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Barbara Ann Rosenthal (born 1948) is an American avant-garde artist, writer and performer. Her existential themes have contributed to contemporary art and philosophy. Her pseudonyms include "Homo Futurus," taken from the title of one of her books and "Cassandra-on-the-Hudson," which alludes to "the dangerous world she envisions" while creating art in her studio and residence, located since 1998 on the Hudson River in Greenwich Village, NYC. Her personal vision evolves and changes along with advances in technology.

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  • Barbara Ann Rosenthal (born 1948) is an American avant-garde artist, writer and performer. Her existential themes have contributed to contemporary art and philosophy. Her pseudonyms include "Homo Futurus," taken from the title of one of her books and "Cassandra-on-the-Hudson," which alludes to "the dangerous world she envisions" while creating art in her studio and residence, located since 1998 on the Hudson River in Greenwich Village, NYC. Her personal vision evolves and changes along with advances in technology.
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  • Barbara Ann Rosenthal (born 1948) is an American avant-garde artist, writer and performer. Her existential themes have contributed to contemporary art and philosophy. Her pseudonyms include "Homo Futurus," taken from the title of one of her books and "Cassandra-on-the-Hudson," which alludes to "the dangerous world she envisions" while creating art in her studio and residence, located since 1998 on the Hudson River in Greenwich Village, NYC. Rosenthal is idiosyncratic and prolific conceptual artist. She is known for often revisiting past works, recombining old elements with new. These processes may include the use of x-rays, brain scans and clothing. Sometimes, she utilizes physical or textual elements from her journals. As a creative artist within the fields of surrealism and existentialism, Rosenthal explores her vision by engaging her subconscious. She is known for her intense introspection. and by using herself "as a guinea pig", exploring what it means to be human. Her personal vision evolves and changes along with advances in technology. As an artist, Rosenthal is known as an Old Master of New Media because of her long history in media, including photography, video, performance, projection installation, interactive, electronic and digital media, text, collage, prints, artists' books and objects. Almost all are produced in editions. Most combine camera, text and performative aspects. Elements of Rosenthal's previous body of work, "Surreal Photography" are often present.
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