David Colangelo


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  • Ryerson University, Canada

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  • ISEA2015

    Based in Toronto, Canada, Dave Colangelo is an artist, academic, researcher, and consultant. His research investigates and engages massive media (urban screens, reactive architecture, and public projection) as a means to support critical and creative engagements with the city, public space, and information. Colangelo has exhibited his work at a number of galleries and sites in Toronto. His writing has appeared in C Magazine and Street Signs. His work with collaborator Patricio Davila has been exhibited and published in Toronto and internationally at 2014 Media Architecture Biennale, the International Symposium for Electronic Art (ISEA) 2011 in Istanbul, ISEA2013 in Sydney, the 2013-14 Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism in Shenzhen/Hong Kong, and in the Leonardo Electronic Almanac. Colangelo holds an MA in Cultural Studies and Interactive Media from Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK. He recently completed a PhD in the York-Ryerson Graduate Programme in Communication and Culture.

    ISEA2011

    David Robert Colangelo is an artist and academic presently living and working in Toronto. He holds a BA in Arts & Science from McMaster University and an MA in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is enrolled in the Communication and Culture PhD program at York and Ryerson Universities and continues to work on a number of collaborative art and design projects. He is a co-founder of N/A, a multi-disciplinary cultural collective (http://n-a-collective.tumblr.com/members). Last year, along with colleague Patricio Davila and a team of volunteers, he realized the first large-scale interactive installation with the CN Tower for Nuit Blanche 2010 (etower.ca). His research interests include large public screens and projections, reactive architecture, data visualization, practice-based research, and the digital humanities in film studies and visual culture.


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  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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