Alan Sondheim
 

Rhinegold





Alan Sondheim's books include the anthology Being on Line: Net Subjecti- vity (Lusitania, 1996), Disorders of the Real (Station Hill, 1988), .echo (alt-X digital arts, 2001), Vel (Blazevox 2004-5), Sophia (Writers Forum, 2004) and The Wayward (Salt, 2004) as well as numerous other chapbooks, ebooks, and articles. His video and filmwork have been widely shown. Sondheim co-moderates several email lists, including Cybermind, Cyberculture and Wryting. Since 1/94, he has been working on an "Internet Text," a continuous meditation on philosophy, psychology, language, body, and virtuality. Sondheim lives in Brooklyn; he lectures and publishes on contemporary art and internet issues. In 1999, Sondheim was the 2nd virtual writer-in-residence for the Trace online writing community (Nottingham, England). In 2004, he was a 5 week resident of the Center for Literary Computing and the Virtual Environments Laboratory at West Virginia University. In 2005, he will be a 10 week resident at Grand Central Art Center (University of California, Fullerton). In 2001, Sondheim assembled a special issue of the America Book Review on Codework. Sondheim taught in the Trace online writing program; in 2001-2 he taught new media at Florida International University in Miami. He currently works in video, cdrom, performance, sound, and text, often in collaboration.

Home
http://www.asondheim.org/

Nettext
http://biblioteknett.no/alias/HJEMMESIDE/bjornmag/nettext/

WVU 2004 projects
http://www.as.wvu.edu/clcold/sondheim/

Trace
http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/writers/sondheim/index.htm

Partial Mirror
http://www.anu.edu.au/english/internet_txt