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Sihwa Park

Sihwa Park

Sihwa Park is a sound interaction designer, media artist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Computational Arts at York University. His research interest lies in interactive audiovisual software art, exploring the possibilities of computational algorithms and emerging technologies in designing novel audiovisual interfaces. His art practice focuses on representing the relationship between humans and […]

Jane Tingley

Jane Tingley

Jane Tingley is an artist, curator and Assistant Professor at York University. Her studio work combines traditional studio practice with new media tools - and spans responsive/interactive installation, performative robotics, and telematically connected distributed sculpture. Her current artistic trajectory is interdisciplinary in nature and spans the intersection of art, science and technology. Her current work […]

Shital Desai

Shital Desai

Dr. Shital Desai is an Assistant Professor in Interaction Design at the School of Arts, Media, Performance & Design and York Research Chair in Accessible Interaction Design at York University.  She heads the CFI funded Social and Technological Systems (SaTS) lab where she engages in research that focuses on UN Sustainable Development Goals of improving health and wellbeing […]

Yifat Shaik

Yifat Shaik

Yifat Shaik is an Assistant Professor in Computational Arts and an acclaimed game developer whose focus is on creating personal autobiographical work and the use of systems, data, and game mechanics in social interaction and political activism. Completing a her Master of Design in 2014 at OCAD University, her work explores the way “play” can […]

Joel Ong

Joel Ong

Professor Joel Ong is a media artist whose works connect scientific and artistic approaches to the environment, particularly with respect to sound and physical space.  Professor Ong’s work explores the way objects and spaces can function as repositories of ‘frozen sound’, and in elucidating these, he is interested in creating what systems theorist Jack Burnham […]

Graham Wakefield

Graham Wakefield

Graham Wakefield joined York University’s School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design in 2014. He is appointed to the Department of Computational Arts, and holds a Canada Research Chair in Computational Worldmaking. He is the founding director of the Alice Lab in AMPD, a facility dedicated to the development of computationally literate art practice […]

Doug Van Nort

Doug Van Nort

Doug Van Nort is an artist, scholar and composer/improviser of experimental and electroacoustic music. He regularly performs and presents his work internationally, with notable past venues including Casa da Musica in Porto, Betong in Oslo, Cafe OTO in London, Skolska28 in Prague, Liebig12 and QuietCue in Berlin, Ongaku no tomo hall in Tokyo, The Smithsonian […]

Michael Longford

Michael Longford

Michael Longford's creative work and research activities reside at the intersection of photography, graphic design and digital media. He has exhibited and presented his work at national and international exhibitions and conferences. Professor Longford is a co-principal investigator for the Mobile Digital Commons Network (MDCN), a national research network developing technology and media rich content […]

Mark-David Hosale

Mark-David Hosale

Mark-David Hosale is a computational artist and composer. He is an Associate Professor and Chair of Computational Arts in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance, and Design, at York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has given lectures and taught internationally at institutions in Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, Canada, and the United States. His solo […]

Don Sinclair

Don Sinclair

Don Sinclair's interests and creative research encompass physical computing, wearable computing, interactive sound art, laptop performance, web art, database art, interactive dance, video projection, cycling art, sustainability, green architecture and choral singing. Professor Sinclair's web/data art work Variations/Variantes, included in a retrospective of net.art in Canada since 2000 by the Centre International d'Art Contemporain de Montréal […]