Eduardo Navas is an artist, historian and writer specializing in new media. He is the founder and editor of Net Art Review and newmediaFIX. He taught the theory and practice of new media at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He received his PhD on the History of Art, Theory and Criticism from the University of California, San Diego. His works have been shown at the MACAY Museum, Mérida, Yucatán; the Movie and Television Design Center, Mexico City; the Whitney Museum in New York; at Turbulence.org, New York; and on several occasions at the Santa Monica Museum, Los Angeles. Navas has collaborated with artists and institutions from several countries, organizing events and developing new publishing methods. He has been on award panels for digital productions for Turbulence.org (Boston), Rhizome.org (NYC) and Creative Capital (NYC). He was coordinator of the CALIT2 Gallery at UC San Diego.
Diary of a Star | Weblog.
The Diary of a Star is based on the words in Andy Warhol's diaries. Navas points out that Warhol wrote his diaries in much the same way as blogs are written today, w... Eduardo Navas
NET ART WORLD 1.0 | Net art. Time specific.
Tal como lo describe su autor, Net Art World es una obra "time specific". Es curioso pensar que es en lo único que puede ser "specific" una obr... Eduardo Navas
The Quixote | Online project.
This web project is based primarily on the brief essay by Jorge Luis Borges, Pierre Menard: autor del Quijote. Using this fiction essay, in which Borges proposes not only... Eduardo Navas