Lauren Fenton

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  • ISEA2011

    Lau­ren Fen­ton is a de­signer/scholar whose prac­tice fo­cuses on cre­at­ing nar­ra­tives that can be ac­cessed through in­ter­ac­tions with  the tex­tures of real space and the ma­nip­u­la­tion of en­tic­ing ob­jects. She thinks of her prac­tice as  a process of  the­o­riz­ing and in­vent­ing new emo­tions for peo­ple to ex­pe­ri­ence, through an every­day en­counter with de­sign ob­jects. Her work in­cludes an award-win­ning mul­ti­me­dia sto­ry­telling ex­pe­ri­ence with a tan­gi­ble in­ter­face (The In­ter­ac­tive Geo­Sur­face Map, with the Cen­ter for Land Use In­ter­pre­ta­tion and Onomy Labs), and the de­sign of themed spaces, video in­stal­la­tions, and an­i­mated short films.

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  • California,, Los Angeles, United States of America

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