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VH AWARD COMPETITION FOR NEW MEDIA ART CREATION

Panel of Judges

  • Martin Honzik Head of Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria
    Martin Honzik is an artist and director of Ars Elec- tronica’s Festival, Prix and Exhibitions divisions. He studied visual experimental design at Linz Art University (graduated in 2001) and completed the master’s program in culture & media management at the University of Linz and ICCM Salzburg (graduated in 2003). From 1998 to 2001, he was a member of the production team at the OK Center of Contemporary Art. In 2001, he joined the staff of the Ars Electronica Future Lab, where, until 2005, his responsibilities included exhibition design, art in architecture, interface design, event design and project management. Since 2006, Martin Honzik has been director of the Ars Electronica Festival and the Prix Ars Electronica and in charge of the exhibitions in the Ars Electronica Center as well as Ars Electronica’s international exhibition projects. His recent achievements in addition to numerous art projects (e.g. Ganz Linz, Vernichtungsaktion), include co-founding the u19 – CREATE YOUR WORLD festival for young people and serving as head of production and director of the 2012 Voestalpine Klangwolke.
  • Amy Heibel Adjunct Curator of Art + Technology Lab, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, L.A., USA
    Amy Heibel began her career in journalism at the Center for Investigative Reporting and later served as an executive creative director in over 200 projects for Louvre, the National Gallery of London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tate Modern, SFMOMA, LACMA and the Getty. She received her bachelor’s degree in Scripps College and master’s degree in UC Berkeley in Philosophy. For 9 years from 1997, Heibel created multimedia contents with new digital media technique by leading creative and technical teams in San Francisco, New York, London and Paris. She has worked as the Head of New Media in LACMA for 2 years and has become the Vice President until now, taking responsibilities for all web and digital media engagement strategies and museum technology infrastructure.
  • Myungji Bae Curator of National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
    Myungji Bae received her bachelor’s degree in arts and later received her master’s degree and Ph.D. in art history in Hongik University. From 2004 to 2015, she worked as an executive curator in Coreana Museum of Art and directed over 20 domestic/international exhibitions. Her recent works include 'Tell Me Her Story'(2013), 'Performing Film'(2013), and 'Featuring Cinema'(2011). In 2006, Bae received ‘Award of the Year’ from the Arts Council Korea for an exhibition 'Image Theater' curated by her. She is currently serving as a curator in Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Gwacheon, Korea.