Network, Interdisciplinary, Interactive Art, (100% Art)
Professor Jevbratt’s work – ranging from internet visualization software to biofeedback and interspecies collaboration – is concerned with collectives and systems, the languages and conditions that generate them, and the exchanges within them. The projects explore alternative, distributed and unintentional collaborations and expressions of these collectives. Her projects have been exhibited internationally, in venues such as The Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Banff Centre for the Arts (Canada), The New Museum (New York), The Swedish National Public Art Council (Stockholm, Sweden), and the Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York). Her work is discussed in numerous books, for example, in Internet Art by Rachel Greene and Digital Art by Christiane Paul (Thames and Hudson). Jevbratt also publishes texts on topics related to her work and research, for example in the anthology Network Art – Practices and Positions (Routledge).