Performance, Art, and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems

 

Performance, Art, and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems (PACIS) research explores how technology can help us create deeper connections with the world around us, each other, and ourselves by combining the latest advances in bioinformatic sensing technology with physiological awareness techniques.

 

This research challenges notions of disembodiment and technology by engaging somatic awareness practice and computational media to explore questions of human and machine integration through technology-based artworks that critique our techno-scientific world. 

Performance, Art, and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems (PACIS) research is lead by an interdisciplinary team that have backgrounds in performance, computational media art, and bioengineering: Erika Batdorf, Kate Digby, Mark-David Hosale, and Alan Macy.        

 

PACIS Research Statement

© 2019 by Kate Digby       info@katedigby.art

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