Paul Vanouse


  • Carnegie Mellon University

Job Title:

  • Artist



  • ISEA1997

    Paul Vanouse is an artist using electronic media to explore the construction of subjectivity in contemporary culture. He employs sociology and “big-science,” in interactive art­works, often designed for mass-audiences. Paul is a Research Fellow at the Studio for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University, from which he also received his MFA degree in 1996. Recent international venues include: the International Symposium on Electronic Arts, Santiago Biennial of Video and Electronic Art, Copenhagen Film and Video Workshop Festival and Rotterdam Film Festival. He has taught electronic art at the University of California at San Diego, West Virginia University and Carnegie Mellon University. His work has been supported by the National Science Foundation, Pennsylvania Arts Council, and Pittsburgh Filmakers.


    Paul Vanouse is an electronic media artist with interests in psychoanalysis and contemporary culture. He is currently a M.F.A. candidate at Carnegie Mellon University.

Current Location:

  • US

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