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Golan Levin and Collaborators
Recognitions and Other Vitae
- Honors and Awards
- Peer Review and Jury Service
- Curatorial Work and Event Organization
- Artist Residencies
- Permanent Collections
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- Named one of "50 Designers Shaping the Future" [Fast Company Magazine, 10/2012]
- "Golan Levin, A-OK guy for 2010." [Bruce Sterling, 2010]
- One of the world's "Top 100 Innovators Under 35" [Technology Review, 2004]
- "One of the most brilliant figures in contemporary audiovisual art" [El Pais, 2002]
- "One of the most accomplished practitioners of the new sub-genre known as software art" [Lawrence Rinder, 2002]
Honorable Mention, Computer Animation, Prix Ars Electronica 2015. 9/2015.
Core77 Design Awards: Winner, DIY Category
Design Museum London, Designs of the Year 2013 (finalist), Digital category
FastCompany Design's 32 Favorite Products from 2012
Creative Application's #1 of 10 Most Memorable Projects of 2012
Finalist, 2012 World Technology Awards.
Award of Distinction [2nd prize], Hybrid Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2012. 9/2012.
Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2009. 9/2009.
Grand Kam Fan Award, as part of McCann ELEMENTS campaign, 11/2008.
Webby Award, NetArt Category, 2007 Webby Awards. 5/2007.
Elected as WTN Fellow, Arts Category, 2005 World Technology Awards. 6/2005.
TR100, Technology Review's "100 Top Young Innovators Under 35", 10/2004.
Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2004. 9/2004.
Award of Distinction [2nd prize], Net Vision / Net Excellence, Prix Ars Electronica 2003. 9/2003.
Bronze Medalist, ID Magazine Interaction Design Awards. 11/2002.
Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2002. 9/2002.
Contributor to Carnivore, Golden Nica, Net Excellence, Prix Ars Electronica, 9/2002.
New Artist Under 30, Print Magazine. 4/2002.
Inclusion in Art21: Art in the Twenty-First Century. 5/2001.
Honorable Mention, Interactive Art Prize, Berlin Transmediale.01. 2/2001.
Award of Distinction [2nd prize], Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2000. 9/2000.
Best of Interactive Category, BitByBitDigital juried exhibition. 10/2000.
Winner, Communication Arts Interactive Design Annual 6. 9/2000.
Bronze Medalist, ID Magazine Interaction Design Awards. 6/2000.
Winner, ASCI Digital2000 Competition. 6/2000.
Honorary Mention, Tokyo Type Director's Club Awards. 4/2000.
Merrill-Lynch Student Fellowship. 1999-2000.
IBM Student Fellowship, 1998-1999.
National Semifinalist, Westinghouse Science Competition. 12/1989.
Honors and Awards: Artist Grants
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) 2008 Fellowship award, New Technologies / Other Genres, 2/2008.
Berkman Faculty Development Grant, Carnegie Mellon University, 12/2006.
Artist's Grant, Emerging Fields Category, Creative Capital Foundation. 2/2006.
Artist's Grant, New York State Council on the Arts. 8/2003.
Artist's Grant, Rockefeller Foundation Multi-Arts Production Fund. 7/2003.
Artist's Grant, The Daniel Langlois Foundation. 5/2003.
Artist's Grant, Arts Council England, National Touring Programme. 1/2003.
Artist's Grant, New York State Council on the Arts. 2/2002.
Artist's Grant, The Greenwall Foundation. 2/2002.
Artist's Grant, The Daniel Langlois Foundation. 5/2001.
Artist's Grant, The Greenwall Foundation. 5/2001.
Artist's Grant, MIT Council for the Arts. 11/1991.
Honors and Awards: Nominations
Nominee, United States Artists Fellowship. 5/2008.
Nominee, Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship. 10/2007.
Nominee, Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship. 8/2005.
Finalist, Van Alen Institute Civic Exchange Competition, 2/2005.
Nominee, Artist category, 6th Annual WIRED Magazine Rave Award, 1/2005.
Nominee, Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship. 8/2004.
Finalist, Adobe Public Art Commission Competition. 7/2003.
Nominee, Arts Category, 2003 World Technology Awards. 6/2003.
Nominee, Rockefeller Media Arts Fellowship. 8/2002.
Nominee, Arts Category, 2002 World Technology Awards. 6/2002.
NIME 2009 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression), Installations Chair, 6/2009.
Rockefeller Multi-Arts Production (MAP) Fund, reviewer, 3/2008.
Prix Ars Electronica 2007, Hybrid Art category Jury member, Linz, Austria, 4/2007.
NIME 2007 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression), Paper Reviewer, 2/2007.
CHI 2007 (Computer-Human Interaction), Paper Reviewer, 11/2006.
UIST 2006 (User Interface Software and Technology), Paper Reviewer, 4/2006.
NIME 2006 (New Interfaces for Musical Expression), Paper Reviewer, 2/2006.
ISEA 2006, Interactive City Jury member, 6/2005.
Prix Ars Electronica 2005, Net Vision category Jury member, Linz, Austria, 4/2005.
Berlin Transmediale '02, Interactive Art Jury member, Berlin, 2/2002.
Fourth International Browser Day, Jury member, New York City, 3/2001.
ART && CODE 3D: DIY 3D Sensing and Visualization. Director. 10/2011.
Mobile ART && CODE. Director. 11/2009.
NIME 2009: Interactive Sound Art Installations. Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon. 6/2009.
ART && CODE. Director, symposium on computational arts programming. 3/2009.
Code, Form, Space. Co-director, symposium on generative form and fabrication. 2/2009.
Code and Form: C.E.B. Reas / Marius Watz. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. 2/2009.
Third Annual IEEE InfoVis Art Exhibition (co-curator with Fernanda Viégas). 10/2008.
Second Annual IEEE InfoVis Art Exhibition (co-curator with Fernanda Viégas and Ben Fry). 11/2007.
Signal Operators: an Audiovisual Microfestival, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, University of Houston, Texas. 4/20/2006.
Dorkbot Pittsburgh, Co-founder, 4/2006.
Golan Levin Presents at Monkeytown, Brooklyn, NYC. 11/2005.
Singlecell & Doublecell Net Art Portals, 2000-2001.
Ars Electronica Festival, Ars Electronica Futurelab, Linz, Summer 2005.
Project Development Residence, Ars Electronica Futurelab, Linz, Summer 2004.
Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria, Summer 2003.
Eyebeam Artist-in-Residence, Eyebeam Artists' Studio, NYC, Fall 2002.
Siemens Artist-in-Residence, Ars Electronica Futurelab, Linz, Summer 2002.
Swiss National Exposition, Jura, Switzerland. May-June 2002.
Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria, Summer 2001.
San Francisco Exploratorium: Floo. 9/2004.
American Museum of the Moving Image, NYC: Floccus. 11/2002.
Ars Electronica Museum of the Future, Linz: Hidden Worlds. 9/2002.
Whitney Museum of American Arts: Axis. 9/2002.
Zeum.org, San Francisco: Meshy. 6/2002.
Computer Fine Arts Collection: Blobby (Tiles). 4/2002.
Australian Center for the Moving Image, Sydney: AVES. 6/2001.
Ars Electronica Museum of the Future, Linz: AVES. 9/2000.
American Museum of the Moving Image, NYC: Rouen Revisited. 3/2000.