This site contains some visual information about my doctoral thesis research, expected dissertation defense, summer/fall 2018.
This PhD in Practice Based Research is from Kunstuniversität Linz in Austria.
The full working title of the thesis is Random Access Memory; Identity and Symbolism Through Electronic Sculptural Investigations.
We are taking an interdisciplinary approach to fine art making, combining elements of electrical engineering, software coding, and traditional fine art sculptural object making.
The collaborative team and contributors:
Jesse Gonzalez, University of Maryland, USA
Hector Pinedo, Universidad Monteávila, Venezuela
Greg Propf, Portland State University, USA
David Bidle, Western Governor’s University, USA
Jim Bober, M.I.T., USA
Joseph Corleto, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Keyshaun Ward, Liberty University, USA
Nargis Dhirani, American University in Dubai, UAE
Henner Zeller, Google, USA
Haseeb Shafqat, National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan
Clarence Alucho, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya
Sarah Lahti, Zayed University, UAE
The thesis supervisors:
Dr. Thomas Macho, Vienna, Austria
Dr. Timothy Boykett, Linz, Austria