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Remo Campopiano
3335 Johnson Street, NE, Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: 614-353-8290
E-mail: remocampopiano©gmail.com
Art Site: http://remo.net

 
 EDUCATION

1978-1980
Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
MFA, Sculpture

1974-1978
Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, MA
BFA, Sculpture & Photography

   EXHIBITIONS
  2016  Body And Machine –A Group Exhibition of Kinetic and Interactive Sculpture
  2015
  Body And Machine –A Group Exhibition of Kinetic and Interactive Sculpture
 2003 Complexity, The Federal Reserve Gallery, Federal Reserve Building, Washington, DC, (Eight-Bit Ant Farm in collaboration with Guy Marsden & Jon Schull)
The Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, info@blah: overload and organization, (
Eight-Bit Ant Farm)
 2002 Complexity, Dorsky Museum, New Paltz, NY (Eight-Bit Ant Farm in collaboration with Guy Marsden & Jon Schull)
Convergence 2002, Providence, RI  (
Race of the WaterSpiders)
Solo Exhibit: Remo Campopiano:
New Projects, Bannister Gallery, RIC, Providence, RI
 2001 Convergence 2001, Providence, RI  (Dance of the WaterSpiders)
   Boston Cyberarts Festival, Cambridge, MA (Dance of the WaterSpiders)
 2000 DeCordova Annual, DeCordova Museum, (Under the Volcano)
 0000-1999 Convergence XII, Providence, RI (Cement Tree)
e-flections@attleboro, Attleboro Museum, Attleboro, MA (
Rupture in CyberSpace)
 1998 VRML Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
 1997 PORT: Navigating Digital Culture, List Visual Art Center, MIT, Cambridge, MA
 1996 Land, in collaboration with Robbin Murphy and GH Hovagimyan, 426 Broome Street, NYC, NY
 1995 Visualizing CyberSpace, Curator, 426 Broome Street, NYC, NY
 1994 Art & Cyberspace: Test Drive The Future, at HERE, NY
 1993 Convergence VI, Providence, RI (Six Figures)
 1991 Glam Slam Exhibition, Prince's Nightclub, Minneapolis, MN (Buddha)
 1990 Sugar City, Northern State College, Aberdeen, SD
 1989 Mind/Heart Balance, List Visual Art Center, MIT, Boston, MA
Eight McKnight Artists, Traveled to the Tweed Museum, Duluth, MN; Bemidji State University, MN; MCAD Gallery, Minneapolis, MN (
Rat-Buddha)
Eco-Systems, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA (
Fishbreeder)
 1987 In-collaboration: Eleven Artists, Bethel College, MN
 1986 MAEP Anniversary Show, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN (Bird City)
 1985 Five Jerome Artists, Traveled to: MCAD Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
The New Museum, Soho, NY (
Plato's Cave)
 1983 Journeys, MAEP, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN (Time Room)
Three-Person Show, Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, MN
 1982 The 1x1x1 Show, Traveled to Detroit, MI, Saginaw, MI & S. Carolina
 1979 Public Sculpture Competition, Detroit Artists' Market, MI
Midwest Exchange Show, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
 1978 Solo Exhibit: Sculpture & Photography, New Bedford, MA

 
 HONORS & AWARDS

2002
Convergence 2002, CapArts Providence

2001
Convergence 2001, CapArts Providence

1999
Convergence XI, CapArts Providence

1993
Convergence VI, CapArts Providence

0000-1990
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
Forecast Public Art Affairs: R&D Stipend
Diverse Visions Grant
Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship

1989
Minnesota State Arts Board Career Opportunities Grant
MIT Residency, List Visual Arts Center, MA

1998
McKnight Foundation Fellowship

1996
Bush Foundation Fellowship

1994
Jerome Foundation Fellowship



 



COLLECTIONS

2002
Cement Tree, Seekonk Public Library, Seekonk, MA

0000-1992
Garden Buddha, The Colombian Consulate, Minneapolis, MN
....Contact Person: Trudy D'Tores, (612) 933-2408
Timeline Book Case, The California Building, Minneapolis, MN
....Contact Person: John Kramer, (612) 788-5551



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PERFORMANCES

1979
Court Jester, Guy Fawkes Ball, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Rapids--Confronting Fears, Northern Maine

1978
Skydiving--Confronting Fears, Gregory, MI
Cake Caper, Westport, MA

1977
Crucifixion--Confronting Fears, Teeter Estate, North Dartmouth, MA

 
 PROFESSIONAL ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE
 2003 Workshop, Making Robots Behave, RISD Museum
Gallery talk with curators and artists, Artists as Systems Engineers

2002
Panel Discussion, Complexity, Dorsky Museum

2000
Panel Discussion, ArtSmart 2000, RISD

1999
Guest Speaker, Attleboro Museum, Attleboro MA

0000-1997
Panel Discussion, The Internet: A New Pedagogical Tool for Art Education, Columbia University
Panel Discussion, Art on the Internet, with Stephen Romano, Ebon Fisher, Rose Gonnella, Keen College, NJ
Guest Speaker, New England School of Photography, Boston, MA

1996
Panel Discussion, Art on the Internet, Artists Talk on Art, Soho, NY
Guest Speaker, ASCI Cyber Fair, Cooper Union, NYC, NY

1995
Panelist, Cyber-soho, Soho Arts Festival, NYC, NY
Guest Speaker, International Fine Print Dealers Association Inc., NYC, NY
Guest Speaker, ASCI Cyber Fair, Cooper Union, NYC, NY

1994
Panelist, School for the Visual Arts, NYC, NY

1993
Guest Speaker, University of Minnesota, Mpls. MN

1992
Guest Speaker, Bethel College, MN
Guest Speaker, University of Minnesota, Mpls. MN

1991
Panelist, Simulation/Stimulation, MCAD, Mpls. MN

1990
Jerome Travel Grant Juror Guest Speaker, DBAE Conference
Artist in Residence, Northern State College, Aberdeen, SD

1989
Artist in Residence, MIT, Boston, MA

1988
Artist in Residence, Bethel College, MN

1987
Guest Speaker, Mid-America College Art Association Conference, MN

1984
Juror & Guest Speaker, Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, MN
Panelist on "Criteria for Important Art," Jewish Community Center, MN
Guest Speaker, St. Paul Artists' Collective, MN

1983
Guest Speaker, Swain School of Art, New Bedford, MA

 
 PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE

2000-pres
Founder, Robotics Art Club of New England

2000
Web-based education development, Session.edu, Soho, NYC

1999
Web Developer for Booth Contemporary Art. Design and maintain a gallery web site.

1999
Adjunct Instructor, New England Institute of Technology. At NEIT I taught web site design and Dreamweaver software.

1998-1999
Instructor, Web Design with FrontPage 98 from Microsoft. Developed and designed the first online course in FrontPage 98.

1997-pres
Web Developer for CapitolArts Providence. Design and maintain a large visual-arts web site and email newsletter.

1997-1998
Instructor, Intro to VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language). Developed and designed the first online course in VRML 2.0.

1994-1997
Instructor, Intro to the Internet & HTML

1994-1999
Founder & director of ED-CENTER, an education center dedicated to web-based training. Our mission is to explore the opportunities provided by the Internet in the field of education, while sharing our knowledge as pioneers in the development of Internet art and performance.

1996-1997
Producer and director of PORT: Navigating Digital Culture, at MIT, a series of live performances on the Internet. Concept: to present the flux of digital culture in the networked environment of the Internet as a two month exhibition at the List Visual Arts Center at MIT.

1996-1997
Founding Member of the Foundation for Digital Culture, a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to promote and support digital culture and art on-line.

1993-pres
President and founder of Virtual Real Estate, Inc., developers of artnetweb, a leading visual arts web site and collaborative dedicated to the access and exploration of new technologies for artists.

1993
January 1, 1993 I moved from Minneapolis to New York City.

1991
On July 21, 1992, the most important day of my life, my lovely daughter was born, Sofia Amelia Campopiano.

1991
Development Director for Artifex Alternative Arts Museum. In this temporary position I helped a one-year-old alternative space set up a development program. I organized a Board of Directors, filed for their nonprofit status, organized their bookkeeping, and applied for three grants, which were received.

1983-1984
Developer of "Criticism & the Art Market," a series of ten monthly articles designed to pull together a historical context for local criticism and a budding art market. These articles lead to a largely-expanded critical dialogue and the blossoming of the Minneapolis Warehouse Gallery District.

1984-1987
Developer of "Forum," a critical supplement in Artpaper, funded jointly by the Jerome, Bush and Northwest Area Foundation. This program marked the beginning of serious critical dialogue in the Twin Cities' art community.

1980-1988
Co-founder and development director of the Visual Arts Information Service, publisher of Artpaper. In this position I was responsible for all income--foundation, corporate, earned and inkind. In the first three years we established Artpaper as an integral part of the visual-arts community with news and information and a solid fiscal foundation.
 
Copyright@1991-2013, Remo Campopiano, 3335 Johnson Street, NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418
Phone: (614) 353-8290, Email: remocampopiano@gmail.com.