Angie Eng

Angie Eng is a multi-media artist based in New York City. A recognized contributor to the electronic arts community, Eng balances between creating sound/video installations, collaborating with artists and musicians in Live Video performances and building net art sites. A native San Franciscan (California), Eng studied studio painting and psychology at University of California at Santa Barbara. She relocated to New York in 1993 to pursue the arts and explore interdisciplinary mediums. Experiences as a former instructor with the mentally ill from 1990-1997 come into her earlier work which has been exhibited at Artists Space, Alternative Museum, Bronx Museum and Art In General to name a few. In 1995 she co-founded a Live Video performance group, The Poool ( with Nancy Meli Walker and Benton Bainbridge. This trio expand upon the video experimentation of the 1970’s and demystify the process of real-time creation. The Poool has performed at such venues: The Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, The Kitchen, Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute and Uplink Factory (Japan). Crossing over to the digital realm, Eng is currently using the internet for building socio-politcal art (,, S.M.A.K. as well as responding to the impact of technology on our mental processes and way of seeing the world with Empty Velocity ( In 2000 she will collaborate with digital artists with Adrift ( in a project about journeys for the Walker Center.