An Xiao Mina
An Xiao Mina is an American social media artist.
In 2009, she started the Brooklyn Museum's Twitter commission, 1stfans, with a project involving Morse code. It was the first socially networked membership for a museum. She also founded @Platea, a global social media art collective that has exhibited and performed throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Puerto Rico, Australia and Western Europe. An Xiao Mina grew up in Los Angeles and Manila, and has also lived in New York.
She was listed in The Guardian's "who's who" of the Twitter art world in 2009. She has written about social media art for the New York Foundation for the Arts, and as a columnist for Art:21's Art 2.1: Creating on the Social Web, which she started. She also wrote an influential essay on social media art for Hrag Vartanian's Hyperallergic.
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