Gregory Little

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    Gre­gory Lit­tle works with com­pu­ta­tional art, 3D in­ter­ac­tive vir­tual en­vi­ron­ments, and the cul­tural and philo­soph­i­cal im­pli­ca­tions of in­ter­sec­tions of art and sci­ence. His pro­jects have been ex­hib­ited and pub­lished in a num­ber of in­ter­na­tional venues and pre­sented at nu­mer­ous con­fer­ences and on line-fo­rums in the US, Eu­rope, Asia, and Aus­tralia.  His the­o­ret­i­cal es­says have been pub­lished widely, in­clud­ing in In­ter­texts, In­tel­li­gent Agent, and Tech­noetic Arts. His cur­rent re­search fo­cuses on po­etic in­ter­sec­tions of art and sci­ence through non-loop­ing 3d an­i­mated vi­su­al­iza­tions, vir­tual en­vi­ron­ments, and large scale prints. He is cur­rently teach­ing Dig­i­tal De­sign at Lo­rain County Com­mu­nity Col­lege.  His past teach­ing ex­pe­ri­ences in­clude ap­point­ments as an As­so­ci­ate Pro­fes­sor of Art in the Dig­i­tal Arts Di­vi­sion at Bowl­ing Green State Uni­ver­sity in Ohio, as a vis­it­ing re­searcher at The Vir­tual Re­al­ity Cen­ter at the Uni­ver­sity of Teesside in the UK, at the Stu­dio Art Cen­ter In­ter­na­tional in Flo­rence, Italy; as well as at Ober­lin Col­lege, Brown Uni­ver­sity, and the Rhode Is­land School of De­sign. He has an MFA in Paint­ing from the Yale Uni­ver­sity School of Art and Ar­chi­tec­ture, USA.


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