Elizabeth Flyntz is a curator, information architect, and experience designer (who sometimes makes art) based in Brooklyn, NY. Her special areas of interest are early video art, experimental documentary, systems-based art, and usability. Flyntz’s writing on technology and art, media art history, and interviews with contemporary media artists have been published by Afterimage, The Creators Project, and Intercourse. She studied art and communications at Antioch College, media art at the Media Study Department at SUNY Buffalo, and media art and design at the Bauhaus University Weimar.
Flyntz is an established arts professional based in the US.