Jasia Reichardt is a writer on art and an exhibition organiser. She was born in Poland, educated in England and has lived in London most of her life. She was Assistant Director of the ICA in London, 1963-71, and Director of the Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1974-76. She has taught at the Architectural Association for 10 years, and other colleges, has written for most of the international art magazines and has contributed to many international exhibitions and conferences throughout the world. She has written several books and served on various boards and committees. She is interested in art that encroaches on other fields, be it science, or literature, and has spent many years following up the connections between art and technology. Her best known exhibition is Cybernetic Serendipity (1968) about the computer and the arts. More recently, she organized an exhibition called Electronically Yours, that dealt with electronic portraiture, in Tokyo. Another exhibition project, yet to be realized is the Automatic Music Theatre about machines playing music by themselves. She has also spent many years on the Themerson Archive of which the 8-volume catalogue is now complete.