I make individual and collaborative art projects that rely on computer code, user interaction, and data from different sources (typically scientific, although that’s not always the case). With these projects, I try to create a personal narrative that brings together my interest in art, science, and technology.
In 2009, I received an MFA degree from the Design Media Arts Department at the University of California, Los Angeles. My thesis project was about the practice of live cinema, and the use of different techniques (digital drawing, real-time video) in a performance I created based on memories of the Challenger disaster. The written thesis is available here.
Follow this link for an online slideshow of my projects, or check the selected projects below:
- Trazos.club (2016): Collaborative live drawing platform
- Metric Spaces (2015): Visualization of search paths in data space
- Relay (2012): Participatory AR in public spaces
- Convergence-Divergence (2010): Visualization of protein folding simulations
- Latent State (2009): Live cinema performance
- Crave (2006): Digital stage design using real-time projections