Dawn DeDeaux is a multimedia, digital and conceptual artist based in New Orleans. Her work incorporates immersive digital environments as well as 2-d imaging and sculpture. DeDeaux has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; The Armand Hammer Museum, LA; The New Orleans Museum of Art and The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, CT. She is acknowledged in two current college textbooks, Understanding Art and Postmodern Currents. Also experienced as a writer and publisher, DeDeaux is the founding editor in chief of the award winning Arts Quarterly for the New Orleans Museum of Art (1976-1984) and has written numerous articles, including on the Death of New Orleans for Art in America. DeDeaux is among the eight original founders of the New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center.