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Graham Harwood (Southend, UK) is an artist and programmer and part of the artists collective Mongrel with Matsuko Yokokoji and Richard Pierre-Davis. Mongrel has created collaborative socially engaged cultural products including National Heritage and the Natural Selection search engine to international acclaim. In 1999 Harwood/Mongrel received two national awards, The Clarks Digital Bursary and the Imaginaria Award from which emerged the software Linker - exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art and Watershed Bristol. More recently, Harwood has created the Tate Gallery's first net-based art commission, 'Uncomfortable Proximity' and was Artist in Residence at Amsterdam Zuidoost, Artotec were he built TextFm and Der Waag - The Society for Old and New Media - in Amsterdam. His software project nine(9) was included in the opening exhibition at the FACT Center in Liverpool. [SC 2003]





  Graham Harwood