Author: Warren Neidich
Warren Neidich works and lives between Berlin and London. His interdisciplinary time-based works explore the way that culture and language have interacted in ways that affect subjectivity and identity through the reconfiguration of brain and mind. Recent exhibitions include Protections (2006), Kunsthaus Graz, Masquerade (2006), Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, The Expanded Eye (2006), Kunsthaus, Zurich, Sweet Dreams, Contemporary Art and Complicity (2006), Bayle Art Museum, University of Virginia, Earthling,(2006) Andrew Mummery Gallery, London Multitasking, (2007) NGBK, Berlin, , My Vision, (2007) Zephyr Space, Mannheim, Germany, The Moscow Biennial, 2007,Neon Lights and LEDs at Edward Mitterrand Gallery,2007 Geneva, Switzerland. He has been chosen byFrench curator, Ami Barak for the exhibition \"About Beauty \"at this years Artforum Berlin. In the past his work has been internationally in such institutions as the Whitney Museum of Art, New York City, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles and the Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and P.S.1, MOMA, Long Island City. Seven books of his work have been published including American History Reinvented, 1989, Aperture Foundation,. Unknown Artist, Fricke-Schmid, 1993, Camp O.J. DAP, 1996 and his recent publication, Earthling, Pointed Leaf Press, 2005 with an interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist and an essay by Barry Schwabsky. A collection of his writing Blow-up: Photography, Cinema and the Brain was published by DAP in 2003. He is recipient of the AHRB-ACE Art Award, 2004, The Arts Council of England Merit Award,2005 and The British Academy Award, 2005. He is currently visiting artist and research fellow at the Center for Cognition, Computation and Culture at Goldsmiths College, London, 2006-2008.
Neidich, Warren, Zimmer, Robert, Souza, Thibaud de (2005): Society of neurons: an arts/science project. In: Proceedings of the 2005 Conference on Creativity and Cognition , 2005, . pp. 301-304. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1056224.1056281