Alan Bigelow


We are honoring this artist with a retrospective of his work at the Arts Monongahela Gallery.  Some of the works featured are listed on this page.

Alan Bigelow was the 2011 winner of the BIPVAL International Prix de Poésie Média. His work, installations, and conversations concerning digital fiction and poetry have appeared in,, SFMOMA, Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts, 14th Japan Media Arts Festival (The National Art Center, Tokyo), FAD,, the Museum of New Art (MONA, Detroit), Art Tech Media 2010, FILE 2007–2011, Blackbird, Drunken Boat, Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus, E-Poetry 2007–2011, IDEAS, the Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum (Turkey), Electrofringe, New River Journal, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, and elsewhere. Recently, in addition to teaching full-time at Medaille College, he was a visiting online lecturer in creative writing and new media at De Montfort University, U.K.

You can see Alan Bigelow’s work at http:/

Works featured in his exhibit include:

“HE SAID, SHE SAID” (2011)

“This Is Not A Poem” (2010)

“My Nervous Breakdown” (2010)

“Archetypal Africa” (2009)

“Brainstrips” (2009)

“My Summer Vacation” (2008)

“What They Said” (2008)

“When I Was President” (2007)

“Lord's Prayer” (2007)

“Because You Asked” (2006)

“American Ghosts” (2006)

“Saving The Alphabet” (2005)

“Pangram (The Quick Brown Fox),”

by Alan Bigelow