Iason N. Paterakis

Iason N. Paterakis is an Architect-Engineer, Media Artist, and researcher based in California. He is currently pursuing a PhD degree in Media, Arts & Technology (MAT) at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a member of transLAB, a trans-disciplinary laboratory supervised by Vice Chair Professor Marcos Novak. Since 2012, he has been working …

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Sofia Bartolomeo

What does Raul Soares need? What does Brazil need? What does planet Earth need? What must be stamped on our face, and then displayed on a 576 square meter mural, for all of us to understand? We need to understand that we are all connected. Because we think planet Earth is too big. The sky, …

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Adah Parris

Adah Parris is a polymath, anti-disciplinary artist, tech futurist and activist who’s work explores the anatomy of transformation and innovation. Her work sits at the intersection of ancient wisdom, living systems and indigenous community practices, digital and emerging technologies all under the philosophical idea and systems framework that she developed called cyborg shamanism. Adah was …

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Adam Potter Scott

Hello there. I’m Adam Scott and I work as a sound designer and composer in New York. My current work with SBCAST involves generative multimedia, biofeedback, haptics, and sensory data transposition. I started my career working as a promotions assistant for ClearChannel while studying Music Composition at Purchase College in 2004. I obtained my … …

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Jonathan PJ Smith

I look at the art I make as a bridge between the world outside and the world within. Images of potential installations become trapped in my brain and the only way I can remove them is to create them in reality. But, even then, they refuse to go away entirely and still make the rounds, …

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Sally Krysztal Kramberg

I am a multidisciplinary artist working in several mediums including video, photography, crafts, performance and installation. Throughout my career, I have undertaken an in-depth research on local and international crafts that are disappearing from the world. I have made a conscious decision to integrate them into my creative process … Continue reading

Hila Laiser Beja

Hila Laiser-Beja is a multidisciplinary artist creating works of sculpture, painting, drawing, installation, video, and etching; as well as collaborating in the fields of choreography and dance. She holds diplomas in photography from the Camera Obscura School in Tel Aviv and in interior architecture from ORT Career College in Jerusalem. Laiser-Beja received her B.F.A in …

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Ethan Turpin

Ordering Principles “Juxtaposing disparate parts, I develop a personal sense of place in the world, informed by history, nature, and cultures. The goals of my practice are to challenge commonplace assumptions, and celebrate the phenomena of perception. I am drawn to certain cultural materials with an urge to intervene, in order to hack mass mediums. A tendency toward experimentation and …

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Danial Nord

Danial Nord is an interdisciplinary artist who reinterprets the familiar language and trappings of mass communication. Nord’s provocative installations draw from his accomplishments as an award winning designer-animator in the entertainment industry, as an internationally based fashion designer, and as a scenic and prop artist for film, television and theater. His agile manipulation of color, …

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Lisa Trivell

Lisa Trivell is a multimedia artist working in paint, printmaking, collage and video. Referencing over 25 years of experience as a yoga, meditation, stress management instructor and massage therapist, Lisa engages her audience in immersive art experiences that recall both body and landscape, evoking the viewers awareness of their physical, emotional and spiritual presence. Born …

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