Tina Escaja

Professor/Digital artist/Poet@
University of Vermont
Participates in 2 items
Tina Escaja (Alm@ Pérez) is a destructivist/a cyber-poet@, digital artist and scholar based in Burlington, Vermont. Her creative work transcends the traditional book format, leaping into digital art, robotics, augmented reality and multimedia projects exhibited in museums and galleries internationally. Escaja has received numerous recognitions and awards, and her work has been translated into six languages. Her digital artifacts include the series VeloCity (2000-2002), Código de barras (2007), Mora Amor (2017), the interactive novel Pinzas de metal (2003), her performance piece with sheep Negro en ovejas (2011), and her poetic robots Robopoem@s (2016). She is the instigator of the Destructivist/a movement, initiated on the grave of Vicente Huidobro in October of 2014. A selection of Escaja’s literary and digital projects can be experienced at tinaescaja.com

Sessions in which Tina Escaja participates

Monday 13 August, 2018

Time Zone: EDT/Eastern Time (US & Canada)
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
Robopoem@s 3 days 20 hours Mon 13, 06:00 PM  -  Fri 17, 02:00 PM   Part of: Exhibition Attention à la marche! / Mind the Gap!
Work
Exhibition Attention à la marche! / Mind the Gap! 3 days 20 hours Mon 13, 06:00 PM  -  Fri 17, 02:00 PM  |  Centre de Design (DE) UQAM , Galerie du Centre de Design
Participant Eduardo Kac (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) | Participant Alan Sondheim (Independent) | Participant Justine Bizzocchi (Bizarts) | Participant Jim Bizzocchi (Simon Fraser University) | Participant Anastasia Salter (University of Central Florida) | Participant Anne Sullivan (Georgia Tech) | Participant Jules Deslandes (GHAM&DAFE) | Participant Delphine Gauly | Participant Boris Du Boullay (Université de Marseille) | Participant Lucie Plançon | Participant Héloïse d’Almeida | Participant Marjorie Terral | Participant Guillaume Verguin | Participant Cal LaFountain | Participant Duncan Speakman | Participant Dr Tom Abba (UWE Bristol) | Participant Anna Dot (University of Vic) | Participant Steve Dipaola (Simon Fraser University) | Participant Nick Montfort (MIT) | Participant Mez Breeze (mezbreezedesign.com) | Participant Andy Campbell (One To One Development Trust) | Participant Ms. Marcelina Wellmer (Independent artist) | Participant Tina Escaja (University of Vermont) | Participant Laura Zaylea (Temple University) | Participant Shanmugapriya T | Participant Qianxun Chen | Participant Lucas Baisch (Brown University) | Participant Theadora Walsh (Brown University) | Participant Michel Lefebvre (Agence TOPO) | Participant Eva Quintas (TOPO - Laboratoire d'écritures numériques) | Participant Winnie Soon (Aarhus University) | Participant Tony Vieira (York University) | Participant Mark Marino (University of Southern California) | Participant John Murray (University of Central Florida) | Participant Joellyn Rock (University of Minnesota Duluth) | Participant Anna Tolkacheva | Participant Laura Okkema | Participant Jason Nelson (Digital Poet Land) | Participant Isabelle Raynauld (Films Musidora) | Participant Sophie Latouche | Participant Mickaël Lafontaine | Participant Richard Holeton (Stanford University) | Participant Kyle Booten (Neukom Institute, Dartmouth College) | Participant María Mencía (Kingston University) | Participant John Cayley (Brown University) | Participant Søren Bro Pold (Aarhus University) | Participant Manuel Portela (University of Coimbra) | Participant Will Luers | Participant Alan Bigelow (Medaille College) | Participant Christy Sheffield Sanford (Ms.) | Participant Erik Loyer | Participant Mehitabel Glenhaber (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) | Participant Caitlin Fisher (York University) | Participant Piotr Marecki (Jagiellonian University) | Participant Stuart Moulthrop (U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee) | Participant Judy Malloy (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) | Participant Patsy Baudoin | Participant Istvan Chung | Participant Harriet Fisher | Participant Stella Fisher | Participant Sarah Van Dierdonck
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