Christian Parsons

Member Since June 16, 2006

Artist and Designer. He studied in the Architecture, Design and Urbanism Faculty, University of Buenos Aires. His activity is oriented to interaction design and new media arts.
His works are based on a multidisciplinary intercourse that link interactive media, art and design. His production go through different media like interactive installation, stage design, sound art, urban intervention, and net art.

His artistic work researches the connections between computational image, sound and space; it revolves around the reflections on the audiovisual as matter that occupies and constructs space and his forms of inhabit related to human beings.
He also works for the gaming industry as a programmer and designer.

He received the following awards, fellowships and subsidies:
Macstation Digital Paradigm Award; Subsidy for Artistic Creation of Antorchas Foundation; Artistic Creation fellowship of the National Arts Fund, Argentina; Dance Subsidy of South-Theatre Foundation (Arts International and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation); Artist in residence in cheLA (Hypermedia Experimental Center of Latin America) with the support of the Program on Digital Cultures, Latin American Center, University of California (UCLA); Telefónica Foundation scholarship for the Interactive Art Workshop 2005.

His works have been exhibited in the following places:
Videobrasil Electronic Art International Festival, Sao Paulo (14º and 15º editions); Biennale dell Immagine (Chiasso, Switzerland); L’Antic Teatre (Barcelona, Spain); IX Architecture International Biennial of Buenos Aires exhibition (National Museum of Fine Arts of BA); 7º Video and New Media Biennial of Santiago de Chile (Contemporary Art Museum of Santiago); Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires (Art and new Technology Contest); TecnoScene 05 Festival (Buenos Aires); 1º Electronic Art Festival INCUBA (Rio Gallegos, Argentine); 404 International Festival of Electronic Art (Rosario City, Argentine); Experimental Scenic Center at Borges Cultural Center (Buenos Aires); Metropolitan Museum of Buenos Aires.