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Fabian Winkler
Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Purdue University

Fabian Winkler is an Assistant Professor of Visual and Performing Arts at Purdue University. In his interactive installations and video works he explores the aesthetic potential and the cultural implications of seemingly well-known artifacts through the use of new technologies. Winkler’s art practice is transdisciplinary, located at the intersections of the moving image, spatial structures, sound and robotics. Conceptually, his works are often influenced by archeological research into the history of technology and observations of social processes.

Daniel Sauter
School of Art + Design, University of Illinois at Chicago

Daniel Sauter is an artist who creates interactive installations and site-specific interventions dealing with the cultural and social implications of emergent technologies. His work spans a variety of disciplines, Electronic art, Performance art, Robotic art, Sound art, Interactive Sculpture, and Software art. While technology plays an important role in his work, it is not foregrounded. He uses technology as artistic material, embedded in larger social and cultural contexts. Sauter’s research is driven by a curiosity about the ways in which technologies shape and transform urban spaces, social relationships, and the human body. His current projects focus on mobile interventions exploring the phenomenon of projection in urban spaces.

Contact Info:

Fabian Winkler
E-mail: fwinkler at purdue dot edu
WWW: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~fwinkler

Daniel Sauter
E-mail: los at daniel-sauter dot com
WWW: http://daniel-sauter.com

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