Galen Joseph-Hunter

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Guiding free103point9's transition to a nonprofit organization, Galen Joseph-Hunter has served as Executive Director since 2002. Simultaneously, she has worked at the venerable video art organization Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) since 1996. She was the co-curator, with Michael Rush, of Video Jam, an exhibition of recent video works by 42 artists at the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Florida, in 2001, and curated See Through at PBICA in 2000. Other curatorial projects include: Video Windows (2001) at the Stefan Stux Gallery, New York; Interactions (2002), co-curated with Lori Zippay, at the New York Center for Media Arts, New York; Memory of Temptations (2002) at EdiciÛnMadrid, Spain; Tune(In))) (2003), a one-night installation featuring over sixty sound artists performing live into six radio transmitters; Tune(In))) The Kitchen (2004) part of the city-wide festival NEW SOUND, NEW YORK'; Airborne (2005) at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, and Microradio Sound Walk (2005) at the Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland. She has served on numerous panels on Media Art and presented lectures on Transmission Arts including: ArtChicago (1999); Bard College (2001); The Kitchen (2002); Scope-art Fair (2002); Eyebeam (2005); Cornell College (2006); Observatori Festival, Valencia (2006); among others.