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Staff: [[Miguel Amado]] (Curatorial Fellow), [[Lauren Cornell]] (Executive Director), [[William Hanley]] (Staff Writer), [[Caitlin Jones]] (Staff Writer), [[Patrick May]] (Director of Technology), [[Marisa Olson]] (Editor & Curator).
 
Staff: [[Miguel Amado]] (Curatorial Fellow), [[Lauren Cornell]] (Executive Director), [[William Hanley]] (Staff Writer), [[Caitlin Jones]] (Staff Writer), [[Patrick May]] (Director of Technology), [[Marisa Olson]] (Editor & Curator).
  
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* Laurel Ptak. "Interview with Mark Tribe, Founder, Rhizome", ''Art Spaces Archives Project'', April 2010. [http://as-ap.org/oralhistories/interviews/interview-mark-tribe-founder-rhizome]
  
http://www.rhizome.org
 
  
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[[Category:Media culture mailing lists]]
 
[[Category:Media culture mailing lists]]

Revision as of 09:57, 19 February 2012

Mailing list and later on a broader online platform for the new media art community. Its initiator Mark Tribe started the project when he was living in Berlin in 1996.

In 1998 Rhizome was relocated to New York City and incorporated as a non-profit. In September 2003, Rhizome became an affiliate of the New Museum of Contemporary Art, in which the Museum provides office space and some administrative and development support for Rhizome. Rhizome.org remains an independent 501 C3 organization registered in the state of New York.

Staff: Miguel Amado (Curatorial Fellow), Lauren Cornell (Executive Director), William Hanley (Staff Writer), Caitlin Jones (Staff Writer), Patrick May (Director of Technology), Marisa Olson (Editor & Curator).

Articles
  • Laurel Ptak. "Interview with Mark Tribe, Founder, Rhizome", Art Spaces Archives Project, April 2010. [1]


http://www.rhizome.org