Sandra Budd


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Most Recent Affiliation / Department / Job Title:


  • Carnegie Mellon University

Bio:


  • ISEA1997

    The focus of my work is interactive installations. Many of the works examine the objectives behind new technologi­cal explorations. These works question the impact of tech­nology on our perception of the natural world. This interest in both the natural sciences and technology based sciences has lead me to create projects which place multiple viewers within a sensory heightened environment. These simulated environments challenge the viewers ability to interact and decipher a real environment via the interface of technologi­cal tools that replicate our own senses. In 1996 I created an interactive installation called Mars: Test Site of the Future which simulated circumstances similar to what actual explorations of Mars might be like. This piece lead me to the development of the Submarine installation presented at this years symposium. Most recently I completed my MFA degree at Carnegie Mellon University. In the winter of ’97 I participated in an invitational artist in residency in Skoki, Poland with students from the Poznan Academy of Fine Arts. In the summer of ’96 I exhibited in The International Edinburgh Festival under the invitation of The Demarco European Art Foundation.


Current Location:


  • US


Role(s) at the symposia over the years: