ICAM Lecture Series: Steve Durie, Thursday May 25th, 6PM, ucsd

Please join us for a presentation by Steve Durie (bio below) who will be
our guest for the ICAM Lecture series on May 25th at 6PM, CENTER 115, UCSD.

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Steve Durie is an artist, teacher, digital media producer and designer.
He has worked on numerous individual and collaborative projects
involving digital media, installation, music and performance. These
works have been installed in traditional gallery/museum environments,
the public art sector as well as corporate venues.

Steve currently is a lecturer at San Jose State's Cadre Laboratory for
New Media. He teaches a variety of classes in the Digital Media Art
program where the curriculum focuses on the development of the studio
art practice informed by the discourse in information technology and

Mr. Durie is also one of the founding members of C5 Corporation, an
art/business hybrid which investigates theory as product and the
corporate organization as research and collaboration model.

In addition, Steve's own work include digital media software,
performance, installation, interface & information design. Upcoming
projects include a social networking music installation/performance for
this Summer's ISEA 2006 in San Jose.

He has also worked as a consultant and collaborator with public artists
like Mel Chin, Ann Chamberlain, and Buster Simpson. His participation in
work includes: the Martin Luther King Library in San Jose and the
California Superior Court House in San Francisco.

As a producer and consultant Mr. Durie has worked on web and mobile
software applications, kiosk and exhibition design, industrial video,
educational game software & courseware. Clients have included: Visa,
Yahoo, GlobalStar, Apple, Broderbund, Design Reactor, & Sumawah.

Steve Durie earned his MFA in Digital Media Art from the CADRE Institute
in 1994.

Current interests are: platforms as art, tools and embodiment,
information/perception theories, social networks, and metrics culture.

Brett Stalbaum, Lecturer, PSOE
Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts Major (ICAM)
Department of Visual Arts
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