Date: September 9, 2012
Ellen Pearlman studies at the University of Calgary, Canada with a focus on Telematics or artistic collaborations over the Syneme high speed networks. She was on the Art Panel Review Board for SIGGRAPH ASIA in Yokohama, Japan and has lectured on New Media worldwide. Invited by the Open Academy project, she went to Ulan Bator, Mongolia to work on presentation and curatorial practices with the Blue Sun arts group. Winner of a Canadian Banff Mountain Culture Grant, and two Banff Canadian Centre residencies (Writing and Digital Media Research in Film/Video), she has also been a resident at the Repino Arts Colony in St. Petersburg, Russia, the Red Gate Artist Colony in Beijing, China, and ACO in Hong Kong. Ellen studied photography and video at The School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The International Centre of Photography (ICP), and anthropological film at Harvard University. She has also taught at Columbia University, The M.A. Program in Digital Design at Parsons School of Design and at The New School University.