Working Artists

Matthew Biederman
2643 24th Street
San Francisco, California 94110 USA

Bart Woodstrup

DelRay Laboratory
The DelRay Laboratory is a site-specific, and time-specific, artistic installation. This laboratory facilitates experimentation with different procedures for exploring the fusion of sound and image.

Brit Bunkley
Quay School of the Arts, Wanganui
Universal College of Learning
57 Campbell Street
Wanganui 3050 NEW ZEALAND

Hand Machine 2
Large scale rapid prototype sculptures.

Ben Chang
TangentLab Collective School of the Art Institute of Chicago Department of Art and Technology 112 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60603

Ben Chang
Mary Lucking
Silvia Ruzanka
Rodger Ruzanka
Andrew Sempere
Chris Sorg
Dmitry Strakovsky

The Jackals live on the outskirts of the metropolis, watching, collecting, repurposing what they can to construct a new reality of techno-art. They will arrive with only enough supplies to survive. The nature of the work depends on what can be scavenged.

Kenneth A. Huff
P.O. Box 536188
Orlando, Florida 32853 USA

Natural Forms and Patterns
High resolution 3-dimensional rendering for the 2-dimensional image.

Patrick Keller
Christian Babski
Christophe Guignard
Stephane Carion

Manuel Abendroth
Jerome Decock
Alexandre Plennevaux
Gregoire Verhaegen

Patrick Keller
fabric / ch
rue de Langallerie 6
Lausanne CH 1003 SWITZERLAND

Electroscape is a multi-user 3D environment built with VRML and forthcoming X3D language.

W. Bradford Paley
Digital Image Design Incorporated
72 Spring Street, 6th Floor
New York, New York 10012 USA

Digital Image Design
Explorations into the relationship between the reader to text in an interactive TextArc display. The TextArc is a visual index/concordance/summary, a way to spatially reveal any text by letting its key concepts float to the surface. TextArc represents an entire text as two concentric elipses.

Teri Rueb
University of Maryland
Baltmore County (UMBC)
1000 Hilltop Circle
Fine Arts Bulding 111
Baltimore, Maryland 21250 USA

The Choreography of Everyday Movement
The Choreography of Everyday Movement envisions as a topographical mapping the culturally inscribed nature of our everyday travels. Using global positioning satellite (GPS) receivers, the project seeks to render visible our movement through the built environment of the city, sociopolitical and poetic patterns of traffic flow through the urban body.

Complete documentation of the SIGGRAPH 2002 Art Gallery: SIGGRAPH 2002 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog

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