Winnie Soon

Assistant Professor
Aarhus University
Participates in 2 items
Winnie Soon is an artist-researcher-coder-educator who resides in Hong Kong and Denmark. Informed by the cultural, social and political context of technology, Winnie’s work approach spans the fields of artistic practice, contemporary art, software studies, cultural studies and computer science, examining the materiality of computational processes that underwrite our experiences and realities in digital culture via artistic and/or coding practice. Her works explore themes/concepts around digital culture, including internet censorship, images politics, data circulation, code and real-time processing/liveness, etc. Winnie’s projects have been exhibited and presented internationally at museums, festivals, universities and conferences across Europe, Asia and America. Her current research focuses on Aesthetic Programming, working on two books titled “Aesthetic Programming: A Handbook of Software Studies, or Software Studies for Dummies” (with Geoff Cox) and “Fix My Code” (with Cornelia Sollfrank). She is Assistant Professor at Aarhus University. More info: http://www.siusoon.net

Sessions in which Winnie Soon participates

Monday August 13, 2018

6:00 PM
6:00 PM
Exhibition Attention à la marche! / Mind the Gap! 3 days 20 hours Mon 13, 6:00 PM  -  Fri 17, 2:00 PM  |  Centre de Design (DE) UQAM , Galerie du Centre de Design
Eduardo Kac (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) | Alan Sondheim (Independent) | Justine Bizzocchi (Bizarts) | Jim Bizzocchi (Simon Fraser University) | Anastasia Salter (University of Central Florida) | Anne Sullivan (Georgia Tech) | Jules Deslandes (GHAM&DAFE) | Delphine Gauly | Boris Du Boullay (Université de Marseille) | Lucie Plançon | Héloïse d’Almeida | Marjorie Terral | Guillaume Verguin | Cal LaFountain | Duncan Speakman | Dr Tom Abba (UWE Bristol) | Anna Dot (University of Vic) | Steve Dipaola (Simon Fraser University) | Nick Montfort (MIT) | Mez Breeze (mezbreezedesign.com) | Andy Campbell (One To One Development Trust) | Ms. Marcelina Wellmer (Independent artist) | Tina Escaja (University of Vermont) | Laura Zaylea (Temple University) | Shanmugapriya T | Qianxun Chen | Lucas Baisch (Brown University) | Theadora Walsh (Brown University) | Michel Lefebvre (Agence TOPO) | Eva Quintas (TOPO - Laboratoire d'écritures numériques) | Winnie Soon (Aarhus University) | Tony Vieira (York University) | Mark Marino (University of Southern California) | John Murray (University of Central Florida) | Joellyn Rock (University of Minnesota Duluth) | Anna Tolkacheva | Laura Okkema | Jason Nelson (Digital Poet Land) | Isabelle Raynauld (Films Musidora) | Sophie Latouche | Mickaël Lafontaine | Richard Holeton (Stanford University) | Kyle Booten (Neukom Institute, Dartmouth College) | María Mencía (Kingston University) | John Cayley (Brown University) | Søren Bro Pold (Aarhus University) | Manuel Portela (University of Coimbra) | Will Luers | Alan Bigelow (Medaille College) | Christy Sheffield Sanford (Ms.) | Erik Loyer | Mehitabel Glenhaber (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) | Caitlin Fisher (York University) | Piotr Marecki (Jagiellonian University) | Stuart Moulthrop (U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee) | Judy Malloy (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) | Patsy Baudoin | Istvan Chung | Harriet Fisher | Stella Fisher | Sarah Van Dierdonck
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Vocable Code 3 days 20 hours Mon 13, 6:00 PM  -  Fri 17, 2:00 PM   Part of: Exhibition Attention à la marche! / Mind the Gap!
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