Acknowledging the folks who supported my ISEA 2011 dream
Whose electric brain?
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to my dream of presenting my paper, Whose electric brain?, at the 2011 International Symposium on Electronic Arts in Istanbul. I am stunned by your generosity.
The gifters who reached out to increase my DreamBank account.
Luinda Bleackley (who also provided clarity to my confused descriptions of my work)
Teresa McDowell (who gently suggested alternative ways of reaching out to possible supporters)
Zoey Ryan ( a stranger no more through her kind act of giving)
Helen Dewar (who continually reaches out to help in a fashion that can only be described as superhuman)
Debora Gordon (who insisted on supporting me while managing an extraordinary and challenging list of life roles with grace)
Doug Setter (who never quits no matter what)
Thanks for those who offered moral support and suggestions online and offline,
Shelley Harris, Sojourn Coaching Inc. (outstanding and rock solid support)
Rosemary Hurst (unflinching and heroic support for this and other projects for over 25 years)
Victor Jones (generous with his contacts and suggestions)
Preview: The Gallery Guide (did beautiful things for my graphic image)
Colin Milburn (thought-provoking feedback and encouragement on my paper)
The Tweeters who magnified my reach by at least 1000%:
Ruth Seeley (@ruthseeley)
Ahmet Yükseltürk (@nanoturkiye)
Baba Brinkman (@bababrinkman)
Tod Maffin (@todmaffin)
I am deeply appreciative for the heartfelt good wishes and support from:
Susan Baxter (who’s supported me and my work magnificently for over 15 years)
Marianne Schedler (kind emails)
Kathleen Halme (humourous emails)
Debbie Douez (enthusiastic emails)
Tim Meyer (gracious emails)
And anyone else (remind me & I’ll add you to the list) who offered me good wishes, feedback, and support.
The image at the top of this page is the one I chose to represent Whose electric brain? Image attribution: Dr. Steven Finkbeiner, Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease, The Taube-Koret Center for Huntington’s Disease Research, and the University of California San Francisco