Lecturer of New Media
Daniel Lichtman is an artist, educator, organizer and programmer based in New York. His work in performance, video, creative coding and installation explores how media platforms shape relationships of trust and power between performer and viewer. He also researches and explores how amateur broadcasting and social media have re-imagined our experience of storytelling and the construction of identity.
Lichtman has presented art work at The Bronx Museum, The Queens Museum, BRIC Arts and Media House, The Drawing Center, The ICA (London) and other venues. Residencies include The Drawing Center, BRIC Arts and Media House, The National University of Colombia and Flat Time House, London. Lichtman’s recently organised public programs include You Are Good, a video screening program which toured to galleries and museums throughout the UK; recent and upcoming conference presentations include Processing Community Day, NYC and Our Networks in Uncertain Times/Places, Toronto. Lichtman graduated from Cornell University and holds an MFA from Goldsmiths, London.