iEAR Presents! Jane Prophet, "Diffractive Art Practices: Making Art Through Interdisciplinary Research"

 

iEAR Presents! Jane Prophet, "Diffractive Art Practices: Making Art Through Interdisciplinary Research"

CBIS Auditorium 

November 3, 2016 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Professor Jane Prophet is a visual artist in the Computing Department at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her practice-based research and writing emerges through interdisciplinary collaboration across art, science and the humanities with a focus on the use of scientific images as data. Her artworks emerge through contemporary debates about new media and mainstream art, feminist technoscience, artificial life and ubiquitous computing. Her current project, Neuro Memento Mori, explores the apparatus of contemporary neuroscience experiments through 3D printing and projection mapping from MRI data. In Pocket Penjing online/offline identities are blended via augmented reality bonsai trees grown from air quality data.

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