Dr. Carol Gigliotti


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Affiliation(s):


  • The Ohio State University

Department:


  • Art Education and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD)

Job Title:


  • Assistant Professor and Co-curator

Bio:


  • ISEA1997

    Dr. Carol Gigliotti, USA. is presently Assistant Professor in the Department of Art Education and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design at the Ohio State University, where she teaches courses on both the theory and practice of interactive technology. She has lectured, and published widely. She will be included in The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media from MIT Press due out next year.A recent essay entitled Bridge To, Bridge From: the Arts, Education, and Technology can be viewed at mit-press.mitedu/ejournals/Leonardo/isast/spec.projects/planetcollegium/gigliotti.html.  The paper version will appear in Leonardo in 1998. She was Co-Curator of SIGGRAPH ’96 Art Show The Bridge, for which she was the Critical Essays edi­tor. Most recent presentations include What is Consciousness For? at Consciousness Reframed: the First International CAiiA Research Conference at the University of Wales Newport:the Ethics and Virtual Reality Symposium at University of Michigan; The Total Museum at the Art Institute of Chicago;, Herbert Zipper Keynote Speaker for the 59th National Conference of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts; and Ethical Questions about Artificial Life at the 85th Conference of the College Art Association.

    ISEA1995

    Carol Gigliotti (USA) is a practicing media artist, educator and theorist, specializing in the aesthetics and ethics of interactive technologies. She is presently Assistant Professor in the Department of Art Education at The Ohio State University, and Education and Technology Liaison at Wexner Center for the Arts.



Current Location:


  • US

Additional Links:


  • mitpress.mitedu/ejournals/Leonardo/isast/spec.projects/planetcollegium/gigliotti.html


Role(s) at the symposia over the years: