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Born 1984, Los Angeles, CA
Lives in Los Angeles, CA

BA, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

2006, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA

Difference Engine, Lisson Gallery, New York, NY
Web 2.0, [Senne], Brussels, Belgium
Show #26, And/Or Gallery, Pasadena, CA
Made In L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
default, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA
Ordinary Pictures, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
My Boyfriend Came Back From The War. Online since 1996, HeK House Electronic Arts, Basel, Switzerland and MU, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Any Human Measure, M+B, Los Angeles, CA
Selected works, Courtyard Café at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
AFTER/HOURS/DROP/BOX, supernormal, Oxfordshire, UK
BYOB MOCA LA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Migrating Forms, Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY
Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship, Higher Pictures, New York, NY
Recent music videos,
Astral Projection Abduction Fantasy, Monster Truck Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Big Reality, 319 Scholes, New York, NY
Net Video, Black Box, Givon Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Collect the WWWorld: The Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age, Haus für elektronische Künste, Basel, Switzerland
Collect the WWWorld: The Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age, Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy
Read/Write by Jstchillin, 319 Scholes, New York, NY
Le Socle, C’est Aussi Pour Moi Une Problématique, La Noire Galerie, Paris, France, Paris, France
Replay, Beton 7, Athens, Greece
VPAP for FIFA (Augmented Reality Sculpture Park), Ben Franklin Sculpture Parkway, Philadelphia, PA
Terraforms – Game Mods, Babycastles, New York, NY
Is This Thing On?, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
Work Makes The Work, Eisentrager-Howard Gallery, Lincoln, NE
Hollywood Elegies, Art Dubai, Dubai, UAE (with Nasty Nets)
Surfing Club, [], Basel, Switzerland
Surfing Club, Espace Gantner, Belfort, France
Anne Eastman, Maggie Foster, Guthrie Lonergan, Hayley Silverman, Jancar Jones Gallery, San Francisco, CA
BYOB LA, USC Gayle and Ed Roski MFA Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (co-curator)
3 hours in 1 second, Basso Berlin, Berlin, Germany
The New Normal, Art Gallery of Windsor, Ontario, Canada
The New Normal, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX
Multiplex, curated by VVORK, Sun Gallery, Munich, Germany
Video Dada, University Art Gallery, UCI, Irvine, CA
Avatar 4D, NOMA GALLERY, San Francisco, CA
Just Add Water, de Soto Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Serial Chillers in Paradise,
Made in Internet, ARTBOOM Festival, online and Krakow, Poland
NOISEnotNOISE, Western Front, online and Vancouver, Canada
Speed Show vol. 3: ‘Peace!’, A.Internetcafe, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Intermittent Stream (online)
Index of Potential, online and Miltiadou 21, Athens, Greence
Acid Rain Productions (cable television), Orange and Durham Counties, NC
The Generational: Younger Than Jesus, New Museum, New York, NY
New Wave, Internet Pavillion, Biennale di Venezia, Italy
New Frontier on Main, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah (with Nasty Nets)
We Did It Ourselves!, lecture/screening, Light Industry, Brooklyn, NY
We Did It Ourselves!, lecture/screening, Abandon Normal Devices at FACT, Liverpool, UK
mybiennialisbetterthanyours, Xth Biennale de Lyon, France
Smoke and Mirrors, Space, Pittsburgh, PA
Are you sure you are you?, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Semantics Beta, Arti et Amicitae, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Versions, Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The New Normal, Bureau for Open Culture, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH
The New Normal, Pomona College Museum of Art, Pomona, CA
Engagement Party, Guest blogging for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
The machine becomes the idea that makes the art, c17, Vienna, Austria
The True Artist Helps The World By Revealing Mystic Truths…, Rapture Heap, Dublin, Ireland
From Now On This Blog Is Going To Be…, for Abandon Normal Devices at FACT, Liverpool, UK
In Real Life, Capricious Gallery, New York, NY
Reverse Engineering
, Capricious Gallery, New York, BY
Welcome to the Neightborhood, Tight Space, Santa Ana, CA
S.A.S.E., ASDF Makes, email exhibition
Show #22: YTMND, And/Or Gallery, Dallas, TX
Mirror Site, screening/event, MWNM, Brooklyn, NY
ScreenGrab.1, screening, Nightengale Cinema, Chicago, IL
Distributed Gallery show 3, Curated for Distributed Gallery at Telic, Los Angeles, CA
Stock Footage Workshop, Instructor, The Public School, Los Angeles, CA
Montage: Unmonumental Online, New Museum, New York, NY
Medium Cool, Art in General, New York, NY
The New Normal, Artists Space, New York, NY
The New Normal, Huarte Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Huarte, Spain
The New Normal, The Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Reset/Play, Arthouse, Austin, TX
Dallas Video Festival, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX
Netmares/Netdreams, Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD
Nasty As U Wanna Be, New York Underground Film Festival, New York, NY
This one goes up to 11, online at Why + Wherefore, screening at Monkeytown, New York, NY
Club Internet, (various online exhibitions)
Club Internet: Free Fall opening at Mediamatic, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tag Team, online show curated for Club Internet
A Wikipedia Reader, publication edited by ASDF Makes
Show #12 (two person show with Kevin Bewersdorf), And/Or Gallery, Dallas, TX
Thread, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA
Professional Surfer, Rhizome Time Shares, at the New Museum
nothin special, Version Festival, Chicago, IL
Our Distance From Things, Telic Arts Exchange, Los Angeles, CA
Nasty Nets Event, Telic Arts Exchange, Los Angeles, CA
The GIF Show, Rx Gallery, San Francisco
Faultlines, Rhizome Time Shares, at the New Museum
Surfing the internet in public 3 (lecture), Telic Arts Exchange, Los Angeles

Lambert, Molly. “Who is Jack?” Rhizome, February 23
“20 Artists to Watch at The Armory Show.” Artsy, March 1
Herbert, Martin. “Art Previewed.” ArtReview, December
Williams, Maxwell. “30 Young Artists to Watch in 2017.” Cultured, November
Diehl, Travis. “Critics’ Picks: Guthrie Lonergan.” Artforum, November
Mason, Isabella. “Guthrie Lonergan’s ‘2006’ at Honor Fraser, Los Angeles.” Blouin Artinfo, November 18
Varadi, Keith J. “Guthrie Lonergan at Honor Fraser.” Carla, November 17
Stromberg, Matt. “ArtRx LA.” Hyperallergic, November 1
Gronlund, Melissa. “The Second Life of Net Art.” Spike Art Quarterly, Issue #42
Li, Jennifer S. “Made in LA.” Art in America
Moutot, Dora. “How Image Banks Have Become Cool.” Konbini Channels, September
“‘Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only’ at The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.” Mousse, August 13
Teicholz, Tom. “Hammer Museum’s Made in LA 2016: Art is in the Eye of the Curator.” Forbes, August 9
Buckley, Annie. “A Meditation on Contemporary Art: ‘Made in LA: a, the, though, only’.” Los Angeles Review of Books, August 3
Emory, Sami. “Edward Snowden’s iPhone Hack Wants to Help You Hide Again: Last Week in Art.” The Creators Project, August 1
Morgan, Tiernan. “Art Movements.” Hyperallergic, July 29
Miranda, Carolina. “Roundup.” Los Angeles Times, July 25
“Morning Links: M&M’s Edition.” Artnews, July 25
Jones, Rhett. “Monday Links: Tough Times for Tumblr.” ArtFCity, July 25
Wagley, Catherine. “The Hammer’s Made In L.A. Isn’t Really About Newness or L.A.–But That’s OK.” LA Weekly, July 18
Eckardt, Stephanie. “Two Geezers Steal the Show from the Kids at ‘Made in L.A.’.” W Magazine, July 13
Griffin, Jonathan. “Made in L.A.” Frieze, June 30
D’Ambrose, Ricky. “Instagram and the Fantasy of Mastery.” The Nation, June 29
McQuade, Lauren. “Made in L.A. 2016: Wipe Your Feet on the Way Out.” Artslant, June 27
Knight, Christopher. “‘Made in L.A. 2016’: Hammer Museum biennial proves a thoughtful place to ponder the possibilities.” Los Angeles Times, June 23
Ventre, Michael. “Hammer Museum’s Annual ‘Made in L.A.’ Exhibit Spotlights 26 Local Artists.” Los Angeles Confidential, June 20
Furtado, Will. “Hammer Biennial: The 6 LA Artists You Need to Know.” sleek, June 20
Williams, Maxwell. “The Hammer Museum’s Biennial Survey Gives a Rich and Varied Snapshot of LA.” Artsy, June 13
“Made In L.A.”, June 13
Albrecht, Lauren. “Five Exciting Young Artists at Made in L.A. 2016!” Art Nerd Los Angeles, June 10
Diner, Eli. “Aram Moshayedi on Made in L.A. 2016.” Flash Art Online, June 10
Williams, Maxwell. “Inside the Hammer Museum’s biennial exhibition.” The Hollywood Reporter, June 9
Hinton, Kyle. “The readymade effect.”, May 25
Bode, Katie. “default at Honor Fraser.” Carla, May 12
Western, Beverly. “Culver City Early Bird Special.” Artillery, May 4
Berardini, Andrew. “Made In L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only.” Artforum, May
Mugaas, Hanne, moderator. “Superimages: Roundtable: Guthrie Lonergan.” Kaleidoscope, Issue #36 Winter
Stamler, Hannah. “Lauren Cornell and Ed Halter’s Mass Effect, MIT Press.” Flash Art, January-February
Ryan, Haley. “Image Ubiquity and the Ordinary Picture.” Walker, February 26
Kerr, Euan. “Walker show gives stock images their day in the gallery.” MPR News, February 25
“Hammer Museum Announces ‘Made in LA’ Artists for 2016.” Artforum, January 20
Vankin, Deborah. “What is an L.A. artist? Hammer Museum answers with its ‘Made in L.A. biennial lineup.” Los Angeles Times, January 19
Zhong, Fan. “Art 2.0.” W Magazine, May 7
“Consumer Reports: Guthrie Lonergan.” Artnews, February 11
Halter, Ed. “In Search Of: The Art of Guthrie Lonergan.” Artforum, November
Fitzpatrick, Kyle. BYOB At Transmission LA
McCormack, Tom. “Migrating Forms Fest at Anthology.” Alt Screen, May 11
Droitcour, Brian. Big Reality, March 9
Droitcour, Brian. “Life Feed: Webcams, Art, and People.” Rhizome, June 26
Lonergan, Guthrie and Joel Holmberg. “Paper Trail.” ART LIES
Jansson, Mathias. “The Semiotics of Video Games.”curated matter, January 7
Droitcour, Brian. “Big Reality.”, March 23
McHugh, Gene. “Various articles.” Post Internet
Droitcour, Brian. “The Chill Zone.”, July 14
Quaranta, Domenico. “Vernacular Video.” Flash Art, July
Quaranta, Domenico. “Media, New Media, Postmedia.”postemedia books
Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “An Ancient Impulse.” Houston Press, August 11
Evans, Ariel. “Skolar cat hidez bahind hiz nollege: Methodologies of Stupid (NSFW).” ART LIES, Summer
O’Brien, Nicholas. “BYOB LA Recap: A Conversation w/ Chris Coy, Guthrie Lonergan, and Artie Vierkant.” Bad At Sports, November 24
Vierkant, Artie. “The Image Object Post-Internet.” Jstchillin, December
Mina, An Xiao. “Always Social: Social Media Art (2004-2008), Part One.” Hyperallergic, June 14
Davis, Ben. “‘Social Media Art’ in The Expanded Field.” artnet, August 8
Breschuk, Paul. “The New Normal at the Art Gallery of Windsor.” Akimbo, April 14
Grover, Andrea. “The New Normal.” …might be good, Issue #140, January 29
RomaEuropa Fake Factory. REFF Book, October
McHugh, Gene. “The Generational: Younger Than Jesus.” Artforum, Summer
Cotter, Holland. “The New Museum: ‘The Generational: Younger Than Jesus.'” The New York Times, June 25
Halter, Ed. “After the Amateur: Notes.”, April 29
Boucher, Brian. “Younger Than Jesus.” Art In America, June
Olson, Marisa. “Lost Note Found: The Circulation of Images in Digital Visual Culture.” Words Without Pictures
Beyer, Charles. “Living the iLife.” Black Book, May
Various authors. “The Immediated Now: Network Culture and the Poetics of Reality.” networked
Johnson, Paddy. “So You Want To Join a Surf Club…” The L Magazine, March 18
Shaw, Kurt. “SPACE exhibit shows pop art’s alive and well.” Pittsburgh Tribune, August 16
Vierkant, Artie. “Hypermedia: Exposure.” Hyperallergic, October 19
Nevitt, Naomi. “‘Younger Than Jesus’ Opens at The New Museum.”, April 8
Beard, Thomas. “Interview with Guthrie Lonergan.”, March 26
Debatty, Régine. “The New Normal.” We Make Money Not Art, June 2
Connor, Michael. “The New Normal.” The New Normal, ICi and Artists Space
Daquino, John Everett. “Making the Private Public, or How Dick Cheney and Reality TV Has Shaped the New Normalcy.” ArtSlant, June 15
Johnson, Paddy. “Art Fag City: Escaping the Shadow of Bitstreams.” The L Magazine, February 28
Bewersdof, Kevin and John Michael Boling. “Best of the Web 2008.” Art Fag City
LaVallee, Andrew. “Even Boring Blogs Are Things of Beauty In Some Artists’ Eyes.” Wall Street Journal, B1, December 19
Johnson, Paddy. “In Our Masthead: Guthrie Lonergan.” Art Fag City, July 16
Johnson, Paddy. “Guthrie Lonergan’s 2001<<<>>>2006 Still Waiting for Reblogging.” Art Fag City, February 5
Moody, Tom. “2001<<<>>>2006.” tom moody, January 30
Robinson, Walter. “Curating…Myspace.” artnet, August 24

Moshayedi, Aram, and Hamza Walker. Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only. Los Angeles: Hammer Museum; Munich: DelMonico Books-Prestel
Beard, Thomas, Eric Crosby, and Eva Respini. Ordinary Pictures. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center
Cornell, Lauren, and Ed Halter. Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-first Century. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press
McHugh, Gene. Post Internet: Notes on the Internet and Art, 12.29.09>09.05.10. Brescia, Italy: LINK Editions
New Museum of Contemporary Art. Younger than Jesus Artist Directory: The essential handbook to the future of art. London; New York: Phaidon