The following links incorporate the work of inspiring artists that reflect my goal of generating a dynamic dialogue between the arts, science and technology.


Laurie Anderson
performer, new media, robotics, sound

Elliot Anderson
Interactive video and sound environments

Lois Andison
Mechanical works dealing with the body and automation

Roberta Alveranga
writer/research/robotics speech recognition

Peter Anders anarchitect, educator

Suzzanne Anker author and imagery involving gene culture, rapid prototyping

Mauro Annunziato a life generative video projection environments

Dr Irina Aristarkhova feminist theory & aesthetics, technology, embodiment

Roy Ascott artist and theorist in the technologies of consciousness

Tina Aufiero multimedia sculpture and installation

Alice Aycock large-scale kinetic installation focused on mythic themes


BBM robotic theater

Ingrid Bachmann
Interactive installation textiles

Paul Badger

Regoary Barasamian
Animated sculpture stroboscopic effects

Laura Beloff

Maurice Benayoun

Joanna Berzowska
Responsive clothing wearable technology

Nick Baginsky
Sculpture robots and autonomous systems

Jon Bird
Synthetic approaches to modeling adaptive behavior

Mark Bischof
Kinetic sculpture

Johannes Birringer
Telematic dance performance

Marc Bohlen
Robotics installation and social commentary

Carrie Bodle
Installations surrounding history, memory, and social dialogue

Mark A Bokowiec
Reactive body sensors

Cynthia Breazeal
animated robotic characters

Paul Brown
Explores relationships information space computer controlled element

Sheldon Brown
Algorithmic sculptures, virtual environments

Shawn Brixey
Biotechnology as hybrid strategies for computational expression

Diana Burgoyne
Relationships between society, technology and the environment

Annick Bureaud
New media art critic and theorist

Nao Bustamante
Video performance

Doug Buis
Kinetic and interactive installations, environmental concerns

Lee Bul

Jack Burnham
Writer and theorist on interactive art





France Cadet
Robotics, A Life, autonomy

Mariela Cadiz
Video addict working with electronic body & memory

Alexander Calder
Mobiles and stabiles

Remo Campaniano robotics and telecommunications

Jim Campbell, interactive video and projection installations

Rejane Cantoni
Interactive virtual reality environments

Bruce Cannon humor, electronic, robotics

Janet Cardiff sound artist narratives

Kent Clelland interactive composition

Chris Csikszentmihalyi electronic installationL critiquing science

Harold Cohen

Carlos Corpa y Ana Mar’a Garc’a Serrano robotic painting machines

Luc Courchesne experimental video installation

Rachel Clarke digital and traditional media in drawings, video and installation

Jody Culkin physical computing

Federico Cuatlacuatl
Computer animation, installation


Charlotte Davies artist focused on virtual environments

Joe Davis bioartist

Donald Day street plastic

Ernestine Daubner art historian and cultural theorist

Joseph DeLappe installation, fetishism, interaction

Dead Chickens Mechanical creatures.

Maywa Denki theatrical robotics and experimental music

Beatrice DeCosta social robotics, biopolitics and the politics of surveillance

Wim Delvoye digestive system simulation

Paul DeMarinis sound and computer installations, interactive electronic inventions

Marta de Menezes

Lewis DeSoto conceptually driven sculpture, kinetics, light

Federico D’az Interactive installations

Peter Dittmer language based computer interaction

Jason Ditmars electronic interactive sculptures neon

Kelly Dobson speech recognition language of the machines

Jack Dollhausen machines that respond to change

Margaret Dolinsky virtual reality artist and educator

Ricardo Dominquez hacktavist and performer

Heri Dono (Indonesia) Cinematic sculpture installation inspired by Indonesian culture

Marco Donnaruma
Relationship between body, politics and technology

Alan Dorin generative artwork

Tony Dove interactive video

Scott Draves artificial life works evolution

Erwin Driessen and Maria Verstappen

John Dunn Artist musician

Kitsou Dubois experimental environment of altered gravity conditions/o:p>





Doug Easterly conceptually based robotic and interactive works

David Eckard performance and kinetic sculpture

Electronic Disturbance Theatre

Sharon Engelstein massive inflatable forms and sculpture




Isabel Farnsworth kinetic sculpture installation

Jurgen Faust video installation

Jeff Federson new

Ken Feingold robotic artificially intelligent talking heads and installations

Mary Flanagan networked and computer-based works, gaming technology

Monika Fleischmann identity change in media culture.

David Foster interactive and kinetic sculptures

Larnie Fox kinetic sculpture, windmills, ornithopters

Amy Franceschini futurist group employing technology

Noriyuki Fujimura field between interactive art and public space





Naum Gabo pioneer constructivism

Ulrike Gabriel emersion, robotics, virtual spaces

Kit Galloway & Sherrie Rabinowitz Telematic art video environments

Authur Ganson kinetic sculpture

Mona Gazala
Installation art, socially-engaged art and social sculpture

Christy Georg Kinetic sound sculpture and performances

Nicholas Gessler:

Brian Goggin
Site specific works involving time and light

Andy Gracie robotic installations that involve living systems

Ken Gregory New Hybrid Soundscapes

Maties Groebel robot assisted paintings involving cultural memory

Jonah Brucker-Cohen custom interfaces for the web

Ken Goldberg Telematic performances

Seth Cluett architectural sound and light installation

Brian Gustafson empathy through interactive devices





Hans Haacke pioneer of the critiques of social institutions, kinetics and process

Ian Haig fleshbot, unique and hilarious interfaces

Jennifer Hall interactive robotic installations

David Halsell
Interactive installations concerned with body and biology

Ann Hamilton
Site specific installation

Georg Hartung kinetic art installation

Mona Hatoum
Sculpture installation video

Tim Hawkinson large scale sound installations

Michael Hayden Architectonic scaled sculptures

Katherine Hayles Research into virtual Bodies in Cybernetics

Barney Haynes symbiont, co-dependency, interactive installation

Jean-Pierre H≥bert algorithmic art robotics

Matt Heckert Mechanical sound orchestras and menacing machines

Agnus Hegedus interactive installation

Nigel Helyer Immersive sculpture and sound art

Jesse Hemminger interactive sculpture

Paulo Henrique communications technologies and dance

Kurt Hentschlager
Chicago based Austrian artist Kurt Hentschläger creates audiovisual installations and performances.

Garnet Hertz
reanimating insects

Craig Hickman physical computing

Gary Hill pioneering video installation

Christoph Hildebrand Neon installations

Rania Ho mobil robotic kitchen appliances

Michael Hirchner wind powered kinetic sculpture

Marla Hlady sound and kinetic works

Tiffany Holmes large-scale interactive installations

Cartsten Hoeller

Hobjin techno parasites

Perry Hoberman installation artist defining unique and humorous interfaces

Rebecca Horn large scale conceptually based kinetic and sound works

Jenny Holzer language based installations involving LEDs and other mediums

Human product psychomorphic mutant theatre

Tim Hnkin automata and kinetic sculpture


Shih Chieh Huang inflatable technological gardens





Tom Igoe design for human-machine interfaces networked art

Edward Ihnatowicz creator of Senster interactive robot

Hiroshi Ishii tangible media group MIT

Troy Innocent a life works, generative art

Institute for Applied Autonomy

Toshio Iwai experimental animation and projections

Milena Iossifova





Will Jakson kinetic and interactive sculpture

Jim Jenkins kinetic sculptor and editor of Kinetic Kinetic Recent Kinetic Art.

Pamela Jennings explores issues of identity

Franz John large scale sound and web based installation dealing with earth processes

Daniel Jolliffe conceptually based synthesis of sculptural practice

Gary Justis Kinetic sculpture and installation

Natalie Jeremijenko biotech installations/mechatronic

Paul Ramiriz Jonas Automaton sound sculpture

Jocelyn Robert sound and video environments





Eduardo Kac
Telematics, biological art, robotics and conceptual installations

Ned Kahn kinetic and interactive

Hachiya Kazuhiko telematic and web works, immersion

Istvan Kantor action based media

Kerr (New Zealand) new media web, sound, film, video and installation

Martin Kersels interactive, electronic sculpture installation,sound works

Zerek Kempf Sculptural interactive works inspired situationist art

Robert Kinoshita designer of Robby the Robot and The Robot B9 from Lost In Space


Yves Amu Klein interactive robotics utilizing neural networks for control

Myron Krueger Pioneer artificial reality to examine

Tammy Knipp mixed-media collage

Milton Komisar light sculpture as music

Piotr Kowalski architect, mathematician, bio-physicist and town-planner

Richie Kuhaupt & Geoffrey Drake-Brockman Australia digital mirror, figuration

Ryota Kuwakubo

Heidi Kumao cinema machines for intimate installations

Machiko Kusahara media artist theorist Japan

Hachiya Kazuhiko telematic installations

Daneila Kutschat interactive virtual reality works




Brenda Laurel computer interface design/theatre

Barbara Layne wearable computing

Jorge La Ferla video artist theoretician, writer, curator

John Lathram interactive installation relation of virtual to physical

Diane Landry multidisciplinary sound and kinetic works

Sean Langlais sound sculptor

Eve Andree Laramee Installation, Sculpture, Performance about art, science nature

Chris Larson kinetics, installations

Richard Lerman sound artist and installations

Vincent Leclerc wearable instruments

Hugo Leonello (1977)
Sculpture and new media

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (1967)
Electronic artist, develops interactive installations that are at the intersection of architecture and performance art.

Shawn Lawson

Lynn Hershman Lesson conceptual based installations, film, early interactive, digital prints

George Legrady conceptual artist working with language

Jen Lewin boundaries relationship, physical/analog & digital

Simon Lewandowski electronics kits to talk to dead people

Philom≤ne Longpr interactive video and installations. Robotics

Margot Lovejoy installation artist/author

Len Lye kinetic sculpture

Paul Etienne Lincoln

Bernie Lubell kinetics and interactive installation

Diane Ludin converging the body and information

Kristen Lucas humourous spoofs on high technology





Daito Manabe
Artist, programmer, designer, DJ, VJ, composer based in Tokyo, Japan

Chico MacMurtrie
Large scale robotic installations often involving sound

John Marshal
Rapid prototyped sound works, intersection of design, art & RP technologies

Jean-Marc Matos
Live multimedia performances that integrate technology into dance

Mary Flanagan

Jon McCormack
Generative modeling for electronic media invironments

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
Sound works, structures of thought through repetition

Turi McKinley
Interactive installation, mobiles

Steve Mann
Cyborg research

Michael Mateas art and artificial intelligence

Willy Le Maitre & Eric Rosenzveig A life generative video sculpture

Guy Marsden Audio electronic sculpture and kinetics as well as engineering services, green tech

Frank Malina Kinetic painting/o:p>

Medusa Lab (Mexico)
Projection mapping

Marta de Menezes

Feng Mengbo interactive virtual worlds utilizing game engines

Agnes Meyer-Brandis

Daniel Miller interactive systems, kinetic sculpture

Ricardo Miranda Zu¯iga tactical public intervention

Michael Mittelman Interactive video installation

Hans Morovic Author theorist about the emergence of machine and robotic intelligence

Leonel Moura painting robots, architecture, bio based art forms

Muntadas web art pioneer

Lauri Lynnxe Murphy Sculpture installation, natural processes, conceptual artist, material poiesis





L‡szl— Moholy-Nagy former director New Bauhaus and early kinetic works/o:p>

Gunalan Nadarajan theorist / curator artist, educator, robotics

Michael Naimark cinematography, interactive systems, and immersive projection

Joseph Nechvatal artificial life virus code, computer-robotic assisted paintings

Shirin Neshat video installation

Andrew Neuman electronic sculpture, LCD works dealing with electric and metaphorical power

Kieth Newstead humorous mechanical and kinetic sculpture automata

Sally Jane Norman dance and technology, cultural theory, a life


Michael Oliveri

Alex Oliszewski
theatrical media design + devising. His technical knowledge includes sound, lighting, stagecraft, and performance in video, musical, dance, play, and interactive forms.

Fernando Orellana
Interactive sculpture and installations

Santiago Ortiz language, life, interaction research

Ed Osborn sound installation

Dan OÕSullivan connection between virtual and physical spaces

Tony Oulser s installation

Neri Oxman – Material Ecology, design



Nancy Patterson electronic media artworks

Zen Parry electronic installation at the junction of primitive and high technology cultures


Patricia Piccinini new media technology and biological form.

Jim Pallas objects of desire, inflatable, interactive sculptures

Mark Pauline destructive and violent robotics with a message of self-expression/o:p>

Nam June Paik pioneer in robotic art and video sculpture

Randal Packer artist and author

Garth Paine sound works, installation artist

Christopher Palmer kinetic sculptor, kinetics and electronics

Peter Patchen electronic Installation

Gabor Papp, software art

Richard Pell contestational robotics

Špela Petrič
Slovenian new media artist and scientific researcher, her artistic practice combines natural sciences, new media and performance.

Robin Pettrd
sound installations, tactility, water, video

Simon Penny; interactive and robotic installations,theory, unique interfaces

Carl Pisaturo robotic actors

VJ Polinksi

Andrea Polli experimental approaches to interface eye tracking music installation

Corey Poole electronic and interactive sculpture

Jane Prophet site specific installation, artificial life, theory


Roger Quinn & Roy Ritzmann biorobots inspired by insects


Sabrina Raaf robotic installation with sound and tactility

Melinda Rackam video installation, virtuality, artist, writer, curator

Alan Rath Robotic and video sculpture

Casey Reas algorithmic works

Irving Douglas Repeto sound works, installation

Teri Reub embodied interaction

Michael Rees digital sculpture, rapid prototyping, installation

Erwin Redl large scale LED architectural installations

George Rhoads audio kinetic sculptures

Owain Rich environmental sound works

Katherine Richards

Martin Riches talking machines based on research into voice and vocal cords

Ken Rinaldo sculptural robotic installation, biorobots, green technology, transpecies communication

Christian Ristow extreme robotics, testosterone, battling bots, fire

Robotlab, matthias gommel Antunez Roca performance engaging technology

Ryan Ross, kinetics, installation, light art, robotics

Michael Rodemer; interactive environments, neon, cast objects

David Rokeby sound and video installation, image recognition,

Bryan Rogers conceptual and electronic sculpture installations

Philip Ross biological and electronic symbionts

Daniel Rozin wooden mirror that reflects the viewer

James Rouvelle, Experimental sound artist

Ben Rubin sound designer and multimedia artist

Jessica Rylan analog sound generation and experimentation





Catherine Bechard & Sabin Hudon

Joachim Sauter
interactive digital media and design

Asa Unander Scharin

Theresa Schubert
Post-media art, Slime mould, BioArt

Victoria Scott digitally controlled mechanical installations and sculptures

Bill Seaman large scale interactive projection environments

Seemen audience directly controlled robotics and kinetic art

James Seawright pioneer in interactive electronic installation, sculpture

Jamy Sheriden, Esther Scholooleer, Ryan Mccabe

Gregory Shakar sculptural combinations of electric light and arcing electricity

Edward A. Shanken Theorist/writer/art historian specializing on art and technology

Jeffrey Shaw pioneered interactivity and virtuality in his art installations

Jill Scott interactive media wearable computing, hybrid environments and artificial intelligence

Bjoern Schuelke Interactive works often dealing with surveillance issues

Nicolas Schsoffer’s; CYSP 1 (Cybernetic Spatiodynamic Sculpture)

Tom Shannon Shannon

Thecla Schiphorst wearable computing, dance, media art

Andy Schuessler Electro Mechanical Assemblage

Celestino Soddu, Architect Generative Design Lab

Sudarshan Shetty (India) Conceptually based electronic installation

Laetitia Sonami custom-made instruments

Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau

Jennifer Steinkamp immersive installations

Matthew Steinke kinetics, robotics

Michael Sturtz interactive kinetic sculpture

Karl Sims a life works virtual spaces

Eric Singer interactive performance systems

Latitia Sonami experimental musical instruments, wearables

Todd Slaughter
site-specific installation and kinetic sculpture

Martin Smith automata sculpture

Matt Smith kinetic art

Scott Snibbe interactive sculpture

Stelarc extends the concept of the body and its relationship with technology through human/machine interfaces

Eva Sjuve sound sculpture

Sandy Skoglund interactive large-scale tableaux installations

Gerfried Stocker media artist, curator

Bruce Shapiro robotic egg painter and plasma cutter and xy table for making sculpture

Julia Scher surveillance in the cyber-sphere

Joel Slayton and Tellepresent Surveillance

Celestino Soddu & Enrica Colabella

Paul Spooner figurative mechanical sculpture

David Stairs Designer/Philanthropist surrounding altruistic issues

Subrosa cyberfeminist cell of cultural researchers

Ashok Sukumaran (India) Telematics, kinetic, electronic installation Survival Research Labs destruction, mayhem, obtainium technology


Keiko Takahashi interactive sound drawing machines

Takis pioneer of kinetics and electromagnetic installation

Jeff Talman Soundspace installation

Julia Taymoor Theater sets kinetic costuming puppet

K.D. Thornton installation

Marc Thorpe robot wars, design, and kinetic sculpture

Paul Thomas Sonic spaces, web interaction

David Tinapple

Jean Tinguely pioneer of kinetic sculpture

William Tomlinson ethical autonomous creatures

Troika Ranch Dance digital dance Theater Company

Jan Torpus & Michel Durieux

William Temblay robotic sculpture installation

Joan Truckenbroad interactive installation inspired by aspects of nature”

Norman Tuck kinetic, interactive sculpture





Ullanta performance robots theatre and dance

Camille Utterback interactive video installations





Francisco Valera biologist,living systems – Autopoiesis theory with Humberto Maturana

Val Valgardson kinetic sculptures

Mari Velonaki robotic installation

Paul Vanouse interactive works that critique institutionalization and corporatization

Steina Vasulka electro, opto, mechanical, environments

Roman Verostko generative algorithmic prints

Bill Verplank

Victoria Vesna communication technologies affect collective behavior

Paul Virilio Theorist working with social implications of new technologies

Bill Vorn; theatrical interactive environmental robotics

Wim Delvoye Digestive sculpture, humor, installations





Grey Walter neurophysiologist pioneering research in mobile autonomous robots

Gail Wight conceptual interplay between biology and art

Julian Weaver sound works installation

David Webber robotic sound sculpture, video and interactive works.

Andy Webster

Michael Weisert robotics, sound and video working with medical issues

Wen-Ying Tsai cybernetic sculpture

Norman White interactive sculpture in the form of robots

Steve Wilson conceptually driven interactive works and author

Ryan Wolfe interactive sculptures and designs

James Woodfill sonic sculpture

Grahame Weinbren interactive cinema

Peter Weibel Artist, exhibition curator and art and medium theoretician

Adrian Wortzel theatrical robotics

Nancy Worthington kinetics, interaction, comedy

Nanette Wylde language based works, haiku



Hiro Yamagata
Laser light installation

Kenji Yanobe

Yianni Yessios
Interactive installation

Chang Young-hae
New media Korean artist

Amy Youngs
Relationship between technology and concepts of nature and self

Doo Sung Yoo (Korea)
Hybrid art, synthesizing natural and unnatural technology within artwork




Joe Zane
Video LCD sculpture and installation

Carlos Zapata
figurative mechanical sculpture

Adam Zaretsky
BioArt installations

Norah Zuñiga-Shaw
Working with movement, image, data, philosophy, community, sound and the world around

Janet Zweig
kinetic sculpture