Speaker - Laurie Frick

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Laurie Frick is a data artist. She uses self-tracking data to construct hand-built works and installations to imagine a time when sensors not only measure but also predict our behavior. She holds an MFA from the New York Studio School, an MBA from the University of Southern California and studies at New York University’s ITP program. Using her background in engineering and high-technology, she explores the future of the quantified-self where smart phones and gadgets gather and present patterns of stress, mood and bio-function digitally recorded and physically produced as intelligent wallpaper. Frick recently was awarded residencies by the Neuroscience Research Center, University of Texas, the Headlands, Yaddo and the Bemis Center. Frick’s talks and publications include The Huffington Post, Nature Publishing Group, Los Angeles Times, New Scientist, NPR, Creative Mornings and a TED talk at TEDxAustin. This past year she had solo exhibitions at Texas State University, Oklahoma Contemporary and Marfa Contemporary. She is represented by Edward Cella in Los Angeles.

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The Art of Self-Surveillance

04.29.14 | 00:17:29 min | 0 comments