Stephanie Rothenberg

Born in USA.


Stephanie Rothenberg is an artist and educator using performance, installation and networked media to create provocative interactions that question the boundaries and social constructs of manufactured desires.
She has lectured and exhibited at venues including the Sundance Film Festival, ISEA; Amsterdam International Film Festival; Banff New Media Institute; the Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing. Recent awards include a 2009 Creative Capital grant. She received her MFA in 2003 from The Department of Film, Video and New Media at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently Assistant Professor of Visual Studies at SUNY Buffalo.
Invisible Threads is the first collaborative project between Crouse and Rothenberg who started working together in 2007 at Eyebeam. The artists continue to collaborate as well as work on individual projects.

Invisible Threads – A Virtual Sweatshop (2008)

Mixed media installation: Internet (Second Life), video. Project support: Eyebeam, New York; Sundance Film Festival; SUNY Buffalo 2020 Scholars Fund. Large format printer courtesy of Epson

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