Alan Dunning

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    Alan Dunning is an artist living in Calgary, Canada. He is a member of the Media Arts & Digital Technologies Department at the Alberta College of Art, and an Adjunct Professor in Computing Science at the University of Calgary, Canada. THE EINSTEIN’S BRAIN PROJECT.


    Alan Dunning, Canada, is a Professor at Alberta College of Art and Design. He has been working with complex multi-media installations, large-scale photographs, artist-books, and hypertexts for the past two decades, using the computer as a tool for generating textual fields and real-time interactive environments. He has exhibited in more than 70 shows since 1980, including solo installations at The National Gallery of Canada,The Banff Centre and Rutgers University, New Jersey. His Internet city, The Lost Dimension, was part of the international exhibition The Digital Village at the University of Maryland. Recent presentations of the devel­oping Einstein’s Brain Project include those made at the 4th St.Petersburg Biennale, Russia; Consciousness Reframed at CAiiA, Newport, Wales; and at the First International Conference on Virtual Reality in Valencia, Spain. He is repre­sented in many collections including the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He currently teaches interdisciplinary and media courses within the Painting Programme at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary.

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  • Calgary, Canada

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