Gate Pages :: November 01: G.H. Hovagimyan


G.H. Hovagimyan (born 1950) is an experimental artist, who—over the past 25 years—has been involved with various groups and art movements, among them installation and video performance art in the 1970s, No Wave Cinema and Punk Performance Art in the 1980s and net art in the 1990's. His recents works operate in hybrid areas between networked performance, interactive installation, and sound art. Recent awards include Eyebeam Atelier 2001 artists residency pilot program (NYC); CICV (International Center for the Creation of Video) 2000 residency in Belfort, France, and Franklin Furnace's Future of the Present 2002 residency program. His collaborative works with Peter Sinclair (GB) have been exhibited in France at Les Musiques '98; Musee D'Art Contemporain, Marseille; Sound Artists of North America '99, Musee D'Art Contemporain, Lyon; Les Nuits Savoureuse '99 and Interferences '00, CICV, Belfort. He is represented by Postmasters Gallery (NYC) and teaches at the School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art Dept. in New York City.