Artificial intelligence program presented on television monitors and as video projection.
Alex Greenberger is senior editor of ARTnews, where he began as an intern in 2013. His writing has appeared in the Village Voice, Artspace, and Architectural Digest, and his essays have appeared in catalogues for galleries. He runs a column on the ARTnews website called “The Browser,” which focuses on photographic, moving-image, and digital work, and his recent articles include coverage of calls by activists for accountability and transparency in New York museums, profiles of the artist Wu Tsang and the collective Forensic Architecture, an infographic about French collector François Pinault’s network, a ranking of Hito Steyerl’s videos, and a survey about diversity in exhibition programming at US institutions. He runs the “Retrospective” section on the ARTnews website, in which materials from the publication’s archives are republished regularly. A graduate of New York University’s art history and cinema studies departments, he wrote his undergraduate thesis on Bill Viola’s 2002 video installation Going Forth by Day, and he continues to maintain an interest in video art, film, photography, and net art. He can be found on Twitter at @alexgreenberger (where he posts memes about Steyerl and Louise Lawler, in addition to his articles) and on Instagram via the same handle (where he mainly just posts pictures of art). He is based in Brooklyn.
— Source: ARTNews profile