— 27 May 1990
During the IMPAKT festival, Anne Nigten, part of the video artist group “Young Caged Animals” will exhibit her “geomorphological studies”. The exhibited works are the result of material and atmospheric studies of video productions. Deformation, discarding and death – in short, the cycle of life and death are central to these collages.
Anne Nigten― Artist
Anne Nigten (PhD) is the director of The Patchingzone, a praxis laboratory where Master, PhD students and professionals work together on meaningful creative content. Prior to her current position Nigten was the manager of V2_Lab, the aRt&D department of V2_. Nigten is lecturing on research and development in the interdisciplinary field from an art perspective. Before her position at V2_ she has been working as an independent media artist, and simultaneously fulfilled several management jobs for the media art sector in the Netherlands. She is adviser for several media art and science initiatives in Europe, member of the board of directors of The Public-gallery (UK), Noordkaap foundation, The Netherlands. She completed her PhD at the University of the Arts London (UK), and frequently publishes papers on art, engineering and (computer) science collaboration and software development.