[-empyre-] introducing web3d 2003 academic research (part 2)

We are pleased to introduce ours guests form the academic research and
student work section of web 3d art. the artists will send in opening
statements in the next few days:

academic research:  http://www.web3dart.org/n,250009,1.html

--> Simon Biggs
Sheffield Hallam Universtiy UK
Simon Biggs was born in Australia, 1957, and moved to the UK in 1986. A
visual and inter-disciplinary artist, he places the computer and interactive
systems at the centre of a practice addressing issues around identity and
reality as social constructs. His work has been shown at a number of major
venues in countries including Australia, Austria, Bosnia, Brazil, Canada,
China, Columbia, Croatia, Czech Republik, Finland, France, Germany, Greece,
Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Macau, Mexico, New
Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, UK and the USA. He is currently Professor of Research at
Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Research Fellow at Cambridge University,

--> Narvika Bovcon/Ales Vaupotie
University of Ljubljana , Slovenia
Ales Vaupotic, born 1975, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Diploma in comparative
literature at Ljubljana University. Since 2001 graduate student of
comparative literature at The Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. Since 2002
graduate study of video and new media at The Academy of Fine Arts in
Exhibitions: 6th and 8th International Festival of Computer Arts, Maribor,
Slovenia. Aprilski susreti 2002, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Biennale di Venezia,

Narvika Bovcon, born 1976, Nova Gorica, Slovenia. Diploma in graphic design
at Ljubljana University. Since 2001 graduate student of video and new media
at The Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana.Exhibitions: 6th and 8th
International Festival of Computer Arts, Maribor, Slovenia. Aprilski susreti
2002, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Biennale di Venezia, 2003. Kudos Gallery,
Sidney, Australia, 2000. Awards: Presernova nagrada, student award, 2000.
Trnava International Poster Biennial, best student work, 2001.

--> Patrick Keller
Art School of Lausanne
(introduced in artists and designers))

--> Michael Arnold Mages
Mutual Assured Deconstruction
University of Denver, USA
Michael Arnold Mages is an artist, designer and composer. He currently
teaches at the University of Denver in the Electronic Media Arts Design
program. His works deal primarily with sound, economies of power, and
of space. Michealis also an -empyre- moderator.

--> Przemyslaw Moskal/Edward Tang
3D Sound Sculpture
New York University , USA
Przemyslaw Moskal graduated with Masters of Professional Studies from the
Interactive Telecommunications Program at Tisch School of the Arts, New York
University.  Mr. Moskal is currently a multi-media freelancer and consultant
for variety of commercial and non-profit projects. He also creates
interactive, digital art forms, which are both screen based and
installations. Mr. Moskal is a member on the board of directors of New York
Dance & Arts Innovations, where he also curates interactive art exhibitions
and  creating digital content.

 Edward Tang (BM, MPS) has a background in classical music performance
and digital audio and has worked as a freelance audio/music editor
for broadcast and new media in New York City. He has exhibited screen
based and installation work in galleries and shows in France,
England, and New York City.

--> Ayoub Sarouphim
World 1
University of California at Santa Barbara, USA/Lebanon
Ayoub Sarouphim  (1974) 2001-present: University of California, Santa
Barbara-Media Arts and Technology program-Visual and Spatial Arts emphasis.
1994-2001: Bachelor of Architecture-Universite St Esprit, Kaslik-Lebanon
Winter/Spring 2003: Teaching Assistant - Professor Marcos Novak, Spring/
Fall 2002: Research Assistant - Professor George Legrady, 2002: Summer
Internship at Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis, NY

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