Jennifer Hall is an artist who has been working with interactive
media for over twenty-five years. She is experienced in a variety of
media related forms, and is currently engaged
in the re-focusing of biological material as an art medium.
Ms. Hall received her Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A) at the Kansas
City Art Institute in 1980, and her Masters of Science in Visual
Studies (M.S.V.S.) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(M.I.T.) in 1985. Ms. Hall is the Founding Director of the Do While
Studio, a Boston-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the
fusion of art, technology, and culture. She has taught at the Visible
Language Workshop at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, the
Institute de Arte de Frederico Brandt, Caracas, Venezuela, and
is currently a Professor and Coordinator of the Masters of Science
in Art, Education, and New Media at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston.
In 2000, Ms Hall received the first Rappaport Prize,
the largest purse for an individual New England artist. In both 1984 and 1985, Ms. She
received the IBM Home Computing Award administrated by the Media Lab
at M.I.T. for developing gesture driven interfaces. In 1995 she received Woman
of the Year from the Boston Chapter of the National Epilepsy Association for her
work with Art and Epilepsy, and in 1998 was awarded the first Anne Jackson Award for
Teaching from the Massachusetts
College of Art. Ms. Hall has installed work at numerous international locations
such as the Contemporary Museum of Sydney, Australia; the Museum
de Belle Arts, Caracas, Venezuela; and St. Johns Island, Newfoundland.
Jennifer Hall, Studio Director
Professor and Coordinator
Art, Education and New Media Program
Massachusetts College of Art
"I like to watch"
Art Education Resources
MSAE New Media Program Mass College of Art.
MITS Institute 2003
Acting Between the Lines of Art and Science
The Community of Do While Studio
Women, Art, and Technology
Edited by Judy Malloy, MIT Press 2003
LABORATORY FOR EPHEMERAL INVESTIGATIONS
Presentation: New Working Models for Artists
City University of New York (CUNY), NYC
Rappaport Prize 2000
Instrument for a Mediated Terrain
an exibit at the Thorne Gallery
Keene State College
The Third Biennial Conference on Internet And Society
Harvard University 2000
Web gives artists versatile new canvas
By Alan Long
Acupuncture For Temporal Fruit
Make Your Move, an exhibition at the
Joyce and Edward Linde Gallery,
March 27, 1999 - May 31, 1999
Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park
Boston Globe Article
Experiments for "Growing" Sculptures
VRML Visualizations of DNA
work in progress - please visit often
DNA isolated by Li Su, MIT Lab of Molecular Structure
Data translations by Kathleen Curry, BU Scientific Computing & Visualization Lab
with special thanks to Joe Davis
Greater Boston Arts
Documentation for Video Documentary
Interview with Jennifer Hall by Christine MacDonald.
Boston Cyberarts Festival
Interview with Jennifer Hall by Stacey Pershall.
Massage On-line Magazine
Art, Technology and Culture Symposium
University of Washington.
Internet installation by Jennifer Hall.
Converting Biological Signals for Levels of Negotiation as a Dynamic Interface Procedure.
Published Paper by Jennifer Hall
Creative Orientations for Interface Design at Do While Studio.
Techno Seductions: Essay by Deborah J Haynes
Cyberfeminism, The World, The Flesh and the Woman-Machine
Relationship by Zoe Sofoulis
Special Projects: Woman, Art and Technology, Leonardo Journal
HORRERE VACUA -- A Do While Virtual Event