Cynthia Beth Rubin
Artist in Residence at Menden-Deuer lab
New Haven, CT
Cynthia Beth Rubin is an early adaptor of digital imaging, beginning the transition from paint in 1984. The shift to digital media made visible the tensions between representation and abstraction, source and expression. Rubin's digital prints, videos, and interactive works have been shown on the ICC facade in Hong Kong, the Jewish Museum in Prague, the Cotton Club screen, the ICA in London, and the Jerusalem Biennale, as well as numerous international festivals. She served as Chair of the ACM SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community, co-chair of SIGGRAPH Asia Art Gallery, and on the Board of ISEA. Rubin's awards include multiple Connecticut Artist Fellowships, NE Foundation on the Arts, Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture and more, and artist residencies in France, Israel, Canada, and Scotland.