Interdisciplinary artists working in 3-D Imaging, algorithmic expressions, animation, and interactive robotic sculpture.
Has used medical instruments, prosthetics, robotics, Virtual Reality systems and the Internet to explore alternate, intimate and involuntary interfaces with the body. He has performed with a THIRD HAND, a VIRTUAL ARM, a VIRTUAL BODY and a STOMACH SCULPTURE.
· Sabrina Raaf
· Jason Salavon
· Fernando Orellana
· Alan Rath
· Michael Rees
· Eddie Shanken
· Shawn Decker
· Joe Davis
· David Rokeby
· Camille Utterback
· Eduardo Kac
· Gail Wight
· Oron Catts & Ionat Zurr
· Nigel Helyer
· Aziz & Cucher
· Franz John
· Rafael Lozano Hemmer
· Heidi Kumao
· Ken Goldberg
An artist, associate professor of engineering and founder of the Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium at UC Berkeley. He is editor of The Robot Garden: Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the age of the Internet (MIT Press, 2000)
· Kristin Lucas
A Brooklyn-based artist working with video/installation, performance, and the world wide web. Her work addresses the complexity of her relationship toward automation and the psychological effects of rapid spread technology.
· Steve Wilson
Deals with the abundance of the web, connections, communications, and the self.
· Jon Dunn
Alogorhythmic Programmer & Electronic Musician
· Eduardo Kac
Research and works in Telipresence, robotics, and holography and transgenics. He is an artist and writer who investigates the philosophical and political dimensions of communication processes.
· Jeff Light (Industrial Light and Magic)
Jeff has been directly involved in the animation (motion capture) scenes for Phantom Menace: Episode 1 and The Mummy. He has developed animations for several other films: Jurassic Park, Hook, Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
· Sally Weber
Holography and installation artist.
· Yuhua Luo
Computer Scientist & team leader for MONA LISA, a live video/computer interface, Mallorca, Spain.
· Fred Untersherer
· Becky Deem
· Saty Raghavachary (Dreamworks/SKG)
Most recently was Lead Graphics Software Developer for The Prince of Egypt.
· Dan Schweitzer
· John Donkin (Blue Sky Studios)
John recently worked on the award winning Bunny, which received the 1999 Academy AwardTM for best Short Animated Feature.
· Doug Roble (Digital Domain)
Received a Technical Achievement Certificate from the Academy of Art and Sciences for the design and implementation of his TRACK Software used in the film Titanic.
· Doris Vila
· Dave Haumann (Pixar)
Geri's Game, 1998 Academy AwardTM winner for Short Animated Feature, was one of Dave's projects.
· Dr. T.J. Jeong
· Sam Moree
· Joan Staveley (Windlight Productions)
Joan, an Animation Director, coordinated the development of 'CGI' Barbie for commercials and trade shows while at Windlight.
· Scott Lloyd
· Debbe Goldstein (Dreamworks/SKG)
Debbe is a former Art History major at Ohio State and currently works in the recruiting department for Dreamworks.
· Larry Lieberman