Cézanne Charles


Next: »
« Previous:




Bio:

  • Siggraph ???

    Cézanne Charles is an artist, curator, writer, Director of Creative Industries for ArtServe Michigan, and former Executive Director of New Media Scotland. She has commissioned, curated, and presented talks, research, and works by creative practitioners who are exploring the implications of emerging technologies and scientific developments on contemporary culture in both the US and UK. She is co-founder of rootoftwo, a hybrid art and design practice. Her work concentrates on the interactions between audiences, objects and sites using electronics and digital media to explore these relationships. rootoftwo has exhibited in the US, Europe, and Australia and is now based in metro Detroit. She co-curated the exhibition Perimeters, Boundaries and Borders (United Kingdom). She has been an invited contributor and presenter at conferences including Cool Fusions: Digital Humanities, Contemporary Art at MOCA Cleveland, and Creative Cities Summit 2.0 Detroit. She also serves on the programming committee at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.

    Siggraph 2014

    Cézanne Charles is co-director of rootoftwo, the hybrid design studio she formed with John Marshall in 1998. rootoftwo make hybrid design projects, social objects, experiences, and works for the public realm—typically at the scale of devices, furniture or small buildings. They have presented work in Australia, Brazil, China, Denmark, Japan, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK and the US. Their works create a condition where we can perceive ourselves, the here and now, and the future differently. Charles is also director of creative industries for ArtServe Michigan. She is on the programming committee for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. She has commissioned, curated, and presented talks, research, and works by creative practitioners exploring the implications of emerging technologies and scientific developments on contemporary culture in both the US and the UK.


Role(s):



If you find errors or omissions on your profile page, please contact us: historyarchives@siggraph.org
Did you know you can send us a photo of yourself and a bio and we will post it? Make sure the photo is at least 1000 x 1000 and send it to the email above along with the bio and we will add it to your page.