Karina Mitchell has a background in printmaking  with a Bachelor of Art from Bennington College. (1994)  She studied in Vermont and in Paris.  While in Vermont she studied with Catherine Mosely, the master printer for Robert Motherwell.  While in Paris, she studied under Daniel Abadie, international curator and art historian.  Her work has been exhibited in galleries, museums, art festivals and presentations in the USA and internationally.   Her intermedia art Transcend The Bomb was recently installed at Sounds Images and Data 2015 directed by Lanfranco Aceti and Tae Hong Park.  Selected venues include the Donaufestival in Austria, the Innovation Festival in Milan Italy,  the Hermitage State Museum in Russia and Sibelius Hall in Finland.  Karina’s current work specializes in interactive media, public domain mash-ups, and scripted art which has been noted by academics in MIT presentations, Dartmouth E-media studies, and the Oxford Handbook of Virtuality.  In addition, her work has been discussed by art historians via the Art 21 blog.  She is interested in communication and some of her pieces respond to phone calls, text, instant messages and select social media. Much of her work is generated through collaboration and results in music, video, scripted art, digital performance, collage, sculpture and painting.   Her work forms in both poetic and structured ways and the end piece tends to be a condensed emotive unit.  Karina’s work is also published under the digital identity Misprint Thursday.