Sarah Drury

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  • ISEA2011

    Sarah Drury is a media artist working with video, interactive installation, performative and mixed reality forms in diverse contexts such as gallery installation, opera, sensor-based performance, and locative practices. Her  recent work has explored the subject, “I”, as a dynamic, fragmentary, emergent instance of sound, image, movement and touch using sensing  and tracking technologies. Her work has been presented at international venues,  including: BAM’s Next Wave Festival, the National Theater of Belgrade, the  Boston CyberArts Festival, the Brooklyn Museum, the Kitchen, SIGGRAPH,  ISEA, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and others. Drury is an associate professor in the Temple University Film & Media Arts Program.


    Sarah Drury is a media artist working with interactive installation, interactive performance, and video. Her recent work uses collaborative processes and sensorbased live media to explore alternative embodiment, subjectivity and narrative. Her work has been shown widely at international venues.

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