Beth Coleman and Howard Goldkrand

Beth Coleman and Howard Goldkrand's work is a combination of electronic media installation, sculpture, and performance. They investigate invisible structures, from sound and spatial relations, to integrated systems, such as architectural fields, built-environments and communities. Through these practices termed as "cultural alchemy," Coleman and Goldkrand address the aesthetic issues raised by new media to make work that explores information technologies.

Coleman and Goldkrand were born in 1969. They are the directors of SoundLab Cultural Alchemy, an electronic media group founded in 1995, and the label SoundLab Records. Their work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; James Cohan Gallery, New York; The Venice Biennale 2004, Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Palm Beach Museum of Contemporary Art, Florida; WI39, Amsterdam; and Castello di Rivoli, Torino.

They live in New York.