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Lynn Hershman Leeson has worked extensively in photography, video, film, installation and pioneered interactive computer and net-based media art. She has been at the forefront of “new media” art since the 1970s, developing fluency in new digital technologies as they evolved. Lynn has been responsible for a number of technological innovations, including the first interactive computer-based artwork, the first artwork to use touch-sensitive screen technology, and the first networked telerobotic art installation. She was a part of the Feminist Art Movement in the United States and still demonstrates today her originality while continuing her feminist mission to explore female communication practices, insight and sexuality.


Lynn’s studio was a buzz of activity on the 2nd floor of a brick building in the Mission District. She has a handfull of assistants who are kept very busy by her hectic schedule.



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