Daniel Argente

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  • ISEA2019

    Prof. Daniel Argente is full Professor of the Chair of Computer Languages, of the National School Institute of Fine Arts, UDELAR. Coordinator of the Bachelor of Digital Art and Electronics and Coordinator of the Degree in Languages and Audiovisual Media of the National School Institute of Fine Arts of the University of the Republic, Uruguay. He was part of the R & D Advisory Committee for the Social and Artistic Area in the CSIC in 2016. Member of the organizing team of the International Seminar on Hypertext Narratives and the Network and the Ibero-American Observatory of Digital and Electronic Art. Integrates the performative group of sound art This is not Magritte, from the Nova Express group and the MAUA sound ensemble. He has exhibited digital infographic works, interactive installations and sound performances in France, Cuba, Venezuela, Spain, Argentina, Brasil, Chile and Uruguay. Its main lines of research are new media art, focusing on robotics, virtual and expanded reality and artificial intelligence in art, as well as its research work “Expanded Video Game”.

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  • Uruguay, Eastern Republic of

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