Caroline Anderson’s work mixes technology and traditional art issues.
Trained as a painter,
she integrates the semiotics of computer graphics and interactive media with
art-object creation. She has exhibited extensively* in museums and galleries
nationally, internationally, and of course, on line. As the Assistant Director
of TransCultural Exchange, Caroline is in charge of the web site you are
presently viewing. She is also an Assistant Professor in the Interactive
Design program at the Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago.
About the tile: The figure on the tile
is taken from Runic, an alphabet/ symbol set used by ancient Germanic tribes
to invoke nature's energies. This letter, commonly used in combination with
others, can be identified as "Elhaz," for protection; or "Mannaz,"
for human. The technique is vitreous glass mosaic. Thanks to Karen
Ami of Mudhouse Studios.
* Judy Saslow Gallery, Gallery 180 (Chicago),
The Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,
Cleveland's Bonfoey, William Busta and SPACES Galleries, the Columbus Museum
of Art, the Arnoff Center for the Arts in Cincinnati, and the Mansfield
Art Center (Ohio); The New Art Center, Gallery 10, Foundry Gallery, the
Washington Women's Art Center (Washington, DC); Palfy Palace and Socha
y Objekt V (Sculpture and Object 5), Bratislava, Slovak Republic; The Minneapolis
Institute of Art (Minnesota); the Plains Art Museum (North Dakota); and
others. See http://www.carolineanderson.net/art/resume