CCS Bard ‘09
Gene McHugh is the Head of Digital Media at the Fowler Museum at UCLA. Before joining the Fowler, he was the Interpretation Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Editorial Fellow at Rhizome at the New Museum. His writing on the effects of digital culture on contemporary art has been published in Artforum,* Aperture, *Garage, and Rhizome.org among other venues. His book Post Internet (2011), published by Link Editions in Milan, is based on a blog he wrote thanks to funding from the Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant program. Gene is also the curator of several exhibitions, including projects with Nate Hill, Ann Hirsch, and the duo Bunny Rogers & Filip Olszewski.