Joseph  DeLappe  

Professor  
 
 
 
 
Department  of  Art/224    
 
 
University  of  Nevada,  Reno  
 
 
 
Reno,  Nevada  89557  
(775)  827-­‐4788  home      
 
http://www.delappe.net  
(775)  784-­‐6624  work      
 
http://www.iraqimemorial.org  
delappe@unr.edu  
 
 
 
 
 
Biography  
Born  1963  in  San  Francisco  
 
Education  
 
1990 MFA  Pictorial  Arts,  CADRE  Institute  (Computers  in  Art  and  Design,  Research  and  Education),  San  
Jose  State  University,  CA  
1988   MA  Computers  in  Art  &  Design,  CADRE  Institute,  San  Jose  State  University,  CA  
1986   BS  Graphic  Design,  San  Jose  State  University,  CA  
1983 AA  Art,  City  College  of  San  Francisco,  CA  
 
Selected  Exhibitions  
2016   Drone  Strike,  Cube  Gallery,  The  Phoenix  Theatre,  Leicester,  UK  
 
Drone  Strike  Visualization,  Fairbanks  Gallery  of  Art,  Oregon  State  University,  Corvallis,  OR  
2015   Manifest  Justice,  Task  Force,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
Violence,  Musee  de/la  Main,  Lausanne,  Switzerland  
ISEA  2015,  Goldcorp  Centre  for  the  Arts,  Simon  Fraser  University,  Vancouver,  Canada  
Artist  in  Residence  Exhibition,  Peir  9  Workshop,  Autodesk  Inc.,  San  Francisco,  CA  
2014   Retreat,  dpr  Barcelona,  presented  at  the  Instanbul  Design  Biennial,  Istanbul,  Turkey  
Everything  Stays  Different.  An  Exhibition  on  Cultural  Techniques  in  the  Digital  Age  
Helmholtz-­‐Zentrum  für  Kulturtechnik  of  the  Humboldt-­‐Universität  zu  Berlin,  Germany  
You  Might  Be  A  Dog,  LEAP,  Berlin,  Germany  
SKULL,  Donna  Beam  Gallery,  UNLV,  Las  Vegas,  NV  
Drones  Day,  DEAF  Biennial,  Het  Nieuwe  Instituut,  Rotterdam,  NL  
The  Drone  Project,  Cal  State  Fresno,  Fresno,  CA  
 
Joseph  DeLappe:  Social  Tactics,  Fresno  Art  Museum,  Fresno,  CA  
 
Making  Now:  Open  for  Exchange,  Florida  State  University  Museum  of  Fine  Arts,  Tallahassee,  FL  
 
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  Stuttgarter  Filmwinter  -­‐  Festival  for  Expanded  Media,  Stuttgart,  Germany  
2013   Transitio  MX  05,  International  Video  and  Electronic  Arts  Festival,  Mexico  City,  Mexico  
The  Games  of  Art,  The  Block,  Creative  Industries  Precinct,  Brisbane,  Australia  
Now  13  –  New  Media  Art  NOW,  Dark  Horse  Experiment,  Melbourne,  Australia  
Ducks  in  a  Row,  Refusalon  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  CA  
CADRE  Alumni  Exhibition,  Haldan  Art  Gallery,  Lake  Tahoe  Community  College,  CA  
2012   Games  People  Play  Part  2,  Cultural  Olympiad,  Centre  for  Contemporary  Art  and  the  Natural  
World,  Exeter,  UK  
social(dis)order,  Glassell  Gallery,  Louisiana  State  University,  Baton  Rouge,  LA  
-­‐The  17’  Cardboard  Gandhi,  Knowledge  Center,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV  

2011  

2010  

2009  

2008  

2007  

2006  

The  Aesthetics  of  War  and  Reconciliation,  Moreau  Art  Galleries,  Saint  Mary’s  College,  IN  
MyWar  -­‐  Identity  and  Appropriation  Under  War  Condition,  Agnes  Etherington  Arts      
Center,  Kingston,  Canada  
<<<(((Mods  &  Hackers)))>>>  Game  Modification,  Hacking,  Patching,  Avatars  and  Code-­‐based  
Practices  within  Contemporary  Art,  Young  Projects,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
Iraqimemorial.org,  Elizabeth  Foundation  for  the  Arts  Project  Space,  New  York,  NY  
Iraqimemorial.org,  Works/San  Jose,  San  Jose,  CA  
The  Typhoon  Continues  and  So  Do  You,  Flux  Factory,  Long  Island  City,  NY  
Screen  Shot,  Solo-­‐Exhibition,  Where  Where  Exhibition  Space,  Beijing,  China  
Self-­‐Portrait  as  Monster  Truck,  Kleio  Projects,  New  York,  NY  
MYSELF,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV  
Imagined  Communities,  Gallery  Project,  Ann  Arbor,  MI  
Beijing  Art  Contemporary  Art  Fair,  Artists  Network,  Beijing,  China  
Liminality,  Antena  Gallery,  Chicago,  Il  
MyWar  -­‐  Identity  and  Appropriation  Under  War  Condition,  FACT  Liverpool,  UK,  travelling    
to  Edith  Russ  Site  for  Media  Art,  Oldenburg,  Germany    
Learn  to  Play,  Zero1SJ  Biennial,  Euphrat  Museum  of  Art,  Cupertino,  CA  
Iraqimemorial.org,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  
Constellations:  The  798  Beijing  Biennale,  Beijing,  China  
ISEA  ’09  The  Exhibition,  Golden  Thread  Gallery  and  the  University  of  Ulster  Art  School,    
Belfast,  Ireland  
All  That  Is  Solid,  Stadsfestival  Mechelin  2009,  organized  by  the  Museum  of      
Contemporary  Art,  Antwerp,  Belgium    
Post  Memory:  Makeshift  Memorials  in  Contemporary  Art,  The  Elizabeth  Foundation    
Gallery,  New  York,  NY  
Game  Art,  Alta  Tecnología  Andina/ATA  Center,  Lima,  Peru  
“@”,  Southern  California  Institute  of  Architecture,  Los  Angeles,  CA,  and  Seventh  Eye    
  in  Second  Life  
The  Salt  Satyagraha  Online  –  Works  from  Gandhi’s  March  to  Dandi  in  Second  Life,    
Electronic  Gallery,  Salisbury  State  University,  MD  
Farewell  to  Post-­‐Colonialism  –  The  Third  Guangzhou  Triennial,  Guangdong  Museum  of    
Art,  Guangzhou,  China  
OURS:  Democracy  in  the  Age  of  Branding,  Parsons  The  New  School  for  Design,  New  York,  NY  
Tourists  and  Travellers  –  Taeyoon  Choi  and  Joseph  DeLappe,  Eyebeam,  New  York,  NY    
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  video  screening,  Conspire,  Transmediale  Festival  for  Art  and  Digital  Culture,  
Germany    
Interruption  of  Hierarchies,  Sesnon  Art  Gallery,  UC  Santa  Cruz,  CA  
Game  Art,  Mejan  Labs,  Stockholm,  Sweden  
Gameworld,  Laboral  Art  and  Industrial  Creation  Center  in  Gijon,  Spain  
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  video  screening,  “BUDi  2007,  Busan  Film  Festival”,  Busan,  South    Korea  
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  video  screening,  “Blur  +  Sharpen”,  Hammer  Museum,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
ex-­‐XX  Post  Position  CADRE  After  Twenty  Years,  ISEA  ’06/Zero1,  Works/San  Jose,  CA  
Simply  7,  Stremmel  Galleries,  Reno,  NV  
C.A.N.,  chico.art.net  v.3,  netart  exhibition,  Electronic  Arts  Program,  Chico  State  University,  Chico,  
CA  
Perform.media:  Net  Art  Selections,  Indiana  University,  Bloomington,  IN,  
http://performthemedia.net/welcome.html  

2005   First  TV  Memory,  Stuttgarter/Filmwinter,  Festival  of  Expanded  Media,  Stuttgart,  Germany  
Biennial  Faculty  Exhibition,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV  
2003   East  of  Fallon,  Highway  50,  Nevada,  Media  Art  Gallery,  Nevada  Museum  of  Art,  Reno,  NV  
Art  Sheffield  03  –  City  Wide  Contemporary  Art  Event,  solo  installation,  Persistence  Works,  
Sheffield,  England  
Office  Space  2  –  Manager’s  Games,  d3ms  collaborative,  installation,  Tel  Aviv,  Israel  
Poker  Face,  d3ms  collaborative,  site  specific  solo  installation,  Works/San  Jose,  San  Jose,  CA  
I  Dissent,  Blue  Lyon  Studios,  Reno,  NV  
2002   High  Light,  Refusalon/Culture  Lounge,  Foster  Goldstrom  Collection,  Oakland,  CA  
Barn  Storming  at  the  Big  Star  Ranch,  d3ms  collaborative,  site  specific  installation,  Big  Star  Ranch,  
Grass  Valley,  CA  
The  Obsessive  Mouse  –  Desktop  Reformations,  solo,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  
882  27th  Ave,  d3ms  collaborative  installation,  residential  garage,  San  Francisco,  CA  
 
Nine,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  
 
Counting  Sheep,  d3ms  collaborative,  public  art  project,  Reno,  NV  
2001   ReKnow,  collaborative  installation  with  Refusalon  Gallery  of  San  Francisco,  Art  Santa  Fe,  NM  
d3ms  –  One  Night  Only,  collaborative  installation,  Dudley  Studios,  Reno,  NV  
Focus  on  the  Future:  Digital  Photography,  Visual  Arts  Gallery,  University  of  Alabama  at    
Birmingham,  AL  
2000   Nevada  Zen,  Sacramento  Center  for  Contemporary  Art,  Sacramento,  CA  
Those  Who  Can,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV  
1999 Access/Excess,  two-­‐person,  Art  Gallery,  San  Jose  State  University,  San  Jose,  CA  
1998   Lightscapes,  Nevada  Institute  for  Contemporary  Art,  Las  Vegas,  NV  
Virtual  Paintings:  Studies  for  the  Next  Millennia,  Churchill  Art  Center,  Fallon,  NV  
1997 Masturbatory  Interactant,  ISEA  ‘97,  International  Symposium  on  Electronic  Art,  SAIC,  Chicago,  IL  
 
Visual  Faculties,  Nevada  Museum  of  Art,  Reno,  NV  
Digital  Portraiture,  Sierra  Nevada  Community  College  Photo  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  
 
LXS  97,  Nevada  State  Legislature  Building,  Carson  City,  NV  
1996 The  Bridge:  Siggraph  Art  Exhibition,  Center  for  Contemporary  Art,  New  Orleans,  LA  
Ethereal  Images,  New  Photographic  Installations,  South  East  Museum  of  Photography,  Daytona  
Beach,  FL  
 
Chambers  of  Enchantment,  CEPA  Gallery,  Buffalo,  NY    
 
Annual  UNR  Printmakers  Show,  Sheppard  Gallery,  UNR,  Reno,  NV  
1995   Siggraph  Art  Exhibition,  Los  Angeles  Convention  Center,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
UNR  Department  of  Art  Faculty  Exhibition,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  
1995   Sierra  Arts  Foundation  Grant  Artists  Exhibition,  SAF  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  
 
Electronic  Art,  Holmes  Fine  Arts,  San  Jose,  CA  
1994 Memory,  Myth,  Machine,  solo,  Sheppard  Gallery,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno    
Southern  Arts  Federation  National  Endowment  for  the  Arts  Fellowship  Exhibition,  TULA  Gallery,  
Atlanta,  GA    
1993 New  Dimensions  in  New  Imaging,  Fotofeis  -­‐  Scottish  International  Festival  of  Photography,  
Scotland  
1992 Gulf  War  Memories,  TISEA  (Third  International  Symposium  on  Electronic  Art),  Performance  Space  
Gallery,  Sydney,  Australia  
Intimate  Technologies/Fictional  Personas,  Brush  Art  Gallery,  St.  Lawrence  University,  Canton,  NY  
1991   Interactivity,  University  Commons  Gallery,  University  of  South  Florida,  Tampa,  FL  
Computer  Art,  University  Art  Gallery,  New  Mexico  State  University,  Las  Cruces,  NM  
 
Digital  Generations,  S.F.    Camerawork,  San  Francisco,  CA  

1990   Kinesis,  Masters  Thesis  Exhibition,  Gallery  3,  SJSU,  San  Jose,  CA    
Exhibition  Program  and  The  Film  &  Video  Show,  SISEA  (Second  International  Symposium  on  
Electronic  Art),  Groningen,  Holland  
 
 
 
Performance  Art  
2013   Project  929:  Mapping  the  Solar,  site  specific  intervention,  Nellis  Air  Force  Range,  NV  
2012   Fifty  Shades  of  Black  Ops,  4PLAY:  Gamifuckation  and  Its  Discontents,  Arse  Electronika  Festival,  
Center  for  Sex  and  Culture,  San  Francisco,  CA  
The  Super  Art  League  DC  Universe  Online!,  Low  Lives  Occupy!,  International  Live  Networked  
Performance  
2011   Chatroullete:  Discipline  and  Punish,  Low  Lives  3:  International  Festival  of  Live  Networked  
Performances  
 
Chatroullete:  Discipline  and  Punish,  Daisy  Chain:  An  Anarchic  Performance  Event,  Antena  Gallery,  
Chicago,  IL  
2010   NoneOfTheseCandidates  Macbain  for  U.S.  Senate!,  mixed  reality  political  campaign,  Second  Life,  
FaceBook,  Twitter  and  http://www.noneofthesecandidatesmacbain.com  
gg:  Gandhi  Release  Party  and  Global  Gaming  Hootenanny,  Second  Life  and  other  Internet  based  
games  and  virtual  communities.  
2009   MGandhi  in  Prison/Twitter-­‐Torture,  Second  Life,  Twitter  and  Facebook  
2008   The  Salt  Satyagraha  Online  –  Gandhi’s  March  to  Dandi  in  Second  Life,  re-­‐enactment,  Eyebeam  Art  
and  Technology,  New  York,  NY  
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  Eyebeam  Art  and  Technology,  New  York,  NY  
2007   dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  ISIS  Arts/University  of  Sunderland,  Newcastle,  UK  
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  Banff  New  Media  Institute,  Banff,  Canada  
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  Traverse  Video  Festival,  Toulouse,  FR  
 
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  Version  Fest  07,  Chicago,  IL  
2006   dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  online  gaming  performance,  America’s  Army,  Reno,  NV  (in  progress)  
2004   The  Great  Debates,  1,  2,  3,  online  gaming  performances,  Reno,  NV  
2003   ET  tu  Sir  Alfred?,  Wayne  and  Miriam  Prim  Theater,  Nevada    Museum  of  Art,  Reno,  NV  
Quake/Friends.2,  and  Medal  of  Honor  Allied  Assault  –  War  Poets  Online,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  
Gallery,  Reno  NV,  and  on  the  internet  at  the  Demon  UK  server  
2002   Quake/Friends,  Digital  Media  Studios,  on  the  internet  at  Hulk  Server  Online,  Reno,  NV  
 
Medal  of  Honor:  War  Poets,  ongoing,  online  gaming  performances  
2001       Howl:  Star  Trek  Elite  Force  Voyager,  online  gaming  performance  
 
 
Residencies  
2015   Grand  Central  Art  Center,  Cal  State  Fullerton,  Santa  Ana,  CA  
2015   NEoN/University  of  Dundee,  Dundee,  Scotland  
2014   AiR  Artist  in  Residence,  Instructables.com/Autodesk,  San  Francisco,  CA  
2011   International  Art  Residency  Beijing  (IARB),  Beijing,  China  
2008   Eyebeam  2008  Commissioned  Artist  Residency,  Eyebeam,  New  York,  NY  
 
Harvestwork’s  Production  Residency,  Harvestworks,  New  York,  NY  
2007   Banff  New  Media  Institute  Artist  Residency,  Reference  Check,  Banff,  Canada  
ISIS  Arts  Mini-­‐residency  Programme,  Newcastle,  UK  
 

 
Grants/Awards/Commissions    
2014   Art  Matters,  Art  Matters  Foundation,  NYC  
Turbulence.org  Commission,  New  Radio  and  Performing  Arts,  NYC  
The  Cutting  Room  and  Phoenix  Theater,  Nottingham,  UK  
Visiting  Artist  Commission,  Center  for  Creativity  and  the  Arts,  The  Center  for  Cal  State  University  
Fresno,  Fresno,  CA  
Network  Culture  Award,  Stuttgart  Filmwinter  Festival  for  Expanded  Media,  Stuttgart,  Germany  
2013   Broadway  Augmented,  Sacramento  Metropolitan  Arts  Commission,  Sacramento,  CA  
Award  of  Distinction,  Cardboard  Art  Contest,  K-­‐Droz  Association,  France  
Sabbatical  Leave,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV  
2012   Regents  Award  for  Creative  Activities,  Nevada  System  for  Higher  Education,  Nevada    
2011   Regents  Award  for  Creative  Activities,  runner-­‐up,  Nevada  System  for  Higher  Education,  Nevada    
Dean’s  Award  for  Creative  Activity,  College  of  Liberal  Arts,  UNR,  Reno,  NV  
2009   Prix  Ars  Electronica,  Award  of  Distinction  for  New  York  Times  Special  Edition,  Linz,  Austria  
Scholarly  and  Creative  Activities  Grant,  College  of  Liberal  Arts,  UNR  
 
Hilliard  Endowment  Fund,  College  of  Liberal  Arts,  UNR  
2008   The  NV  NASA  Space  Grant,  Sponsored  by  NV  NASA  Space  Grant  Consortium  (NvSGC)  
Creative  Activities  Grant,  School  of  the  Arts,  UNR  
2007   Scholarly  and  Creative  Activities  Grant,  College  of  Liberal  Arts,  UNR  
Creative  Activities  Grant,  School  of  the  Arts,  UNR  
Sabbatical  Leave,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno  
2006   Scholarly  and  Creative  Activities  Grant,  College  of  Liberal  Arts,  UNR  
2005   School  of  The  Arts,  Creative  Research  Grant,  UNR  
2004   Wand  5  Award,  Stuttgarter/Filmwinter,  Festival  of  Expanded  Media,  Stuttgart,  Germany  
Jackpot  Grant,  Nevada  State  Council  on  the  Arts,  in  support  of  “War  Movie”  project  
2003   Jackpot  Grant,  Nevada  State  Council  on  the  Arts,  in  support  of  NMA  catalog  
2002   Public  art  project  and  commission  Counting  Sheep,  d3ms  collaborative,  Reno,  NV  
2001   Jackpot  Grant,  Nevada  State  Council  on  the  Arts,  support  of  experimental  music  proj  
2000   International  Activities  Award,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno  
2000   Sabbatical/Faculty  Development  Leave,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno  
1999   Nevada  Arts  Council  Individual  Artist’s  Fellowship,  Mirage  Resorts  Fellowship  
Reno/Tahoe  International  Airport  Public  Art  Project  Hello/Good-­‐bye,  Reno,  NV  
1997   Individual  Artists  Fellowship,  Sierra  Arts  Foundation,  Nevada  
1996   Finalist,  Mousel-­‐Feltner  Researcher  of  the  Year  Award,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno  
1995   Artist’s  Fellowship,  Nevada  State  Council  on  the  Arts    
1994   Junior  Faculty  Research  Grant,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno    
 
Individual  Artists  Fellowship,  Sierra  Arts  Foundation,  Nevada  
National  Science  Foundation  Grant,  “Math  Across  the  Curriculum”,  UNR  
1993   National  Endowment  for  the  Arts  Fellowship  in  Photography,  Southern  Arts  Fed.  
Finalist,  Siemens  Stipendium,  Zentrum  Fur  Kunst  Und  Medientechnologie  Karlsruhe,  Germany  
 
Collections  
Center  for  Art  +  Environment,  Nevada  Museum  of  Art,  Reno,  NV  
The  Guangdong  Museum  of  Art,  Guangzhou,  China  
 
The  Southeast  Museum  of  Photography,  Daytona  Beach,  FL  
 
Chak  Man  Lei,  Beijing,  China  
 
Raul  Zamudio,  New  York,  NY  

 
Lynn  Hershman,  San  Francisco,  CA  
 
Patty  Wickman  and  Tim  Hawkinson,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
 
Marcia  Tanner,  Oakland,  CA  
 
Presentations/Visiting  Artist  
2015   Cake&Talk  DJCAD,  Duncan  Jordanstone  College  of  Art  &  Design,  University  of  Dundee,  Scotland  
 
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Visual  Arts  Department,  University  of  California  San  Diego,  CA  
2014   The  Wilson  Lecture  Series,  San  Francisco  State  University,  San  Francisco,  CA  
Artist  in  Residence,  Center  for  Creativity  in  the  Arts,  Fresno  State  University,  Fresno,  CA  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture  and  Workshop,  Department  of  Art,  University  of  California,  Davis,  CA  
 
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Department  of  Art,  Cal  State  University  East  Bay,  Hayward,  CA  
 
Project  929:  Mapping  the  Solar,  ISEA2014  Dubai:  Location,  Dubai,  UAE  
2013   Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  School  of  Cinematic  Arts,  University  of  Southern  California,  CA  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Design  –  Media  Arts  Program,  University  of  California  Los  Angeles,  CA  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  School  of  Art  and  Art  History,  University  of  Iowa,  Iowa  City,  IA  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Honors  Program,  University  of  Maryland,  MD  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  School  of  Art  and  Design,  Florida  State  University,  Tallahassee,  FL  
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Department  of  Art,  Cal  State  University  Sacramento,  CA    
2012   Mapping  the  Solar:  Augmented  Bike  Ride  as  Performative  Intervention,  ISEA2012  Albuquerque:  
Machine  Wilderness,  Albuquerque,  NM  
 
The  Machinima  is  The  Message  -­‐  Politically  Direct,  Panel  participant,  Machinima  Expo  2012  
 
HEAD  SHOT!  Performative  Interventions  in  Mixed  Realities,  Cyposium,  Cyberformance  Symposium  
Artist’s  Talk,  4PLAY:  Gamifuckation  and  Its  Discontents,  Arse  Elektronika,  San  Francisco,  CA  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Department  of  Art  and  Design  at  the  University  of  Wisconsin,  Milwaukee  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Department  of  Arts  &  Media,  Columbia  College,  Chicago  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Multimedia  Graduate  Program,  California  State  University,  East  Bay,  CA  
2011   If  You  See  Something,  Say  Something,  Panel  Chair,  ISEA  Istanbul,  Turkey  
iraqimemorial.org  -­‐  On  the  Efficacy  of  Remembrance,  Panel  Moderator,  Elizabeth  Foundation  for  
the  Arts,  New  York,  NY  
Returning  Fire:  Interventions  in  Video  Game  Culture,  Screening  and  panel  discussion,  New  York  
University’s  Tisch  School  of  the  Arts,  New  York,  NY  
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Ontario  College  of  Art  and  Design,  Toronto,  Canada  
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  College  of  Arts  &  Sciences,  Oakland  University,  Rochester,  MI  
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  Western  Michigan  University,  Kalamazoo,  MI  
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture  and  Residency,  Department  of  Art,  Saint  Mary’s  College,  IN  
Protest,  Memory  and  Reenactment,  Small  Talk,  Big  Ideas:  Conversations  with  University  Authors,  
The  Knowledge  Center,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV  
Digital  Drawing  in  Research  and  Teaching,  Drawing  in  the  Media  Stream,  Southwestern  College  &  
California  State  University,  San  Marcos,  CA  
2010   Modern  Mondays  Lecture  Series,  Museum  of  Modern  Art,  New  York,  NY  
 
Upgrade  Boston,  Boston,  MA  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  NYU,  New  York,  NY  
 
Visiting  Artist’s  Lecture,  SUNY  Purchase,  Department  of  Art,  Purchase,  NY  
 
Nevada  Neighbors  Lecture  Series,  Capitol  City  Arts  Initiative,  Carson  City,  NV  
2009   You'll  Never  Walk  Alone  -­‐  Gandhi's  March  to  Dandi  in  Second  Life,  ISEA  ’09,  Belfast,  Ireland  
dead-­‐in-­‐iraq,  Visions  of  War  Conference,  School  of  Visual  Arts,  New  York,  NY  
You’ll  Never  Walk  Alone:  Protest,  Memory  and  Reenactment,  UC  Berkeley's  Art,  Technology,  and  
Culture  Colloquium,  UC  Berkeley,  CA  

 
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Protest,  Memory,  Reenactment:  Online  Performative  Interventions,  Play  Machinima  Law  
Conference,  Stanford  University  Law  School,  Palo  Alto,  CA    
Post  Memory,  dialogue  regarding  “dead-­‐in-­‐iraq”  and  “iraqimemorial.org”,  EFA  (Elizabeth  
Foundation  Gallery),  New  York,  NY  
Protest,  Memory,  Reenactment:  Online  Performative  Interventions,  Performing  Presence  
Conference,  University  of  Exeter,  UK  
The  Salt  Satyagraha  Online,  Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Electronic  Gallery,  Salisbury  State  University,  
MD    
Harvestworks  Production  Residency  Lecture,  Harvestworks,  New  York,  NY  
My  So-­‐Called  Second  Life,  panel  presentation,  College  Arts  Association  Annual  Conference,  Los  
Angeles,  CA  
Mail  Away:  War  correspondence  at  home  and  online,  special  session  panel  presentation,  College  
Arts  Association  Annual  Conference,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
Joseph  DeLappe:  In  Discussion  with  Mark  Tribe,  Eyebeam,  New  York,  NY  
Lecture,  Panel  Presentation,  Media  City  Seoul,  White  Box  Gallery,  New  York,  NY  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Brown  University,  Providence,  RI  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  RISD,  Providence,  RI  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  University  of  Amsterdam,  Amsterdam,  The  Netherlands  
Online  Interventionist  Projects,  MIT5:  Media  In  Transition,  Massachusetts  Institute  of  Technology,  
Boston,  MA  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  sLab,  University  of  Sunderland,  Newcastle,  UK  
Mediaterra  Festival:  Gaming  Realities,  paper  and  presentation,  Athens,  Greece  
Europa  Artium,  Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  University  of  Art  and  Design,  Cluj,  Romania  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  California  State  University  San  Marcos,  San  Marcos,  CA  
Games,  Video  Games  and  Babylon,  Zero  One  Organization,  Mountain  View,  CA  
Stuttgarter  Filmwinter:  Festival  for  Expanded  Media,  Juror/Presenter,  Stuttgart,  Germany  
  Artists  Lecture,  Nevada  Museum  of  Art,  Reno,  NV  
The  Poetry  of  Gaming,  ISEA  2002,  Nagoya,    Japan  
Collaboration,  Panel  Moderator,  Western  Regional  Conference,  Society  for  Photographic    
Education,  Oakland  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  CA  
The  Obsessive  Mouse,  19th  International  Sculpture  Conference,  Pittsburgh,  PA  
Visiting  Artist,  Sage  Ridge  School,  Reno,  NV  
Art  and  Science:  Negotiating  the  Tensions,  CAA  Annual  Conference,  New  York,  NY  
The  Mouse  Reconsidered:  Images,  Objects  and  Performative  Actions,  ISEA  2000:  International  
Symposium  on  Electronic  Art,  Paris,  France  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Department  of  Art,  University  of  Nevada,  Las  Vegas,  NV  
Access/Excess,  San  Jose  State  University,  San  Jose,  CA  
Excellence  in  the  Digital  Arts,  Arts  Alive  Annual  Conference  III,  Elko,  Nevada  
Machine  Fantasy,  Male  Desire,  ISEA  ‘97,  The  International  Symposium  on  Electronic  Art,  School  of  
the  Art  Institute,  Chicago,  IL  
Innovative  Teaching  in  Digital  Media,  paper/panel  presentation  ISEA  ‘97,  International  
Symposium  on  Electronic  Art,  School  of  the  Art  Institute  of  Chicago,  IL  
Visiting  Artist,  School  of  the  Art  Institute  of  Chicago,  Chicago,  IL    
Lecture,  The  Society  for  Photographic  Education’s  Western  Regional  Conference,  Oakland,  CA  
  Lecture,  Western  Nevada  Community  College,  Fallon,  NV  
Internal  Connections  -­‐  External  Engagements,  artist’s  presentation,  The  National  Society  for  
Photographic  Education’s  33rd  Annual  National  Conference,  Los  Angeles,  CA  
 

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Ethereal  Images:    New  Photographic  Installations,  panel  presentation,  South  East  Museum  of  
Photography,  Daytona  Beach,  FL  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Department  of  Art,  Florida  International  University,  Miami,  FL  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Department  of  Art,  Daytona  Beach  Community  College,  FL  
Visiting  Artist  Lecture,  Department  of  Art,  University  of  South  Florida,  Tampa,  FL  
Digital  Identities:  Technologies  of  Meaning,  panel  moderator/curator,  The  National  Society  for  
Photographic  Education  32nd  Annual  National  Conference,  Atlanta,  GA  
A  Critical  Teaching  Strategy  for  the  Digital  Arts,  ISEA  ‘94,  the  5th  International  Symposium  on  
Electronic  Art,  Helsinki,  Finland  
Critical  Interactions  -­‐  Constructed  Realities,  projects  and  applications  presentation,  FISEA  (Fourth  
International  Symposium  on  Electronic  Art),  Minneapolis,  MN    
Informed  Artists/Users  in  the  Post-­‐Computer  Art  Era,  paper/presentation  as  part  of  
“Technolcultures”  panel  at  TISEA  (Third  International  Symposium  on  Electronic  Art),  Sydney,  
Australia  

 
Authored  Publications  and  Projects  
2013   “Playing  Politics:  Machinima  as  Live  Performance  and  Document”,  Understanding  Machinima  
Essays  on  Filmmaking  in  Virtual  Worlds,  editor  Jenna  P-­‐S.  Ng,  London,  UK:  Continuum  
2012   “10  to  1  –  iraqimemorial.org”,  Public  Art  Dialogue  (PAD),  Routledge,  UK  
2011   “Virtual  Commemoration:  The  Iraqi  Memorial  Project”,  The  Journal  for  Critical  Inquiry,  co-­‐
authored  with  Dr.  David  Simpson  
 
“The  Gandhi  Complex:  The  Mahatma  in  Second  Life.”  Net  Works:  Case  Studies  in  Web    
       Art  and  Design.    editor  Xtine  Burrough,  New  York:  Routledge  
2009   “You'll  Never  Walk  Alone  -­‐  Gandhi's  March  to  Dandi  in  Second  Life.”  ISEA  ’09,    
       Conference  Papers  and  Proceedings,  Belfast,  Ireland  
2008   “Provocation  –  dead-­‐in-­‐iraq.”  TDR  The  Drama  Review,  MIT  Press,  Boston,  MA  
“Popular  America’s  Army  Video  Game,  Recruiting  Tool  Cancelled.”  The  Fake  New  York    
       Times,  November  12,  2008,  in  print  and  online:  
       http://www.nytimes-­‐se.com/2009/07/04/recruiting-­‐tool-­‐cancelled/  
“Iraqimemorial.org.”  Project  Director,  http://www.iraqimemorial.org  
“Reenactment:  The  Salt  Satyagraha  Online.”    
       http://saltmarchsecondlife.wordpress.com/  
“America’s  Diplomat.”  http://www.americasdiplomat.com  
“The  Salt  Satyagraha  Online  –  A  Mixed  Reality  Project,  Parts  1,  2  &  3.”    
       _Augmentology  1[L]0[L]1_      
       http://arsvirtuafoundation.org/research/2008/07/11/_the-­‐salt-­‐satyagraha-­‐    
       online_-­‐a-­‐mixed-­‐reality-­‐project-­‐part-­‐1/  
“Gandhi:  17'  Tall  Cardboard  Avatar.”  instructables.com,  July  8,  2008  
 
Interviews  
2014   The  1,000  Drones  Project:  an  interview  with  Joseph  DeLappe,  Marc  Garrett,  Furtherfield.org  
2013   Interview  With  Joseph  DeLappe,  Terminal.org,  Austin  Peay  University  
2012   Interview:  Joseph  DeLappe,  Center  for  Artistic  Activism,  Steve  Lambert  and  Stephen  Duncombe,  
http://artisticactivism.org/2012/01/joseph-­‐delappe/  
2010   “Interview:  Joseph  DeLappe,  Pioneer  of  Online  Game  Performance  Art”,  Gamescenes:  Art  in  the  
Age  of  Videogames,  Mathias  Jansson,  http://www.gamescenes.org  
“In  Conversation  With…”  KNPB/PBS,  Reno,  NV  
 
“KUNR  Community  Voices.”  KUNR/NPR,  Reno,  NV  

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“Machinima  lowers  barrier  of  entry  to  filmmaking,  but  raises  legal  questions.”  Future  Tense,  
American  Public  Media,  National  Public  Radio,  April  24,  2009  
http://www.publicradio.org/columns/futuretense/2009/04/machinima-­‐lower.html  
“The  Artist’s  Studio.”  Interview  by  Dr.  James  Chimpton,  NPR  (Neighborhood  Public  Radio),  
Whitney  Biennial,  Whitney  Museum,  New  York,  NY  
http://visitsteve.com/work/inside-­‐the-­‐artists-­‐studio-­‐with-­‐james-­‐chimpton-­‐absml/  
“Computer  Spiel  Propaganda.”  Interview  by  Christian  Schiffer  for  national  radio  broadcast,  
Munich,  Germany  
“Iraqi  Memorial  Online  -­‐  interview  with  Joseph  DeLappe.”  Interview  by  Anna  Peraica,  Victim’s  
Symptom,  LabForCulture.org  
“Artist,  Activist,  Organizer  Joseph  DeLappe.”  Jeff  Farias  Show,  KPHX,  Phoenix,  AZ  
“Iraq  Video  Game  Protest.”  Hack  interview  by  Ronan  Sharkey,  ABC  (Australian  Broadcast  
Corporation),  May  25,  2007,  Austrialia  http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/hack/notes/s1934981.htm  
“The  Dead  Army.”  The  Hour  with  George  Stroumboulopoulos,  CBC,  February  2,  2007,  Canada  
“War  Games.”  Weekend  America,  National  Public  Radio,  October  28,  2006,  
http://weekendamerica.publicradio.org/programs/2006/10/28/war_games.html  
“Interview.”    Rachel  Maddow  Show,  Air  America  Radio,  September  28,  2006  
“Interview.”  CNN  Sunday  Show,  live  via-­‐satellite,  September  26,  2006  
“Interview.”  CNN  International,  live  via-­‐satellite,  September  26,  2006    

 
Cited  Research/Reviews  
2015   -­‐Miranda,  Carolina  A.,  “150  artists  and  a  Ferguson,  Mo.,  police  car  at  political  pop-­‐up  'Manifest                    
Justice'”,  Los  Angeles  Times,  Los  Angeles,  CA  4/30/15  
-­‐Thrasher,  Steven  W.,  “Respond:  Artists  Offer  Urgent,  Bold  Take  on  #blacklivesmatter”,  The    
Guardian,  London,  UK  1/20/15  
-­‐Cotter,  Holland,  “Raging  At  Racism,  From  Streets  to  Galleries”,  The  New  York  Times,  1/22/15  
-­‐Steinhauer,  Jillian,  “After  a  Call  For  Change,  Artists  Respond”,  
http://hyperallergic.com/182346/after-­‐a-­‐call-­‐for-­‐change-­‐artists-­‐respond/  
-­‐Kari,  Paul,  “People  Are  Stamping  Rising  Sea  Levels  on  Dollar  Bills  for  Climate  Change”,  
Motherboard,  The  Vice  Channel,  http://motherboard.vice.com/en_uk/read/people-­‐are-­‐
stamping-­‐rising-­‐sea-­‐levels-­‐onto-­‐dollar-­‐bills-­‐for-­‐climate-­‐change  
-­‐Jansson,  Mathias,  “Stamp  Your  Notes:  Activism  and  Money”,  IF  The  Magazine  of  Culture,  
Sweden,  http://tidningenkulturen.se/index.php/konst/essaeer-­‐om-­‐konst/19368-­‐stampla-­‐dina-­‐
sedlar-­‐aktivism-­‐och-­‐pengar  
-­‐Disser,  Nicole,  “With  Respond,  the  Anti-­‐Police-­‐Brutality  Movement  Reaches  the  Gallery”,  
Bedford+Bowery,  http://bedfordandbowery.com/2015/01/with-­‐respond-­‐the-­‐anti-­‐police-­‐
brutality-­‐movement-­‐reaches-­‐the-­‐gallery/  

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2010  

-­‐“’In  Drones  We  Trust,’  A  Grassroots  Protest  of  the  U.S.  Military’s  Use  of  Drones”,  Dangerous                                                                          
Minds,  http://dangerousminds.net/comments/in_drones_we_trust_a_grassroots  
-­‐Burghart,  D.  Brian,  “Commemorative  Stamp:  Joseph  DeLappe's  ‘In  Drones  We  Trust,’”,  Reno  
News  and  Review  
-­‐Koebler,  Jason,  “100  People  Around  the  Country  Are  Stamping  Predator  Drones  on  Cash”,  
Motherboard,  The  Vice  Channel,  http://motherboard.vice.com/read/100-­‐people-­‐around-­‐the-­‐
country-­‐are-­‐stamping-­‐predator-­‐drones-­‐on-­‐cash  
-­‐Rushmore,  RJ,  “Bringing  Drone  Strikes  Home  With  a  Rubber  Stamp”,  Vandalog,  
https://blog.vandalog.com/2014/11/bringing-­‐drone-­‐strikes-­‐home-­‐with-­‐a-­‐rubber-­‐stamp/  
-­‐Patton,  Strider,  “In  Drones  We  Trust”,  Reclaiming  Spaces,  
http://www.reclaimingspaces.org/blog/2014/11/21/in-­‐drones-­‐we-­‐trust  
-­‐Richman,  Kelley,  “Joseph  DeLappe  Proves  Money  is  Power  by  Imprinting  Bills  with  Drones”,  
Beautiful  Decay,  http://beautifuldecay.com/2014/11/19/joseph-­‐delappe-­‐proves-­‐money-­‐
power-­‐imprinting-­‐bills-­‐drones/  
-­‐Winet,  Jon  &  DeLappe,  Joseph.    “Joseph  DeLappe  Interview.”    Computer  Games  and  Art:  
Intersections  and  Interactions.  Second  Edition.  Chapter.    Intellect  Books,  UK/USA    
-­‐Orlean,  Susan,  "Man  and  Machine:  Playing  games  on  the  Internet",  The  New  Yorker  
-­‐Xiao,  an,  “From  Mapping  Solar  Potential  to  Mapping  the  American  Empire”,  
http://hyperallergic.com/108032/from-­‐mapping-­‐solar-­‐potential-­‐to-­‐mapping-­‐the-­‐american-­‐
empire/  
-­‐Garrett,  Garrett,  “The  1,000  Drones  Project:  an  interview  with  Joseph  DeLappe”,  Furtherfield.org  
-­‐Hope,  Cat  and  Ryan,  John,  Digital  Arts:  An  Introduction  to  New  Media,  Bloomsbury,  NY  pages  
215-­‐217.  
Lofgren,  Kristine,  “Project  929:  Artist  Draws  460  Mile  Line  Around  Military  Base  for  Energy  
Sustainability”,  Inhabitat.com,  http://inhabitat.com/project-­‐929-­‐artist-­‐draws-­‐460-­‐line-­‐around-­‐
military-­‐base-­‐for-­‐energy-­‐sustainability/            
Maguire,  Rob,  “Mapping  the  World’s  Largest  Solar  Farm  With  Project  929”,  Artthreat.net,  
http://artthreat.net/2013/05/project-­‐929-­‐joseph-­‐delappe/  
Manson,  Caden,  “In  Performance:  Project  929  –  Artist  Draws  460  Mile  Line  for  Energy  
Sustainability”,  ContemporaryPerformance.com,  
http://contemporaryperformance.com/2013/06/12/in-­‐performance-­‐project-­‐929-­‐artist-­‐draws-­‐
460-­‐mile-­‐line-­‐for-­‐energy-­‐sustainability/  
Winet,  Jon.    “Joseph  DeLappe  Interview.”    Computer  Games  and  Art:  Intersections  and    
       Interactions.  Second  Edition.  Chapter.    Intellect  Books,  UK/USA  
Crogan,  Patrick.  Gameplay  Mode:  War,  Simulation  and  Technoculture.  University  of  Minnesota    
Press.  
Artspy,  “Screen  Shot:  Joseph  DeLappe”,  http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjg0MjU1MzAw.html  
Coscarelli,  Joe,  “Hosni  Mubarak  for  Sale  on  Ebay”,  The  Village  Voice  Blog,    
http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2011/02/hosni_mubarak_f.php  
Mina,  An  Xiao,  “Critiquing  America  from  China”,  Hyperallergic:  Sensitive  to  Art  &  Its  Discontents,  
http://hyperallergic.com/30159/joseph-­‐delappe-­‐where-­‐where-­‐exhibition-­‐space/  
Sanderson,  Edward,  “Virtue  in  De-­‐Virtualizing”,  ARTslant,  China,      
http://www.artslant.com/cn/articles/show/24273  
Mina,  An  Xiao,  “Always  Social:  Social  Media  Art  (2004-­‐2008),  Part  One”,  Hyperallergic:  Sensitive  to  
Art  &  Its  Discontents,  http://hyperallergic.com/6644/social-­‐media-­‐art-­‐pt-­‐1/  
Chan,  Dean.  “Dead-­‐in-­‐Iraq:  The  Spatial  Politics  of  Digital  Game  Art  Activism  and  the      
       In-­‐Game  Protest.”  Joystick  Soldiers:  the  Politics  of  Play  in  Military  Video  Games.  Nina  B.      
       Huntemann  and  Matthew  Tomas  Payne.  Routledge,  New  York  

 
2009  
 
2008  

 

2007  

Ganesan-­‐Ram,  Sharmila.  “Being  Mohandas  Gandhi.”  The  Times  of  India,  India  
Mazzarella,  William.  “Branding  the  Mahatma.”  Cultural  Anthropology:  Journal  of  the    
       Society  for  Cultural  Anthropology.  Volume  25  Issue  1,  VA  
Raley,  Rita.    Tactical  Media.  Minneapolis:  University  of  Minnesota  Press.  
Stahl,  Roger.    Militainment,  Inc.  New  York:  Routledge.  
Roy,  Amit.  “American  Pays  17ft  Tribute  to  Gandhi.”  The  Telegraph  India  Calcutta,  India  
Borysevicz,  Mathieu.  “Guangzhou  Triennial.”  Art  in  America  Dec.  2008    
McIntyre,  Sophie.  “Farewell?  A  Review  of  the  Shanghai  Biennale,  Guangzhou    
Triennial  and  the  Tapei  Biennial.”  Art  Monthly  Australia  Nov.  2008,  Issue  215  in        
print  and  online.  
“Farewell  to  Post-­‐Colonialism:  The  Third  Guangzhou  Triennial.”  Exhibition  Catalog,    
       Guangdong  Museum  of  Art,  Guangzhou,  China  
“Imagine  Post-­‐Colonialism.”  Le  Voyage  D’Orient,  Life  Magazine,  China  
Amir,  Yaelle.  “dead-­‐in-­‐iraq.”  Code  –  Life  and  Artstyle,  Issue  6,  Spring  2008,  Belgium    
Buuck,  David.  “Interruption  of  Hierarchies  at  the  Mary  Porter  Senson  Gallery.”      
       Artweek    Sept.  2008  
Morin,  Clare.    “The  Third  Guangzhou  Triennial.”  TimeOut  Hong  Kong  Sept.  2008  
Staunton,  Claire  Louise.    “A  Short  Tour  of  Three  Major  Contemporary  Art  Exhibitions    
       in  China,  Part  1:  Third  Guangzhou  Triennial.”  Rhizome.org  28  Sept.  2008  
       http://rhizome.org/editorial/1903  
Feffer,  John.    “Memorializing  Iraq.”  Foreign  Policy  in  Focus  19  March  2008      
       http://www.fpif.org/fpiftxt/5083  
Chuk,  Natasha.    “The  Salt  Satyagraha.”  Furtherfield.org  24  July  2008    
       http://www.furtherfield.org/displayreview.php?review_id=308  
Cavalli,  Earnest.  “Second  Life  Artist  Recreates  Gandhi's  'Salt  March'.”  Wired.com    
       12  March  2008,  http://blog.wired.com/games/2008/03/second-­‐life-­‐art.html  
Fry,  Warren.  “Joseph  DeLappe  Gandhi’s  March  to  Dandi.”  brooklynrail.org    April    
       2008,  http://www.brooklynrail.org/2008/04/artseen/joseph-­‐delappe-­‐gandhis-­‐    
       march-­‐to-­‐dandi  
Murphy,  Kyle  and  Elizabeth  R.  Stark.  “Gandhi's  Second  Life  -­‐  Digital  Gandhi    
       hobnobs  with  dragons,  baby  tigers.”  nyc24.org    
       http://nyc24.org/2008/issue4/story4/  
“Artist  Recreates  Gandhi's  Salt  March  Protest  in  Second  Life.”  GamePolitics.com    
       12  March  2008,  http://www.gamepolitics.com/2008/03/12/artist-­‐recreates-­‐          
       gandhis-­‐salt-­‐march-­‐protest-­‐in-­‐second-­‐life  
Editors.  “The  Best  of  Instructables  Volume  I:  Do-­‐It-­‐Yourself  Projects  from  the  World's    
       Biggest  Show  &  Tell.”  MAKE  magazine  and  Instructables.com,  Make  Books;  1st  ed.  
Winet,  Jon.    “Joseph  DeLappe  Interview.”    Computer  Games  and  Art:  Intersections  and    
       Interactions.  Chapter.    Intellect  Books,  UK/USA  
“Gameworld  –  Games  on  the  Edge  of  Art,  Technology  and  Culture.”  Exhibition    
       Catalog,  Laboral  Centro  de  Arte  Y  Creacion  Industrial,  Gijon,  Spain  
Hutcheon,  Stephen.    “Game  Activist  Becomes  Cannon  Fodder  for  a  Cause.”  The    
       Sydney  Morning  Herald  Australia  
Dauphin,  Gary.    “One  Life  to  Live:  futurism/videogames/temporary  autonomous    
       zones/warcraft/adultery.”  Bidoun:  Arts  and  Culture  from  the  Middle  East  Spring    
       2007,  Issue  10    
Gregson,  Kimberly.    “Bad  Avatar!  Griefing  in  Virtual  Worlds.”  M/C  Journal:  A  Journal    
       of  Media  and  Culture  October  2007,  Volume  10,  Issue  5  

2006  
 
 
 

2005  

2003  

Clark,  Josh.    “How  America’s  Army  Works”,  Howstuffworks.com    
       http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/americas-­‐army2.htm  
Brecher,  Jeremy  and  Brendan  Smith.  “A  Moratorium  Wired  to  Stop  the  War.”  The    
       Nation.com  http://www.thenation.com/doc/20070702/brechersmith  
jschumanmc75.  “What  If  We  Played  A  War  And  Nobody  Won?  Critical  Approaches    
       to  War  in  Videogame  Art.”    http://jschumanmc75.nexo.com/whatifweplayedawar  
Bittani,  Matteo  and  Domenico  Quarana.    “Joseph  DeLappe.”  GameScenes:  Art  and    
       Videogames.  Johan  &  Levi:  Italy  
Dewilche,  Aaron.  “Game  Theory.”    San  Antonio  Current  24  October  2006    
Halter,  Ed.    “Playing  Dead.”  Arthur  Magazine  Issue  #23,    
Clarren,  Rebecca.    “Virtually  Dead  in  Iraq.”    Salon.com  16  Sept.  2006    
       http://www.salon.com/ent/feature/2006/09/16/americasarmy/index.html  
Craig,  Kathleen.    “Dead  In  Iraq:  It’s  No  Game.”  Wired.com    
       http://www.wired.com/news/culture/games/0,71052-­‐0.html?m_E  
Lechner,  Marie.    “Un  Memorial  pour  les  Morts  en  Irak.”    Liberation  Ecrans    9  June    
       2006  Paris,  FR  
Olson,  Marisa.    “Deadly  Games.”    Rhizome.org    5  May  2006    
       http://www.rhizome.org/netartnews/story.rhiz?timestamp=20060505  
Kuo,  Li  C.    “A  New  Kind  of  Art  Form  Leads  to  a  New  Kind  of  Protest.”  Gamespy  23    
       May  2006,  http://www.gamespy.com/pc/americas-­‐army/709854p1.html  
“Digital  Protest:  Artist  Uses  U.S.  Army’s  Video  Game  to  Make  a  Statement  Staff    
       Interview.”  Gaminghorizon  30  May  2006      
       http://articles.gaminghorizon.com/media/1149033780.83.html  
Stuart,  Keith.    “America’s  Casualties.”  Gamesblog  The  Guardian  UK  Online  26  May    
       http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/games/archives/2006/05/26/americas_casualities.html  
“Online  Memorial  and  Protest.”  Networked  Performance,  Turbulence.org,  29  April      
       http://www.turbulence.org/blog/archives/002377.html  
Reynolds,  Ren.  “dead-­‐in-­‐iraq.”  Terranova    5  May  2006    
       http://terranova.blogs.com/terra_nova/2006/05/deadiniraq_.html  
“In  Game  War  Protest.”  Womengamers.com  19  May  2006    
Orland,  Kyle.    “Anti-­‐war  Protest  in  America’s  Army.”  Joystiq.com  18  September  2006  
       http://www.joystiq.com/2006/09/18/anti-­‐war-­‐protest-­‐in-­‐americas-­‐army/  
Brucker-­‐Cohen,  Jonah.    “Gizmodo  Gallery:  Joseph  DeLappe.”  Gizmodo.com  17  July  06    
       http://www.gizmodo.com/gadgets/games/gizmodo-­‐gallery-­‐joseph-­‐delappe-­‐    
       186276.php  
“GP  Interviews  ‘dead  in  iraq’  Game  Protestor.”  GamePolitics.com  8  June  2006    
       http://gamepolitics.livejournal.com/tag/joseph+delappe  
Martinsen,  Johann.    “I  de  dodas  namn.”    gameplayer.se  (Sweden)  21  Nov.  2006    
       http://gameplayer.se/focus_text.php?pub_id=5333  
“Interview:  DeLappe,  Videolucida.”  Game  Culture,  Italy    
       http://www.videoludica.com  
“Monitor  Internet:  il  rebelli  de  web.”(The  Rebels  of  the  Web)  Glamour  Magazine  Italy,    
       October  
“Ride  –  The  Work  of  Joseph  DeLappe.”  Catalog  Interview  by  Jon  Winet,  Nevada    
       Museum  of  Art,  Reno,  NV  
Mirapaul,  Matt.    “Take  that    Monica,  Kapow  Chandler.”  The  New  York  Times  3  March      
       2003  Print  and  web  
 

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Mirapaul,  Matt.    “All  the  Web's  a  star  for  many  gamers.”  The  Toronto  Star  8  March    
       2003  (Toronto,  Canada)  
“Quake/Friends.”  TechTV  Cable  Channel  featured  spot  on  Techlive  program,  March.  
“Stuttgarter  Filmwinter:  Festival  for  Expanded  Media.”  catalog,  pages  144-­‐145,    
       Veranstalter,  Wand  5,  Stuttgart,  Germany  
Brucker-­‐Cohen,  Jonah.    “A  Friendly  Game  of  Quake.”  Rhizome.org      
       http://www.rhizome.org  
“Quake/Friends.”  Neural.it,  New  Media  Art  (Italy)  web  site  and  print,    
       http://www.neural.it/nnews/quakefriends.htm  
“Quake/Friends.”  Machinima.com  Web  site  of  game  based  art,    
       http://www.machinima.com  
dialogue  regarding  “Quake/Friends”  featured  450  responses  to  the  work,    
       Planetcrap.com  Germany  
“Counting  Sheep.”  Catalog  City  of  Reno  Arts  and  Culture:  Reno  
“Reknow.”  Catalog  Refusalon/Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  San  Francisco,  CA  
Robertson,  Kirk.    “Nevada  Zen  at  the  Center  for  Contemporary  Art.”    Artweek    
       January  2001  
Dow  Adams,  Timothy.    Light  Writing  and  Life  Writing:  Photography  in  Autobiography.      
       Chapel  Hill:  The  University  of  North  Carolina  Press  2000  
Dalkey,  Victoria.    “Nevada  Zen’:  Refreshing.”  The  Sacramento  Bee,  December  2000    
Fischer,  Jack.    “Access/Excess:  San  Jose  State  University’s  Well-­‐Hidden  Gem.”  San  Jose    
       Mercury  News  25  April  1999  
Jenkins,  Steve.    “Access/Excess:  Joseph  DeLappe  and  Gary  Quinonez.”  Previews,  San      
       Jose  Mercury  News  April  1999  
Mandelbaum,  Audrey.    “Paradoxes  of  Progress:  Art  at  the  Eighth  International    
       Symposium  on  Electronic  Art.”    New  Art  Examiner  Vol.  25,  No.  5,  Feb.  1998  
Schreiber,  Rachel.    “New!Newer!Newest!:  Teaching  New  Media.”  New  Art  Examiner    
       Vol.  25,  No.  5,  February  
“ArtBeat.”  KNPB  Channel  5,  PBS    2.5  minute  feature  spots  in  heavy  rotation,  Reno,  NV  
-­‐Reviewer,  “The  Computer  in  the  Visual  Arts”,  Ann  Morgan  Spalter,  Harcourt  Publishers  
Barclay  Morgan,  Anne.    “Ethereal  Images.”  Review,  Sculpture  Magazine  July/August,    
       Volume  15,  Number  6  
Snavely,  Patricia.    Ethereal  Images:  New  Media  Installations.  Essay  on  work  and    
       installation  documentation.    Daytona  Beach:  Southeast  Museum  of  Photography  
“The  Bridge:  Siggraph  Art  Show  Visual  Proceedings.”  Installation  documents  and    
       essay,  print  and  CD-­‐Rom  catalogue  of  exhibition  at  the  New  Orleans      
“Visual  Proceedings:  Computer  Graphics  Annual  Conference  Series”  (print  and  CD-­‐  
       Rom)  ACM  SIGGRAPH  New  York,  NY    
Sloan,  Mark.    “Aperture.”  Essay.  Southern  Arts  Federation  National  Endowment  for  the    
       Arts  Fellowship  in  Photography  Catalog  May/June  
Dow  Adams,  Timothy.    ”Autobiography,  Photography,  Narrative.”  Modern  Fiction    
       Studies.    Volume  40,  Number  3.    West  Layayette:  The  John  Hopkins  University    
       Press  for  the  Department  of  English,  Purdue  University  
“Words  on  Works.”  Leonardo,  Journal  of  the  International  Society  for  the  Arts  Sciences    
       and  Technology  Volume  27,  Number  1,  The  MIT  Press  
Kluitenberg,  Eric.    Article/Review.    Perspektief  No  47/48,  Dutch  photographic  journal    
Matis,  Gretchen.    “Photography  at  an  Unconventional  Angle.”  Review.  The  Atlanta    
       Journal-­‐Constitution    26  August  1994  

1993  

1992  

“Fotofeis  -­‐  Scottish  International  Festival  of  Photography.”  Catalog,  Scotland  
“Leonardo  Currents.”  Leonardo,  Journal  of  the  International  Society  for  the  Arts  Sciences    
       and  Technology  spring  issue,  The  MIT  Press  
“Cultural  Diversity  in  the  Global  Village.”  Catalog  TISEA(Third  International    
       Symposium  on  Electronic  Art),  Sydney,  Australia  
“Fighting  a  Mindless  War  -­‐  On  Two  Fronts.”  The  Australian  (national  daily    
       newspaper)  November,  Sydney  AU  
“Electronic  Art  Taking  on  a  New  Perspective.”  The  Australian  (national  daily    
       newspaper)  November,  Sydney  AU  
“Intimate  Technologies/Fictional  Personas.”  Catalog,  Brush  Art  Gallery,  St.  Lawrence    
       University,  Canton,  NY  
“Altered  States,  Digital  Generations  at  SF  Camerawork.”  Artweek  18  April  1991    

1991  
 
Professional  Positions  
Professor,  Head  of  Digital  Media  Program,  Art  Department,  University  of  Nevada,    
       
Reno,  NV    1993  to  present  
Director/Curator,  “Prospectives  ’12  International  Festival  of  Digital  Art,  Reno,  NV  2012  
Director/Curator,  “Prospectives.09  International  Digital  Arts  Festival,  Reno,  NV  2009  
Director,  “iraqimemorial.org”,  http://www.iraqimemorial.org,  2007  to  present  
Juror,  Machinima  Filmfest  2008,  Eyebeam  Art  and  Technology,  New  York,  NY    2008  
Chair,  Department  of  Art,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV    2005-­‐2007  
Director/Curator,  “RIFNM  06:  1st  Reno  Interdisciplinary  Festival  of  New  Media,”  Reno,  NV      
2006  
Associate  Chair,  Department  of  Art,  University  of  Nevada,  Reno,  NV    2004-­‐2005    
Curator,  “simple.tech,”  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV    2004  
Juror,  “Stuttgarter  Filmwinter:  Festival  for  Expanded  Media”,  Stuttgart,  Germany  2003  
Curator,  “Gary  Quinonez:    Electronic  Sculpture”,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV  1999  
Curator,  “Digital  Identities:Technologies  of  Meaning”,  Sheppard  Fine  Arts  Gallery,  Reno,  NV    1995  
Assistant  Professor,  Art  Department,  University  of  South  Florida,  Tampa,  FL  1991-­‐93  
Director,  Program  for  Research  in  Arts  and  Technology,  Univ.  of  South  FL,  1991-­‐1993