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James Bridle is an artist, writer and publisher. His writing on literature, culture and networks has appeared in magazines and newspapers including Wired, Domus, Cabinet, The Atlantic, The New Statesman, Matter and many others, and he writes a regular column for The Observer. His artworks and installations have been exhibited in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia, and have been viewed by hundreds of thousands visitors online.
Bridle has been commissioned by organizations including Artangel, Mu Eindhoven, the Istanbul Design Biennial and the Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC, and been honored by Ars Electronica and the Japan Media Festival. His formulation of the New Aesthetic research project has spurred debate and creative work across multiple disciplines, and continues to inspire critical and artistic responses. Bridle lectures regularly on radio, at universities, conferences and other events, including SXSW (US), Lift (CH), dConstruct (UK) and the Milan Design Festival. He has been technologist in residence at Lighthouse Gallery and an adjunct professor an the Interactive Telecommunications Programme at New York University. In 2014, Bridle was resident at the White Building in London and Eyebeam in New York, and received the Graphic Design of the Year award from the Design Museum, London.