Rocio von Jungenfeld

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  • ISEA2022

    Rocio von Jungenfeld is a German / Spanish creative practitioner and media researcher based at University of Kent (UK), working in embodied perception and how media art and technology alter human-non-human interactions in environments. Her creative practice involves collaborative, interdisciplinary, and participatory media production; hybrid / immersive installations; outdoor-mobile projections; interaction design; and art in public space.
    In collaboration with Dave Murray-Rust, she won the British Computer Society A.I. Award (Lumen Prize 2019). She is part of two large research projects: Playing A/Part & SOCORRO. She obtained her PhD and MSc at University of Edinburgh (UK), and her BFA at University of Barcelona (Spain).
    She has presented her artistic, collaborative and research work in venues such as ZKM, IBM, Scottish National Gallery, EISF, NTAA, MAN-Singapore, EIF, National Museum of Scotland, Talbot Rice Gallery, Margate Festival, I-Park (US), ACM CHI and C&C, EvoMusArt, Leonardo, ISEA, AMPS, and NECS.


    Rocio von Jungenfeld is practice-based PhD candidate at the University of Edinburgh, UK.


    Rocio von Jungenfeld, University of Edinburgh, UK


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