About Us

Digital Art Museum is an online resource for the history and practice of digital fine art. It informs on historical and on contemporary positions choosen by an advisory panel. It exhibits the work of leading Artists in this field since 1956. [DAM] is an on-line museum with a comprehensive exhibition of Digital Art supported by a wide range of background information including biographies, articles, a bibliography and interviews.
[DAM] also includes an Essays section with articles by artists and theorists specially selected to place the works in context (many of them by special arrangement with Leonardo journal). A History section lists key events and technologies in date order.
[DAM] is intended for the enjoyment of all visitors, curators and collectors, scholars of art, and for an emerging generation of digital artists wishing to understand a 50-year heritage of innovation and experimentation.

Advisory Panel

Selection Process
The Advisory Panel selects the artists of DAM on a majority vote basis; in case of a tie, the director has the casting vote. Suggestion can come from each of the AP members or the director.

Panel members:
Prof. Dr. Frieder Nake
University of Bremen, Department of Mathematics / Computer Science & University of the Arts, Bremen, Digital Media, Member of the Leibniz Society of Sciences, Berlin

Pau Waelder, PhD
Art critic, curator and researcher. PhD in Information and Knowledge Society, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

Dominique Moulon, PhD
Art Critic & Independent Curator, Ph.D in Arts & Sciences of Art, Artistic Director of Variation Paris

Honorary Advisory Panel

The honorary members of the Advisory Panel supported the Digital Art Museum in it's beginnings since 2000, at a time when Digital Art was still a new field in the contemporary arts. Together with their support the foundation of this online resource was laid.

Panel members:
Sue Gollifer
Pioneer Artist
Senior Lecturer in Fine Art, Printmaking at Brighton University
Curator of several international Digital Art Shows

Dr. Roger Malina
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Leonardo, the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology

Bonnie Mitchell
Bowling Green University, USA

Professor Frieder Nake
University Bremen, Germany
Early Pioneer and Writer about Digital Art

Cynthia Beth Rubin
Rhode Island School of Art, USA
ISEA, International Symposium of Electronic Art, member of Board

Anne Morgan Spalter
Brown University, Providence, USA
Research Staff and Writer on Digital Arts

Professor Rejane Spitz
Pioneer Artist
Professor at the Department of Art & Design at Rio de Janeiro Catholic University, Brazil
Curator of several exhibtions on the Digital Arts in South America