A nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation located in Albuquerque, NM

    Welcome to Intermedia Projects Inc

Intermedia Projects is happy to announce our project Legacy ofArtist-Scientists Online Archive and Virtual Reality Educational Center. This video will show pages from a design document put together by the first five of our artist-scientists. We are now working on a prototype of the first phase of our project. 


The plan for ongoing curation of the growing project will be for artists included in the project to nominate the people they know who have been there from the Eighties- We are trying to work with many more artists before they pass. Our starting place includes Rich Gold, US (1950-2003) with Marina La Palma putting up his work; Raewyn Turner (1953) and Brian Harris (1951), New Zealand; Jack Ox, Us (1948); Scot Gresham-Lancaster, US (1954); and Peter Beyls, Belgium (1950).

Organization Chart

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Dick Higgins, the Fluxus artist and theorist, identified the concept of intermedia in 1966 when he published his essay in the first Something Else Press newsletter (Higgins,Dick 2001) Intermedia paper. This article was reprinted in Leonardo Journal of the Intermational Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology in 2001, included an appendix by Higgin's daughter, the well known art historian, Hannah Higgins. I lived In Germany from 1987 until 1994. Dick and other members of the Higgin's family would often stay at my home when they were in Cologne. Often the conversation would turn toward intermedia, especially when conversing with Dick. The organization chart on this page uses Dick's structure and concept. The logo for Intermedia Projects Inc. is a simplification of the chart. I therefore dedicate this nonprofit organization to Dick Higgins, with deep appreciation for his conception and design of intermedia. ©Jack Ox 2015