Bill Seaman





Affiliation(s):


  • University of Wales College and University of Maryland Baltimore County

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  • Digital Design & Visual Arts

Job Title:


  • Senior Lecturer and Program Coordinator

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Bio:


  • ISEA1997

    Bill Seaman, USA. Bill Seaman received a Master of Science in Visual Studies degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1985. He is currently a Ph.D. Fellow at the University of Wales, Centre for Advanced Inquiry into Interactive Art (CAiiA). His work explores language, image, and sound relationships through video, computer controlled videodisc, CD Born, Virtual Reality, photography, and studio based audio compositions. He is self taught as a composer and musician. His works have been in numerous interna­tional festivals, exhibitions, and museum shows. His video tape S.He is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He has won many awards including a National Endowment for The Arts Fellowship, Massachusetts State Council on the Arts and Humanities Video Fellowship, two different prizes from Ars Electronica for interactive art, the Awards in The Visual Arts prize, The 1st Multimedia Prize from the Berlin Film / Video Festival, the Siemens’ Stipendium, the The International German Video Art Prize and most recently the Bonn Videonale prize. He was visiting artist at The Intercommunication Center / NTT, Tokyo in 1994. Last year he collaborated with William Forsythe and Ballett Frankfurt on a major new dance work. He is currently Associate Professor and Director of the Imaging and Digital Arts Program, Department of Visual Arts at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

    ISEA1995

    Bill Seaman received a Master of Science in Visual Studies from MIT in 1985. His work explores language, image and sound relationships through video, videodisc, photography, and studio-based audio compositions. He is currently Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Academic Digital Technology in Time-Based Arts at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Australia.


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  • US



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