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Mari Spirito: 北京国际艺术高峰论坛国际策划

Mari Spirito女士是首届「北京国际艺术高峰论坛」的国际策划人。她在世界范围内开展了丰富的策展实践和艺术管理工作。她是非盈利艺术机构Protocinema(伊斯坦布尔和纽约)的创办总监及策展人,该机构自二零一一年开始在全球各地策划场地特定的艺术展览。从二零一四年开始,她策划了巴塞尔艺术展「与巴塞尔艺术展对话」单元,并担任巴塞尔艺术展众筹项目评委。Spirito也是Onassis Cultural Center(纽约和雅典)的顾问策展人,曾于二零一五至一七年期间创办伊斯坦布尔Alt Art Space并担任策展人,她在二零一二年出任「第二届土耳其马尔丁双年展」顾问,二零零零至一二年期间她是纽约303画廊的总监。目前,她现为纽约Participant Inc.空间理事会主席。

Karen Archey:阿姆斯特丹市立美术馆策展人

Karen Archey来自美国,目前担任阿姆斯特丹市立美术馆当代艺术和新媒体艺术策展人,此前她在柏林和纽约从事艺术评论工作。二零一五年,她获得创意资本|沃霍尔基金会艺术写作者奖的最佳短片写作奖。二零一七年加入荷兰阿姆斯特丹市立美术馆后,Archey已经策划多次艺术家个展,包括莱涅克·狄克斯塔、史蒂芬·车列普宁、凯瑟琳·克里斯托·汉涅克丝、Metahaven(荷兰平面设计工作室),她亦策划了阿姆斯特市立美术馆最新一届的城市艺术收藏展「Freedom of Movement」。Archey是该美术馆在保护、收藏和陈列新媒体艺术作品方面的主要负责人,同时也协调美术馆的表演艺术项目。更早之前,Archey以独立策展人身份开展工作,并曾担任纽约艺术机构e-flux的编辑。二零一四年,她与岳鸿飞在北京UCCA尤伦斯当代艺术中心共同策划了展览「后网络艺术」。

曹斐:艺术家

曹斐,一九七八年生于广州,现于北京工作及生活,她是活跃于国际舞台的新晋中国青年艺术家。她的作品融合社会评论、流行美学,参考超现实主义并运用纪录片拍摄手法,反映当代中国社会急速不安的变化。曹斐曾参加过上海双年展、台北双年展、横滨三年展、威尼斯双年展等国际双年展和三年展。她的作品曾在伦敦蛇形画廊、泰特美术馆、纽约新美术馆、古根海姆博物馆、蓬皮杜艺术中心等地展出。曹斐于二零一零年获提名「雨果博斯艺术奖」及「未来一代艺术奖」,于二零零六和二零一六年分别获得中国当代艺术奖CCAA的「最佳青年艺术家」奖项及「最佳艺术家奖」,她于二零一六年获昆卡双年展的「Piedra de Sal奖」。

Prodromos TsiavosOnassis文化中心的数字发展主管

Prodromos TsiavosOnassis文化中心的数字发展主管,并在伦敦大学学院和BBC共同设立的媒体研究院担任高级研究员。此前,Tsiavos曾在希腊国家研究基金会、欧洲委员会、牛津大学、奥斯陆大学、雅典经济与商业大学和伦敦政治经济学院等地工作。他在雅典和伦敦学习法律和信息系统,并在伦敦政治经济学院获得法律和信息系统博士学位。Tsiavos曾担任希腊基础设施、运输和网络部的顾问、数字融合特别秘书,并在其他公共部门机构以及文化和创意产业公司担任过咨询工作。他针对开放数据,免费和开源软件,开放硬件和开放式创新与制造等领域的法律和商业事务发表过一百二十多次文章与演讲。目前,他担任希腊工业产权组织行政理事会主席。

HG Masters:《亚太艺术杂志》主编

HG Masters是一位作者和编辑,他关注亚洲范围内的艺术家和实践。目前,他担任香港艺术杂志《亚太艺术杂志》的主编。以前他曾是该杂志的执行编辑,并担任了二零一零年《亚太艺术杂志》年鉴的编辑,该年鉴是一项集合了六十个国家二零零九年度亚洲艺术发展状况的报告。他在《亚太艺术杂志》发表了众多有关亚洲范围内艺术的新闻报道和评论,也针对李安湄、小野洋子、莫娜·哈透姆、黎安美、梁慧圭、Raqs媒体小组、瓦利德·拉德、盖·班纳、蒙妮尔·法曼法玛妮、斯格列特·朗度等艺术家撰写过长篇专题文章。他还为纽约罗宾美术馆举办的西藏当代艺术展「Tradition Transformed」和伦敦Rossi & Rossi画廊举办的艺术家帕尔登·韦恩瑞伯个展撰写过画册文章。

John Gerrard:艺术家

John Gerrard,一九七四年出生于爱尔兰北蒂珀雷里郡,他被认为是当代艺术中计算机模拟领域的关键人物。他的作品看上去像电影或是录像艺术,实则是由实时计算机图形制作技术所创作出的虚拟世界。这种由军方开发的技术现在被广泛应用于游戏行业。Gerrard近期参与的展览包括:Manifesta欧洲当代艺术双年展新委托项目,意大利,巴勒莫;「Power. PlayUCCA尤伦斯当代艺术中心,北京等。Gerrard的作品亦由多家国际机构或私人收藏,包括伦敦泰特美术馆;纽约现代艺术博物馆;旧金山现代艺术博物馆;洛杉矶县立艺术博物馆;华盛顿赫希洪博物馆和雕塑园;M +,香港等。一九九七年,他在牛津大学获得艺术学士学位,并于二零零零年获得芝加哥艺术学院艺术硕士学位。他在爱尔兰都柏林和奥地利维也纳生活和工作,由伦敦Thomas Dane画廊及纽约Simon Preston画廊代理。

Rebecca TaylorFITZ & CO伦敦公司执行副总裁

Rebecca TaylorFITZ & CO伦敦公司的执行副总裁。她与另一位执行副总裁梅格·布莱克本一同负责指导媒体与和数字营销团队、领导战略规划。合作过的客户包括阿尔敏·莱希画廊、巴塞尔艺术展、上海ART 021艺博会、宝马汽车等。Taylor曾在佳士得开设关于艺术界生态系统的系列讲学,并在巴塞罗那、柏林、布里斯托尔、纽约等地区举办的国际会议上发表演讲。Taylor曾在纽约现代艺术博物馆、盖蒂和洛杉矶当代艺术博物馆(MOCA)的媒体公关部任职。她还在加州大学洛杉矶分校继续教育学院教授当代艺术史,并为赫芬顿邮报和教育机构可汗学院的智慧历史项目进行写作。Taylor毕业于佳士得学院,拥有现代艺术、鉴赏学和艺术市场历史方面的硕士学位,并拥有查普曼大学金融、市场营销与国际商务方面的工商管理学士学位。

张庆红:上海新时线媒体艺术中心创始人

张庆红是中国艺术与科技交互转化生态的推动与探索者,他从事艺术与学术、艺术与公共、艺术与生活、艺术与商业、艺术与文旅文创产业的应用与实践。他于二零一三年创办新时线媒体艺术中心(CAC),是中国较早致力于媒体艺术展示、研究和创作、学术交流与公共教育的非营利机构。二零一六年三月,他创立国际新媒体艺术内容分享与推广平台MANA。近五年来,张庆红又分别创办了新媒体艺术专业展陈公司:河路文化、新媒体艺术创作团队:What’s Media Lab、艺术与公共空间的设计咨询团队:UP GALLERY、公共艺术研究与实践平台:MTA公共艺术研究中心。二零一六年五月,他还创立了复合了艺术、电影与设计的反连锁的连锁消费体验空间:EXTRA TIME。历时七年,张庆红逐步构建了一个艺术科技与商业、文创、文旅产业融合转化的生态系统。

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Mari Spirito: The Curator of Beijing Art Summit

Mari Spirito is the Curator of Beijing Art Summit. She has developed curatorial projects and taken part in art management internationally. She is the founding director of Protocinema, a non-profit art organization based in Istanbul and New York, realizing site-conscious exhibitions around the world since 2011. She has programmed Conversations for both Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach since 2014 and was a juror for the Art Basel Crowdfunding Initiative. She is an Associate Curator of Visual Arts, at the Onassis Cultural Center in both Athens and New York. She served as Curator and Director of Alt Art Space / Bomonti, Istanbul from 2015 to 2017, an Advisor to the 2nd Mardin Biennial, Turkey, 2012, and Director of 303 Gallery New York from 2000 to 2012. She is President of the Board of at Participant, Inc, in New York.

Karen Archey: Curator of Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Karen Archey is Curator of Contemporary Art, Time-based Media at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. She is an American curator and art critic formerly based in Berlin and New York, and a 2015 Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant recipient for short-form writing. Since joining the Stedelijk Museum in April 2017, Archey has organized solo exhibitions by artists Rineke Dijkstra, Stefan Tcherepnin, Catherine Christer Hennix, and Metahaven, as well as the latest edition of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam’s biannual Municipal Art Acquisitions: Freedom of Movement. She heads the Stedelijk’s research initiative on the conservation, acquisition and display of time-based media and also coordinates the museum’s performance program, recently commissioning new works by Alicia Frankovich and artist collective CFGNY. Archey previously worked as an independent curator and editor for the New York-based organization e-flux. In 2014, she organized with Robin Peckham the exhibition Art Post-Internet at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing.

Cao Fei: Artist

Cao Fei, born in 1978 in Guangzhou and now based in Beijing, is one of the most innovative young Chinese artists to have emerged on the international scene. She mixes social commentary, popular aesthetics, references to Surrealism, and documentary conventions in her films and installations. Her works reflect on the rapid and chaotic changes that are occurring in Chinese society today. Cao Fei works have been showcased at a number of international biennales and triennales, including the Shanghai Biennale, the Taipei Biennale, Biennale of Sydney, theVenice Biennale, etc. She has also exhibited her works and projects at the Serpentine Gallery and the Tate Modern in London, New Museum, Guggenheim Museum, Centre Pompidou in Paris and so on. She was a nominee for the Future Generation Art Prize 2010 and the finalist of Hugo Boss Prize 2010. She received the Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA), Best Young Artist Award in 2006 and Best Artist Award in 2016. She was also the recipient of Piedra de Sal Award at Cuenca Biennale in 2016.

Prodromos Tsiavos: Head of Digital Development, Onassis Cultural Center, Athens

Prodromos is the Head of Digital Development at the Onassis Cultural Centre and a Senior Research Fellow at The Media Institute at University College London (UCL) / BBC. Prodromos has worked for the National Hellenic Research Foundation, the European Commission, Oxford and Oslo Universities, the Athens University of Economics and Business and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He read law and Information Systems in Athens and London and holds a PhD in Law and Information Systems from the LSE. Prodromos has worked as an adviser for the Greek Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, the Special Secretary for Digital Convergence and a number of public sector bodies as well as companies in the cultural and creative industries. He has over 120 publications and talks on legal and business aspects of open data, Free / Open Source Software, open hardware and open innovation / fabrication. Prodromos is currently chairing the administrative council of the Greek Industrial Property Organisation.

HG Masters: Editor-at-Large of ArtAsiaPacific, Hong Kong

HG Masters is a writer and editor with a focus on artists from across Asia. He is editor-at-large for ArtAsiaPacific (AAP ) magazine. He worked previously as the managing editor of AAP, as well as editor of the 2010 ArtAsiaPacific: Almanac, a compendium of sixty country-by-country reports reviewing the year 2009 in Asian art. As a writer for AAP, he regularly contributes news stories and reviews covering events across Asia, and has written feature-length articles on artists including Lee Bul, Yoko Ono, Mona Hatoum, An-My Lê, Haegue Yang, Raqs Media Collective, Walid Raad, Guy Ben-Ner, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, and Sigalit Landau. He has also written catalogue essays for Tradition Transformed, a 2010 exhibition of Tibetan contemporary art at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art, and for Palden Weinreb’s solo exhibition at Rossi & Rossi gallery, London.

John Gerrard: Artist

John Gerrard (b. North Tipperary. Ireland 1974) is widely regarded as a key figure in the development of simulation within contemporary art. Deceptively looking like film or video, his works are virtual worlds, made using real-time computer graphics, a technology developed by the military and now used extensively in the gaming industry. His recent exhibitions include a newly commissioned work at Manifesta, Palermo, Italy. Power. Play, Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China, etc. John Gerrard’s work is in the collection of Tate, London; MoMA, New York; SFMOMA, San Francisco; LACMA, Los Angeles; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington; M+, Hong Kong and many private collections internationally. He received a BFA from Oxford University in 1997 and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000. He lives and works in Dublin, Ireland and Vienna, Austria. He is represented by Thomas Dane Gallery, London, and Simon Preston Gallery, New York.

Rebecca Taylor: Executive Vice President of FITZ & CO, London

Rebecca Taylor is Executive Vice President of FITZ & CO’s London office. She oversees the Media (with Meg Blackburn, EVP) and Digital Marketing teams, spearheading strategic planning and overseeing marketing, including Almine Rech Gallery, Art Basel, ART021 Shanghai, BMW,among others. In addition, Rebecca lectures extensively on the art world ecosystem at Christie’s, and has been a featured speaker at international conferences in Barcelona, Berlin, Bristol, New York, and beyond. Prior to joining FITZ & CO, Rebecca spearheaded communications for MoMA PS1, The Getty and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA). She also taught contemporary art history at UCLA Extension, and wrote for the Huffington Post and Khan Academy’s Smarthistory. Rebecca graduated with a Master’s degree in Modern Art, Connoisseurship and the History of the Art Market from Christie’s, as well holds as a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a triple emphasis in finance, marketing and international business from Chapman University.

Dillion Zhang

As an explorer and proponent of the ecosystem of art and technology in China, Dillion Zhang’s practice ranges from artistic research and creation, public art, art in daily life, art, and commerce, as well as cultural and creative industries. He founded the Chronus Art Center (CAC) in 2013, which is China’s pioneer nonprofit art organization dedicated to the academic presentation and research of media art. In March of 2016, Dillion founded MANA. Over the last 5 years, Dillion has launched several projects such as: Helu Culture, an exhibiting company focused on the application of media art; What’s Media Lab, a Art and public space design consulting firm; UP gallery, a platform devoted to practices and research of public art; as well as MTA the research center of public art. In May of 2016, he created EXTRA TIME, a multi-functional space based on consumer experience that combines art, film, and design. For the past 7 years, Dillion has constructed an ecosystem which integrates art and technology in the context of industry, culture, and innovation.