CURRENTLY ON EXHIBIT Through December 2014
Madeleine Altmann Video art on the Marquee
Boston Convention Center
415 Summer Street, Boston, MA
I have been active in visual arts for most of my life. I am Brazilian-American and much of my work centers around my interaction with natural environments. Currently I am working on a multi season series about a woman in red walking in, around and on top of the Concord River Bedford, MA, USA Walking is about sex, landscape and thinking.
I received a Masters from SFAI and another from TISCH NYU where I graduated with honors in both schools and won numerous awards along the way. I went on to start an interactive dot.com business and direct a tv station with great success. I am always creating work and this website showcases some of the work along the way as well as my current endeavors. Thank you for viewing.
NYU’s Pioneer in Interactive Telecommunications Award
AFI’s, “Visions of the US”
Marin County Fair and Exposition, First Prize
ACM Best PEG Station 2010
NATOA First Place Public Access Station 2011
ACMNE Best PEG TV Station 2012
ACM Best PEG TV Station 2013
The Bedford Citizen, The New York Times, Wired, The SF Chronicle, Upside Magazine, CNN, NBC, HBO, Wall Street Journal, The Prague Post, Associated Press, Time Out NY, Medea Magazine, Silicon Alley, The Bedford Minutemen, On Our Backs, Future Sex, The Examiner TV Host, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Prognosis, TV Week, Matador…
LATEST WRITE UP: http://issuu.com/rasnelson/docs/te_summer_alumni_e-news_2014/1
The Library of Congress – Washington DC, New Langton Arts – SF CA, The Concord Art Society – Concord MA, Marin County Fair and Exhibition – Mill Valley CA, American Film Institute – LA CA, The Bedford Public Library – Bedford MA, Fort Mason Center – SF CA , Video Art Bar – NYC NY , Artist’s Television Access – SF CA, Siggraph – New Orleans LA, NTV – Prague Czech Republic , Public Access Stations Nationwide and Internationally, Mobius Gallery – Cambridge, MA
Snippets of my recent work. Please click on links above for more complete viewing.