pekka ala-siuru
Since 2008
Works in Oulu Finland

BIO
I started my technology based art career in the CHI 2000 conference in The Hague, Netherlands by presenting the paper "Disappearing User Interface : Electronic Arts and Ubiquitous Computing", where I proposed the - electronic art at home - idea. During the scholarship (SFSU 2001) I made the first experiments and one prototype for the Neon Digipainting artwork.
The sensor-based artwork “NeonAlbers”, which was exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art Trento/Rovereto, Italy (2006) is also based on the work done during the scholarship year in SFSU.
Masters thesis on UbiArt (Ubiquitous computing and Interactive Art).