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Bill Seaman Renaissance People

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Published on Jul 23, 2009

Bill Seaman, professor in visual studies
Dept. of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies
Duke University

Media artist and scholar William Seaman has exhibited numerous installation works and commissions around the world. His work includes performance and dance collaborations, video screenings, and many articles, essays and reviews in books and catalogues. His creations explore an expanded media-oriented poetics through various technological means. A self-taught composer and musician, Seaman is currently working on a series of art/science collaborations, poetic installations, scientific/conceptual art research papers and a book in collaboration with the scientist Otto Rössler. He is also collaborating with artist and computer scientist Daniel Howe on works exploring artificial intelligence and creative writing and multimedia; neural scientist and artist Timothy Senior on an expanded approach to neural nets; computer scientist and experimental writer Patrick Harron on a generative database project. In the 1990s, Seaman created The World Generator/The Engine of Desire, a digital machine that generates virtual surroundings, with programmer Gideon May. Now he is working with May and Duke University visualization expert Rachael Brady, to rework that project as an open source tool. Seaman is a professor in the Art, Art History, and Visual Studies Department at Duke University.

Visit Bill's website:
billseaman.com

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