Scholz is a German-born, New York-based media artist, writer and organizer
who works collaboratively and individually in the fields of media art,
event-based cultural practice, new media arts education, and media archeology.
His works have been exhibited at the the Venice Biennial (with Martha
Rosler/ The Fleas), Hull Time Based Arts, the Sao Paulo Biennial, the
Web Biennial of the Istanbul Museum for Contemporary Art and many other
venues. Scholz has facilitated several large scale programs such as
"FreeCooperation" (2004, with Geert Lovink), "Right2Fight"
(with Dominique Malaquais), "Politics Is Not Enough" (in 2002
at the Santa Fe Art Institute), "At Walmart It Still Looks the
Same"(at Bauhaus-University, Weimar and ACC Gallery in 2001), "Crisis
in the Middle East" (at The University of Arizona), "Aestheticization
of War" (co-curated with Nomads in Residency at PS1), and Kosov@:
Carnival in the Eye of the Storm (2000). He has lectured at Symposium
on Electronic Arts (Helsinki, Tallin), Multimedia Art Asia Pacific Conference
(Singapore), Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art (Helsinki, NIFCA),
Stanford University, NewMediaNation (Bratislava, Slovakia), Version3
(N5M, Chicago), Tactical Media Lab at New York University, PS1 (Contemporary
Art Center New York City), Haute Ecole d'Art (Geneva, Switzerland),
University of California Los Angeles, Dartmouth College, Academy of
Visual Arts (Leipzig, Germany), San Francisco State University, University
of California San Diego, and The School of the Art Institute in Chicago.
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