Negin Ehtesabian


Interdisciplinary Visual Artist, Illustrator, Curator, and Graphic Designer

-BA in Visual Communication, University of Tehran, Iran
-Animation, the University of the West of England (UWE),

Bristol, UK 

Her focus in Visual art is Collaborative Interdisciplinary art practices, illustration, Digital Media, and Curation.

The areas of her interests are human nature, literature, 

Environment, art therapy,

and visual music.



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We first met through an international intercultural new media art project in 2010, which led to our marriage some years later, which has been quite an adventure! Since then, we have done several art collaborations together.

We both are a member of the Techspressionism community as well.

Now with Sudden gallery, as curators, we aim to explore how much we can help to shape the White Page community's ideas of sharing, caring, and mutual help between artists, so we can all create another independent space together with artist fellows to grow, shine, and hopefully, sell our art!

Let us know if you have any suggestions for collaboration, art exhibition, talk, show, research, residencies, or any other exciting experience in art and media!

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Patrick Lichty

Contemporary Artist, Media Theorist, Graphic Designer, Curator, Educator and Writer

Has been teaching Art, Media, Animation, History, Design... at

-Winona State University, Minnesota. US

-Zayed University, AD, UAE

-NYU sharjah University, UAE

-University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, US

-Columbia College Chicago

Patrick Lichty is a media artist, writer, curator, and designer of over 30 years. Born in Akron Ohio in 1962, he was raised on art, technology, and science fiction.  After getting his BS in Electronic Engineering and working in the discipline, he began an art and design studio in 1990, and created work for Accenture, Allstate Insurance and the X-Prize.


As an activist and artist, he was part of or worked with the collectives RTMark, Pocha Nostra, The Yes Men, Terminal Time, Second Front, Shared Universe, and Critical Art Ensemble, showing in the Venice and Whitney Bienniales. His writing on VR, AR, and media culture are widely published, and for 10 years he was Editor in Chief of Media Arts Journal Intelligent Agent, published by Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art. He lives in Winona, MN.



VR Installation "World Without End"
by Patrick Lichty 2018 
Was shown at Manarat Art Centre,
Abu Dhabi, UAE