Jasmine Moorhead

Independent Researcher
Potter Valley, CA

Jasmine Moorhead has an art history degree from Yale University. She has worked in a number of museums and galleries including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco.

From 2009 to 2016, she owned and directed Krowswork gallery in Oakland, where she specialized in video and moving-image work, as well as overlooked art historical estates. She is currently project managing the publication of the first monograph on surrealist painter Gordon Onslow Ford for the Lucid Art Foundation in Inverness, California.

Jack Ox

Intermedia Projects
Albuquerque, N.M.

Jack Ox is creative director of the nonprofit Intermedia Projects. She earned an MFA in Visual Arts in 1977 and her PhD in Design Theory in 2015. A longtime member of Leonardo Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology's editorial board, Ox is also a research associate with the Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC) UNM and a Research Fellow at the Art/Sci Center in ATEC, UT Dallas.

Significant exhibitions include Vom Klang der Bilder, at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart in 1985 and the exhibition of her visualized Ursonate in conjunction with the first major Kurt Schwitters exhibition in Poland at the Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz, which was sponsored by the German government in 2004.


About Center for Visual Music

CVM is a 501(c)3 nonprofit archive devoted to visual music, experimental animation and abstract media. CVM's archives house the world's largest collection of visual music resources. The collections include film/video/digital media and related papers, books, monographs, artwork, animation process materials, documentation, photography, equipment and artifacts. CVM owns the films and papers of Oskar Fischinger, plus many animation drawings, and the original research collection of animation historian William Moritz. Film preservation is a core part of CVM's mission. CVM's films, programs, and presentations are regularly featured at museum exhibitions, cinematheques, universities, archives and symposia worldwide.

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