George Fifield is adjunct curator of media arts at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA and director of VisionSpace, Inc., a nonprofit arts organization which is planning the 1999 Boston Cyberarts Festival. The Festival will include exhibitions of visual arts; music, dance, and theatrical performances; film and video presentations; educational programs; and lecture/demonstrations and symposia. Events will take place at locations in and around Boston, including theatres, museums, galleries, artists' studios, educational institutions, and other public spaces. Besides these traditional physical locations, a key component of the Festival will be a companion web site to encourage participation from outside New England.

Fifield is also a member of VideoSpace which he founded in 1991 at the Space, a non-profit public arts organization. VideoSpace, a project of VisionSpace, Inc. , is a collective of media artists who have organized and presented exhibitions of video art at The Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Mobius performance space in Boston, the Harvard Film Archives at Harvard University and produced shows for the Public Access Television Consortium of Eastern Massachusetts and arts organizations in other parts of New England. VideoSpace has presented over fifty exhibitions and screenings of media art which have included over two hundred and fifty individual artists or groups. His DeCordova program, Media Space at DeCordova is an ongoing series presenting exhibitions for museum goers in the only institutional space devoted solely to the media arts in New England.

In addition, Fifield writes on a variety of media, technology and art topics for Artbyte, The Independent Film and Video Monthly, Sculpture Magazine and Art New England, where he is art and technology columnist. He curated the Experimental Film and Video section for Videosmith, Inc. of Boston in 1992 and in January 1993 he co-curated the computer installation art show, The Computer Is Not Sorry at the Space. His own art videos have been exhibited at the Dallas Art Museum, the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans, The Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston and the International Super 8 Film and Video Festival in Brussels, Belgium among others.

Boston CyberFestival Web site