South Fork Team

Organized by Warren Neidich

Artistic Coordinator: Sarrita Hunn
Digital and Onsite Producer: Jocelyn Anker
Web Designer: Andres Sandoval Alba
Legal Advisor: Gale P. Elston

Warren Neidich is a conceptual artist, writer, and theorist based in Berlin and Los Angeles. He is the founding director of Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art and the English editor of Archive Books, Berlin. He founded the website (including the Journal of Neuroaesthetics) in 199. His neon sculpture, “Pizzagate Neon,” was exhibited as part of the 2019 Venice Biennale and will travel to Wolfsburg Kunstmuseum (2020). Selected Awards and Fellowships include: The Fulbright Specialist Program, Fine Arts Category, University of Cairo, 2013; The Vilem Flusser Theory Award, Transmediale, Berlin, 2010; and AHRB/ACE Arts and Science Research Fellowship. Bristol, UK 2004. Recently published books include Glossary of Cognitive Capitalism, Archive Books, 2019; Neuromacht, Merve Verlag, Berlin, 2017; and The Colour of Politics, Kunstverein on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, 2017-2018. He has been a guest tutor at Goldsmiths College, London (2004-2007) and the Weissensee Kunsthochschule, Berlin (2016-2018). His work is represented by Priska Pasquer Gallery, Koln and Barbara Seiler Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland. 

Sarrita Hunn is an interdisciplinary artist, editor, curator and web developer whose often collaborative practice focuses on the culturally, socially and politically transformative potential of artist-centered activity. She is the co-founder and editor of MARCH, a journal of art & strategy; artistic coordinator for Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art, a nomadic, intensive summer academy that stress an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the relationship between art and politics; and managing editor of (Journal of Neuroaesthetics and Chaoid Gallery). Additionally, she is a founding member and co-chair of Liebe Chaos Verein, a Berlin-based non-profit association that supports activities that encourage responsibility, criticality, equality, and solidarity, with a focus on chaos, failure, decentralisation and self-organisation; and founding member of Cypher Sex, an activist collective focused on digital security for sex-positive and queer communities in Berlin and beyond.

Jocelyn Anker is a Digital Producer. Her expertise is the intersection of technology, design and content, with a priority on user experience and the end-product itself. Particular specialties include the use of technology in real-world scenarios like events and spatial interaction, as well the branding of technology itself. Over the years, Jocelyn has worked for such brands as HBO and The New York Stock Exchange, as well as for a variety of nonprofits. Prior to her digital life, Jocelyn was one of the only women to lead the underground music and club scene in Berlin in the 1990s. Jocelyn holds a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies, Comparative Literature and Linguistics from Cornell University.

Andres Sandoval Alba has developed his design projects in relation to visual arts and he has collaborated with many artists around the world. He is interested in video games, animation and publication design. He is part of the collective Helena Producciones, an artist collective that seeks to investigate the relationship between artistic production in Colombia and the social, economic, political conditions of specific contexts. Helena Producciones won in 2011 the first Visible Award of Citadellartte-Fondazione Pistoletto.

Gale P. Elston is an Artists’ Rights advocate who has represented Carolee Schneemann, The Estate of Dennis Oppenheim, John Coplans, Aviva Rahmani and many other artists. Her cases have expanded rights for artists and created new law for artists. She is ABD at The European Graduate School where she is writing a PhD on creativity. She practices Art Law in New York City and represents artists, artist estates and cultural organizations. Her non-profit service includes: founding Board member and Executive Director of WhiteBox; Trustee of the Headlands Center for the Arts – Artist in Residence program; Board Member of The Anyone Can Fly Foundation, founder of ReCreate, and Robert D. Bielecki Foundation.