Rafaël Rozendaal's www.ifnoyes.com on view for #PaddlesOn at PhillipsLindsay Howard is a curator exploring how the Internet is shaping art and culture.In 2010, she founded the exhibition program at 319 Scholes, where she continues to work as Curatorial Director. The organization has since supported twenty group and solo exhibitions featuring over three hundred artists working at the intersection of art and technology.
Her work uses experimental curatorial models to reflect what she sees as an essential shift in contemporary culture, specifically a growing interest in collaborative creativity, open source philosophy, and unlimited access to information.
Recent curatorial projects include: F.A.T. Gold: Five Years of Free Art & Technology, a major retrospective of F.A.T. Lab's work, Pattern Recognition, examining the ways in which artists are integrating elements of the hacker philosophy into their creative practice, and C.R.E.A.M., an online exhibition focused on alternative models for monetizing net art.In October 2013, she was selected by Phillips Auction House and Tumblr to curate "Paddles On!", the first exclusively digital art auction at a major international auction house.She also works as an independent curator and has produced exhibitions for various institutions both nationally and abroad, including Fe Gallery (Pittsburgh, PA), Eyebeam Art + Technology Center (New York, NY), Internet Week New York (New York, NY), Phillips Auction House (New York, NY), and MU (Eindhoven, NL).
She regularly speaks on topics surrounding digital art, recently at #ArtsTech, Art Basel Miami Beach, NYU-Poly, and School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has served on selection committees at Baltan Labs, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, The Mozilla Foundation, and The New School.
In 2012, she was named "Best of Young Brooklyn" by L Magazine, an "Up-and-Coming New York Culture Maker to Watch in 2013" by Flavorwire, and among “10 Young Women Transforming the Art World” by TWIN Magazine.
Her exhibitions have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, and TIME Magazine.