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Grahame Weinbren «Sonata»
Grahame Weinbren, «Sonata», 1991 – 1993
© Grahame Weinbren

Archive / Collection: ZKM, Karlsruhe

 Grahame Weinbren

* 1947 in Johannesburg, Southafrika; 1965-68 studies in philosophy at the University of London; 1968-71 continued his studies at the State University of New York in Buffalo; 1972-73 gave lectures in philosphy, film- and arthistory at California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, Californien; 1973-75 assistant professor for philosophy at the University of California, Santa Barbara; 1979 visiting professor at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig (D); Editor of the Millenium Film Journal, a journal of avant-garde film, video and works in other image technologies, New York; Since 1990 visiting professor for photografy und computerarts at the School of Visual Arts in New York City; Lives in New York City (USA). Weinbren is a pioneer of interactivity. He made films since the early 1970s, and has edited features,documentaries, music videos, and commercials. He has published widely on interactivity and cinema, and has lectured on interactivity and cinema throughout the world since 1982. He has made interactive cinema art-works since the early 1980s.