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Natalie Jeremijenko:
"Twinkling, Humming and Teaching New Dogs Old Tricks: Some Experiments in the Spectacles of Participation"

Judith Donath

Tuesday, November 26, 2002, 4:00 PM EST

Bartos Theatre, MIT Media Lab (E15)

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Natalie Jeremijenko, 1999 Rockefeller fellow, is a design engineer and technoartist. She was recently named one of the top one hundred young innovators by the MIT Technology Review. Her work includes digital, electromechanical, and interactive systems, in addition to biotechnological work. Jeremijenko's work has recently been exhibited or presented at the Rotterdam Film Festival (2000); the Guggenheim Museum, New York (1999), the Museum Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, the LUX Gallery, London (1999); the Whitney Biennial (1997); Documenta (1997); Ars Electronica (1996); the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and at the MIT Media Lab. A large project was commissioned for the opening of Massachusetts' new museum of contemporary art, MASS MoCA. Jeremijenko did graduate engineering work at Stanford University towards her PhD in design engineering, and was most recently the director of the Engineering Design Studio at Yale University, developing and implementing new courses in technological innovation. She has recently taken a research position at the Media Research Lab/Center for Advanced Technology in the Computer Science Department at NYU. Other research positions include several years at Xerox PARC in the computer science lab, and the Advanced Computer Graphics Lab, RMIT. She has also been on faculty in digital media and computer art at the School Of Visual Arts, New York and the San Francisco Art Institute. She is known to work for the Bureau of Inverse Technology.

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