Steve Daniels


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Most Recent Affiliation / Department / Job Title:


  • Ryerson University, Associate Professor and Artist

ISEA Bio(s) Available:


  • ISEA2020

    Steve Daniels uses electronics and communication technologies to create hardware agents, kinetic sculptures, ubiquitous spaces and networked events. Through his practice he juxtaposes disparate knowledge systems and experiences in an effort to reveal their underlying structures and assumptions. His works and collaborations have exhibited at the TIFF Lightbox, Ontario Science Centre and InterAccess (Toronto, ON) and were recently included in the MACHines show at the Centre des Arts, Enghien Les Bain (FR), as a part of Eveil/Alive/Despertar (SESC Santana, Sao Paulo, Brazil), TEI’15 (Stanford, USA) and ISEA (Disruption) 2015 (Vancouver, CAN). Steve is currently associate professor in the New Media program in the RTA School of Media, Ryerson University. Steve teaches courses in Malleable Media, Making Objects, Physical Computing, Telepresence and Networked Objects. He holds an MSc from the University of Manitoba (Zoology, Behavioural Ecology) and is a graduate of the Integrated Media program at OCAD (Toronto).

    ISEA2015

    Steve Daniels uses electronics and communication technologies to create hardware agents, kinetic sculptures, ubiquitous spaces and networked events. Daniels juxtaposes disparate  knowledge systems and experiences in an effort to reveal their underlying structures and  assumptions. Daniels has presented his work at numerous galleries and festivals including  the Ontario Science Centre, InterAccess, Future Sonic (UK), Bay Area Maker Faire, Elektra (QC), Subtle Technologies, Common Pulse, MACHines show at the Centre des Arts, Enghien Les Bain (FR), Eveil/Alive/Despertar (SESC Santana, Sao Paulo, Brazil) and TEI’15 (Stanford, USA). Steve is currently associate professor and Director of the New Media program at Ryerson University, Ontario, Canada.


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  • Oshawa, Ontario, Canada


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