Daniel Lichtman is an artist, educator and organizer. Dan works in game-making, performance, video, coding and installation.
I am an artist, educator and organizer based in NYC. My work in creative computing, performance and video explores how media platforms shape contemporary experiences of trust and solidarity. I often work with artist and non-artist collaborators to explore fragile relations of power between performers, viewers and members of communities. I have presented work at BRIC, The Bronx Museum, The Drawing Center, The Queens Museum, The ICA (London), The Tetley (Leeds), Oxford University (Oxford) and other venues. I curate and organize public art programs that address how media shapes social experience such as the performance of gender and free speech. Programs and events have been held at Cornell University/-empyre- soft skinned space, Humber Street Gallery (Hull), The Tetley (Leeds), Sculpture Center, The Public School, Exit Art and elsewhere. I earned my MFA at Goldsmiths, London and I am currently lecturer in New Media Art at SUNY Purchase and Baruch College, CUNY.
contact me at danielp73 at gmail dot com
#social2021, exhibition at CICA Museum, South Korea - October, 2021
iDMAa: Broken Media Conference, Winona State University - June, 2021
New Media Caucus Showcase, CAA Conference - February, 2021
Reports, exhibition at The Flowchart Foundation, Hudson - December, 2020
Accumulations.online, curated eonline xhibition and listserve conversation on -empyre- soft skinned space/Cornell University - December, 2020
FutureReady, online exhibition at The Anchorage Museum of Art, Anchorage - October, 2020
See my cv here.