Peer Bode, Professor of Video Arts and Co-Director/Founder of The Institute for Electronic Arts. He received a B.A. degree in Cinema from the State University of New York at Binghamton, and a M.A.H. in Video from the Center for Media Studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He teaches electronic arts classes that give students an opportunity to experiment with contemporary electronic systems that extend the domains of traditional video into new electronic media, including digital video, electronic cinema, digital audio, multimedia and on-line global image and sound transfer. His work has been exhibited at “Monitor 94, International Video and Audio Festival,” Gothenburg Art Museum, Valand Art Academy, Sweden; “The II Biennial International Film Festival” in Medalin, Colombia; “The 1987 Biennial Exhibition” at the Whitney Museum in New York; “Project: Video XXVIII” at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His work is included in “Iteration: the New Image,” a book/catalog published by the International Center for Photography in New York, and a catalog entry for the European Media Art Festival 1993 in Osnabruck, Germany. “Early Digital,” an interview with him by Cheryl Jackson was published in the catalog of the European Media Art Festival 1994.