpson, Kiki Smith, Diana Thater, Jeffrey
Vallance, Chen Zhen, Amos Kennedy, Michael Taussig, Gary Hill, Bruce Ferguson, and Thomas Crow.

For information, contact:
Yumi Kinoshita
Graduate Advisor
Department of Art
805.893.5962
ykinoshita@arts.ucsb.edu

http://www.arts.ucsb.edu
http://www.arts.ucsb.edu/graduate/aprocedures (application procedures)
http://www.mat.ucsb.edu (the Media Art Technology Program)
http://www.graddiv.ucsb.edu