SERIES 7: ART THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

  • Andrew Benson

    Andrew Benson’s work combines a classic painter’s approach with digital art. From his Los Angeles-based studio, Andrew works mostly with digital video, web technologies, animated-pieces and custom-made software and electronic devices, all while utilizing a painter’s use of color and form. A teacher at San Francisco Art Institute, Andrew’s work has been shown internationally at screenings, festivals, museums, and galleries both on and offline.



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  • Zach Lieberman

    Listed by Fast Company as one of the “Most Creative People,” Zachary Lieberman’s code-based artistic projects have won the Golden Nica from Ars Electronica, the Interactive Design of the Year from Design Museum London and were listed in Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of the Year.” A champion of creative coding, Zachary has helped co- found the school for Poetic Computation, a school examining the lyrical possibilities of code, and is a co- creator of openFrameworks, an open source C++ toolkit.


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  • Sara Ludy

    Sara Ludy is a multi-media artist interested in exploring the connection between the real and virtual worlds. Through her work with video, sound, animation, virtual reality, websites, audiovisual performance, sculpture, photography, painting, and installations, Sara is interested in exploring space, structure and how everyday objects, such as dust, can be transformed to have other meanings.


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SERIES 7: ART TROUGH TECHNOLOGY

Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy is a multi-media artist interested in exploring the connection between the real and virtual worlds. Through her work with video, sound, animation, virtual reality, websites, audiovisual performance, sculpture, photography, painting, and installations, Sara is interested in exploring space, structure and how everyday objects, such as dust, can be transformed to have other meanings.

Andrew Benson

Andrew Benson’s work combines a classic painter’s approach with digital art. From his Los Angeles-based studio, Andrew works mostly with digital video, web technologies, animated-pieces and custom-made software and electronic devices, all while utilizing a painter’s use of color and form.

A teacher at San Francisco Art Institute, Andrew’s work has been shown internationally at screenings, festivals, museums, and galleries both on and offline. Shifting between fine art and performances, his career includes numerous collaborations with musical acts through videos, software and live visuals, most recently for Clipping and Aphex Twin.

Zach Lieberman

Listed by Fast Company as one of the “Most Creative People,” Zachary Lieberman’s code-based artistic projects have won the Golden Nica from Ars Electronica, the Interactive Design of the Year from Design Museum London and were listed in Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of the Year.” A champion of creative coding, Zachary has helped co- found the school for Poetic Computation, a school examining the lyrical possibilities of code, and is a co- creator of openFrameworks, an open source C++ toolkit.

SERIES 7: ART THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy is a multi-media artist interested in exploring the connection between the real and virtual worlds. Through her work with video, sound, animation, virtual reality, websites, audiovisual performance, sculpture, photography, painting, and installations, Sara is interested in exploring space, structure and how everyday objects, such as dust, can be transformed to have other meanings.

Andrew Benson

Andrew Benson’s work combines a classic painter’s approach with digital art. From his Los Angeles-based studio, Andrew works mostly with digital video, web technologies, animated-pieces and custom-made software and electronic devices, all while utilizing a painter’s use of color and form.

A teacher at San Francisco Art Institute, Andrew’s work has been shown internationally at screenings, festivals, museums, and galleries both on and offline. Shifting between fine art and performances, his career includes numerous collaborations with musical acts through videos, software and live visuals, most recently for Clipping and Aphex Twin.

Zach Lieberman

Listed by Fast Company as one of the “Most Creative People,” Zachary Lieberman’s code-based artistic projects have won the Golden Nica from Ars Electronica, the Interactive Design of the Year from Design Museum London and were listed in Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of the Year.” A champion of creative coding, Zachary has helped co- found the school for Poetic Computation, a school examining the lyrical possibilities of code, and is a co- creator of openFrameworks, an open source C++ toolkit.

  • Andrew Benson

    Andrew Benson’s work combines a classic painter’s approach with digital art. From his Los Angeles-based studio, Andrew works mostly with digital video, web technologies, animated-pieces and custom-made software and electronic devices, all while utilizing a painter’s use of color and form. A teacher at San Francisco Art Institute, Andrew’s work has been shown internationally at screenings, festivals, museums, and galleries both on and offline.



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  • Zach Lieberman

    Listed by Fast Company as one of the “Most Creative People,” Zachary Lieberman’s code-based artistic projects have won the Golden Nica from Ars Electronica, the Interactive Design of the Year from Design Museum London and were listed in Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of the Year.” A champion of creative coding, Zachary has helped co- found the school for Poetic Computation, a school examining the lyrical possibilities of code, and is a co- creator of openFrameworks, an open source C++ toolkit.


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  • Sara Ludy

    Sara Ludy is a multi-media artist interested in exploring the connection between the real and virtual worlds. Through her work with video, sound, animation, virtual reality, websites, audiovisual performance, sculpture, photography, painting, and installations, Sara is interested in exploring space, structure and how everyday objects, such as dust, can be transformed to have other meanings.


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