Ingrid Burrington

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Ingrid Burrington
Born1987 (age 34–35)
Alma materMaryland Institute College of Art
Notable workNetworks of New York: An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet Infrastructure
Websitelifewinning.com

Ingrid Burrington (born 1987)[1] is a writer and artist based out of Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art[2] and has since had her work appear in numerous publications including The Atlantic, The Nation, and San Francisco Arts Quarterly.[3] Burrington published Networks of New York: An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet Infrastructure with Melville House Publishing in 2016.[4] She has also participated in numerous residencies, held teaching positions, and presented talks and workshops to the public. Burrington is currently represented as an artist by NOME,[1] an art gallery focused on raising awareness about current issues and based in Berlin. She is also a founding member of Deep Lab.[5]

Career[edit]

Burrington's career, which began with a focus on art and data visualization, shifted toward the field of network infrastructure in 2013 after the leaking of the Snowden files. It was then that she became interested in what the inside of the internet looked like, beyond what the media was trying to depict.[6] This eventually lead Burrington to write her book, Networks of New York, where she uses over fifty illustrations to help readers understand and outline the urban Internet infrastructure.[4]

Over the course of Ingrid's career, she has received noteworthy grants and held positions with organizations such as:[3]

Burrington has also held adjunct teaching positions at Cooper Union (2018), Rhode Island School of Design (2017), and School for Poetic Computation (2015-2016).[3] As of spring 2020 she is involved in the Humans in Residence (HIRs) program within the NYU Tische School of The Arts.[7]

Selected events and exhibitions[edit]

Some of the most recent events and exhibitions that have displayed her work include: [3]

  • Future Perfect - Data and Society Research Institute (June 7-8, 2018)[8]
  • Futureproof - Haverford College, PA (October 27 - December 17, 2017)[9]
  • Haunted Machines, Wicked Problems - Impakt Festival, NL (October 25 - November 12, 2017)[10]
  • The Glass Room - London, United Kingdom (October 25 - November 12, 2017)[11]
  • Infosphere - CENART, Mexico City, Mexico (May 25 - September 3, 2017)[12]
  • To Serve The National Interest - Ace Hotel Gallery, New York, NY. (April 5 - April 28, 2017)[13]
  • Evidentiary Realism - Fridman Gallery, New York City, NY. (February 28 - March 31, 2017)[14]
  • Reconnaissance - NOME Gallery, Berlin, DE. (September 17 - November 11, 2016)[15]
  • THE NEXT BIG THING IS NOT A THING: Surveying the Design Discipline - Bureau Europa, Maastricht, NL (March 5 - June 10, 2016)[16]
  • Big Band Data - Somerset House, London, United Kingdom. (December 3, 2015 - March 20, 2016)[17]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Nome | Ingrid Burrington". nomegallery.com. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  2. ^ "Ingrid Burrington: Living inside a Computer". MICA. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  3. ^ a b c d "Hello!". lifewinning.com. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  4. ^ a b Books, Melville House. Networks of New York » Melville House Books.
  5. ^ "Founding Members". Deep Lab. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  6. ^ "Interview with Ingrid Burrington". Mask Magazine. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  7. ^ "Humans in Residence (HIRs)". NYU Tisch. Retrieved March 25, 2020.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  8. ^ "Future Perfect 2018". Data & Society. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  9. ^ exhibits_admin (2017-09-29). "About". Futureproof. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  10. ^ "Impakt Festival 2017: Haunted Machines & Wicked Problems". Mondriaan Fonds (in Dutch). Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  11. ^ "art-agenda". www.art-agenda.com. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  12. ^ "Infosphere". infosphere.cenart.gob.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  13. ^ "To Serve the National Interest". Rhizome. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  14. ^ "Evidentiary Realism". Fridman Gallery. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  15. ^ "Announcement // 'Reconnaissance': Ingrid Burrington at NOME". Berlin Art Link. 2016-09-09. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  16. ^ "Bureau Europa / Maastricht - ONE MILLION BY ULI AIGNER". Eine Million. Retrieved 2020-03-25.
  17. ^ House, Somerset. "Ingrid Burrington and Dan Williams | Big Bang Data". bigbangdata.somersethouse.org.uk. Retrieved 2020-03-25.