working artists



Matthew Biederman
Bart Woodstrup

biography | artist statement | project proposal


Since 1996, artist Matthew Biederman, has exhibited and performed his video projection installations and screened works in plays, musical performances, film festivals and exhibition installations exploring themes of Ïcut-upÓ electronic image delivery, media saturation and data systems as well as the video signal as medium. Biederman has also served as artist in residence at the Experimental Television Center.

Biederman is based in San Francisco where he frequently performs at regularly scheduled audio/visual performance venues which he helps to curate. He also presents live Îone-timeÌ video improvisations conducted digitally via software that he writes and continually modifies and updates. Recent performances have included shows at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, Betalounge, New Langton Arts, and the San Jose Museum of Art.

Bart Bridger Woodstrup received a Masters of Music in Computer Music and New Media Technology at Northern Illinois University. His work, however, extends beyond the boundaries of music and sound art. He has produced video work, which is shown frequently in the U.S. and abroad. He also enjoys working with a variety of media (i.e. photography, performance art,, etc.) often incorporating these into an intermedia piece. Recently he served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Northern Illinois University where he taught classes in video, performance art, sound art, digital imaging, and critical thinking for art and time. Bart is currently an instructor at the Illinois Institute of Art at Schaumburg where he teaches audio for animation.