We first became aware of Carmin Karasic through her work with ArtNetWeb's 1997 Digital extravaganza, "PORT: Navigating Digital Culture," in which she teamed with Leslie Everett for a production titled, "CyberDance Myths". Though Carmin has called herself a fledgling in the arts world she has quite an impressive resume and has come a long way in a short period of time. Once a slave to the corporate world with a background in computer science Ms. Karasic has done what many have dreamed to do by abandoning the slave-driving world of 9 to 5 doldrums in pursuit of her love of all that be digital and beautious. Carmin now is the C.E.O. of her own succesful software engineering business, Pixelyze. As you view the art work in her gallery and read an excerpt from "Passionate Interests," a performance piece with John Hopkins, you also will be pleased Carmin has made the correct choice to follow her heart while pursuing her dream of living in cyberspace.
Perception from various perspectives:
An artist's responsibility: my personal artist ethics
as activist :
as an artist today :
Any and all cybertheory-- my absolute favorite topic
cyber attractions :
cyberfuturist theory :
Last but not least -- issues of honesty.
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