Artist

Barbara Lattanzi

Barbara Lattanzi's work has been screened at such venues as the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the European Media Art Festival, and Robert Beck Memorial Cinema. Her experimental software, "C-SPAN Karaoke", received an Honorary Mention in 2005 at Transmediale, the Berlin-based international media art festival. Her interactive media works have been exhibited at the 2003 Version>03 Digital Arts Convergence - Chicago, the 9th New York Digital Salon, Electronics Alive II Invitational, the 4th Seoul Net and Film Festival, and Turbulence. In 2005 she contributed a gatepage to the Artport website of the Whitney Museum of American Art. The production of her multimedia applets and software has been stimulated in part by the open structures of net-based cooperative venues such as Moscow on-line software art archive, "Runme.org" and Rhizome "Artbase", where her work is included. An essay about Lattanzi's software in relation to 1970s experimental film appears in Millenium Film Journal Nos.39-40. Barbara Lattanzi currently teaches in the Expanded Media Division of the School of Art and Design, Alfred University, Alfred, New York.

Videography

Soma I

1988, 06:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

(Re)Performing the Archive: Barbara Lattanzi & Hollis Frampton in...
by Chris Hill. Millenium Film Journal, Winter 2003, no. 39/40.
Manifest Diversity: Toward A Video Literature of Community Activism
by Barbara Lattanzi. Fuse, Spring 1993, v. 16, no. 2.
Outlaws Through the Lens of Corporate America
by Ellen Spiro. Cinematograph, 1991, no. 4.
News with a View: Video Witnesses Festival of New Journalism
by Janet Sorenson. Afterimage, May 1991, v. 18, no. 10.
Self-lessness: Buffalo Gals
by Sandra Haar. Fuse, June 1990, v. 13, no. 5.
Buffalo Gals go 'round feminism
by Donna Lypchuk. Metropolis, Feb. 8, 1990.
Lattanzi's Latest: An Attentional Waveform
by Chris Hill. The Squealer, 1989.
Where The Buffalo Roam
by John Worden. Afterimage, Dec. 1988, v. 16, no. 5.
Cornell Hails Buffalo's Media Art
by Richard Huntington. The Buffalo News, Oct. 9, 1988.