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  • ... compulsive collections of found footage from the Internet. Real-time collaborative creation plays an important role in connected performance events and her work with musicians. Her work has been shown a.o. in the Grand Theatre Groningen, Theater de...
  • ... French artist Aymeric Mansoux on Metabiosis, a project investigating the ups and downs of data packets living in a world of connected ecosystems. From August 2007 until January 2008 she was editor of the Digital Artists' Handbook and is currently working on...
  • ... Art Education in a Digital Visual Culture, Interdisciplinary Art Education: Building Bridges to Connect Disciplines and Cultures, Semiotics of Visual Culture: Sights, Signs, and Significance.
  • ... and social issues. She often uses 'food' to create artistic arguments that blend aesthetics and criticism, charting connections between theories related to art as object, as medium, and art as critique of political and technological networks. She...
  • ... Things. In his artwork, he is inspired by systems theory, the nature of interactivity and creative explorations of flow and connectedness. Over a period of almost 30 years, he has had a varied career that has seen him work in the arts, academia and...
  • ... between science, technology and the living world; questioning the use of networked technology in how we perceive and connect to nature. Julie’s focus is the investigation of data as an art material. A mix of artist and computer scientist, she often...
  • ... measurement. This approach was recently used to convert biochemical recognition into Nanomechanics. His research is deeply connected with convergence and application of nanoscale science and technology with an emphasis on mechanics on the nanoscale. His...
  • ... two dancers in Maryland, and was supported by NASA. Another example is their 1980 satellite relay project Hole-in-Space which connected public spaces in New York and Los Angeles with live audio and life-sized video. Rabinowitz coined the phrase “We must...
  • ... strata, the instant overexposure of privacy within our social context or the memory behavior in the 21st century. All this connected with the use of new technologies as a way of approach, disguising and a channel of communication with the viewer and with...
  • ... on the idea of technological impact in the body and often uses transparency and electricity as an evident metaphor of connectivity. Her works have been supported by the Canada Council for the Arts; AT&T Canada; The Claudia De Hueck Fellowship in Art...