Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz

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Kit Galloway (born 1948) and Sherrie Rabinowitz (1950–2013) met in 1975 and worked collaboratively under the name Mobile Image.[1] They co-founded the Electronic Café International (ECI), a cafe, networking centre, performance and workshop space and art hub in Santa Monica, California.[2] Until Rabinowitz's death, they created numerous art works which could be categorized as communication aesthetics, telematic art and digital theatre[3]


  1. ^ Durland, Steven (1987). "Defining the Image as Place: A Conversation With Kit Galloway, Sherrie Rabinowitz & Gene Youngblood". High Performance. No. 37. Retrieved March 7, 2020.
  2. ^ Snowden, Don (28 October 1990). "TECHNOLOGY : An Electronic Kaffeeklatsch : With videos, computers, fax machines and java, patrons at the Electronic Cafe are creating a high-tech artistic network". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 6 March 2015.
  3. ^ Wilson, Stephen (2002). Information Arts: Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology. MIT Press. ISBN 9780262731584.