Collaborator members

Researchers collaborating with regular Hexagram members

Collaborators are professors, researchers, creators, and professionals from the university community, practice environments, and cultural and industrial organizations from Quebec and from international organizations and institutions. They share their expertise, and work directly and in a sustained manner with at least one Hexagram co-investigator. They must, for example, co-direct a student member’s research project, have co-signed a research grant or major funding application, publish joint research or creation results, jointly organize a major activity, regularly participate in Research-Creation programming, etc.

Collaborator membership is granted by the Hexagram Co-Directors when an active collaboration with a Network co-investigator is demonstrated. Individual collaborator membership proposals must be recommended by at least one co-investigator by completing the membership proposal form. Applicants must provide the information requested by the Network coordinators and, if needed, complete any administrative requirements from the FRQSC. Their scientific outcomes are not evaluated, but they must maintain an active and proven link with co-investigators or with the Network. The Network Co-directors may reassess the status of the collaborator at the middle and/or the end of the funding cycle. To update a collaborator member’s profile, please fill this form.

  • LOCAL COLLABORATORS

    Thierry Beaupré-Gateau | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Thierry Beaupré-Gateau is a professor in the Department of Management at the School of Management Sciences of UQAM. His work focuses on creativity and the imaginary of management. His approach is rooted in the arts and reflects alternative organizational practices. His previous studies in art history, literature and music, as well as his professional artistic practice in music, contribute to his intimate knowledge of research and creative environments.


    Dany Beaupré | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Biographie à venir.


    Joanna Berzowska | Université Concordia

    Joanna Berzowska is the founder and research director of XS Labs, a design research studio with a focus on innovation in the fields of electronic textiles and reactive garments that can enable computationally-mediated interactions with the environment and the individual. A core component of her research involves the development of enabling methods, materials, and technologies – in the form of soft electronic circuits and composite fibers – as well as the exploration of the expressive potential of soft reactive structures


    Johanna Bienaise | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Biographie à venir.


    Nicole de Brabandere | Université McGill

    Nicole De Brabandere (PhD) is a visiting researcher at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, working at the intersection of research-creation, experimental media practice and corporeality. Current research develops material practices alongside artifacts of computer vision that lend new insight into the generative animacies of A.I., including its affective and aesthetic effects. De Brabandere is the editor of Media, Practice and Theory: tracking emergent thresholds of experience, a volume with contributions spanning topics such as machine-learning, VR, film studies, critical sensory experimentation and performative archiving, forthcoming in summer 2022, Vernon Press.

     


    Stéphane Claude | Oboro

    Stéphane Claude is an electronic_acoustic composer and sound engineer. His research is based on integrating a conceptual and physiological framework of audio recording and sound installation for different diffusion contexts in the electronic arts. His interests gravitate around the communication of a formal aesthetic, of a transductive experience of the electronic medium, an exploration of digital signal processing, the parameters of acoustic and sound in spaces. His work has been published by ATAK(JP), LINE, DRAGON’S EYE RECORDINGS (US), ORAL (CA), among others.


    Jean Décarie | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Biographie à venir.


    Manon De Pauw | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Manon De Pauw is a professor at UQAM’s School of Visual and Media Arts and co-founder of Labo lumière [créations + recherches interdisciplinaires], an interdisciplinary research group on light. The manifest presence of the body in the work, the link between micro and macro and light as a source of affect are at the heart of her research-creation. Her photographic and video work, installations and public artworks are regularly exhibited at home and abroad. She has developed a singular approach to the performed image through numerous collaborations in the performing arts, literature and music, some of which have toured internationally.

     


    Hélène Duval | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Hélène Duval (PhD in Education, MA in Dance) is an associate professor in the Department of Dance at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and a researcher at CRIFPE. Her research focuses on pedagogical practices in dance, on the arts as a means of academic and social inclusion, and on choreographic creation in plural contexts. She collaborates with David St-Onge, [co-researcher Hexagram member, ÉTS], with a puppet artist, dance movement artists, sound artist and a movement analyst, on a research-creation project (Prisme-art from FRQ) about humans and robots in interaction, crossing the notions of choreographic writing, intelligence of robotic swarms, expressivity, and recycled materials.


    Manuelle Freire | Concordia University

    Manuelle Freire is an experienced research and creation program manager and producer in the Cultural and Creative Industries and Academia. She is particularly interested in the disciplines of digital arts, new media, design, higher education and research. From 2020 to 2023, Manuelle coordinated the Hexagram network.


    Simon-Pierre Gourd | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Compositeur et Professeur en création sonore et média expérimental à l’École des médias de l’UQAM. Membre fondateur de l’Institut Universitaire des Nouveaux Médias qui deviendra par la suite l’Institut de Recherche et Créationen Arts et Technologies Médiatiques Hexagram. Membre fondateur du GRMS (Groupe de Recherche-création en Médiatisation du Son) et du Labo DEII (Laboratoire de Développement en Environnements Immersifs et Interactifs). Recherches et Intérêts : Création média et médias interactifs; Musique expérimentale et problématiques des nouvelles technologies; esthétique musicale et réception du langage sonore; Perception et phénomènes de représentation qui émergent des nouvelles pratiques actuelles, particulièrement en environnements immersifs.


    Lynn Hughes | Professor Emerita – Studio Arts, Concordia University

    Lynn Hughes is an artist and a researcher at Concordia University where she held the Chair of Interaction Design and Games Innovation from 2004 to 2018. In 2001 she was instrumental in the founding and financing of the Hexagram Institute for Media Art and Technology (now the Hexagram Network for Research Creation in Arts, Cultures and Technologies) In 2008 she founded, with Bart Simon, the Technoculture, Art and Games (TAG) Research Centre and, in 2015, the Milieux Institute for Art, Culture and Technology at Concordia University (with Simon and Christopher Salter). Her own production focuses on the collaborative design of hybrid physical/digital experiences – currently in the area between digital games, participatory theatre and larping. She also curates exhibitions of experimental games and has written a French manual on AI and its creative use, for high schools.


    Shauna Janssen | Université Concordia

    Shauna Janssen is an interdisciplinary artist-researcher, curator, performance designer, and educator. Her teaching, research, and creative practice are consistent with performative, site-specific, intersectional, interdisciplinary, intermedial, and collaborative approaches to art making. She is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Theatre at Concordia University. Creative Director of PULSE and Studio Director of Immersive Storytelling, housed at the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology.  Between 2018 and 2023, Janssen has been appointed as Concordia University Research Chair in Performative Urbanism.


    Martin L’Abbé | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Formé en arts visuels, il s’intéresse à la production télévisuelle, la transposition du théâtre à la télévision et à la vidéo, la captation et l’archivage des arts de la scène. Il oeuvre dans les milieux des arts visuels, du théâtre, de la vidéo et de la télévision depuis plus de 35 ans. Il a réalisé des intégrations vidéo/théâtre et a travaillé à la création de plusieurs installations vidéo. Outre ses productions personnelles, il a produit de nombreuses émissions de télévision. Il a à son actif une centaine de captations en théâtre, danse et musique.


    Anick La Bissonnière | Université du Québec à Montréal

    After studying architecture in Montreal and Lausanne, Anick La Bissonnière first practiced her craft with Agence Odile Decq in Paris, then collaborated on some fifty performance hall projects for Trizart in Montreal. Alongside her architectural practice, she quickly built up considerable expertise in scenography for theater, museums and urban events. Particularly since 1999, she has developed a privileged creative relationship with director Brigitte Haentjens, with whom she has signed more than twenty productions, acclaimed by audiences and critics alike. She has worked mainly in theater, but also in variety, television, dance, circus and opera. Presented as one of the world’s elite at the Prague Quadrennial, she has been a finalist several times for the prestigious Siminovitch Prize, which she won in 2015. In recent years, she has taught set design at the École Supérieure de Théâtre de l’Université du Québec à Montréal.


    Caroline Laurin-Beaucage | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Caroline Laurin-Beaucage joined the UQAM Dance Department in 2020, where she contributes to the development of the field of dance and new technologies. A choreographer, performer and teacher with 25 years of experience, her repertoire includes installations, in-situ performances, projections and virtual reality film. Her master’s thesis, “Choreographing Collaboration: A Multilayered Approach to Somatic and Site-Oriented Practices, analyzes how somatics can permeate creative practices that involve the representation of the body in both physical and mediated space.


    Benoit Melançon | UQAC-NAD

    A former film technician, Benoit worked in post-production as a 3D animator and set supervisor. After several years spent in the field of videogames and visual effects, he joined the École NAD team in 2002. In 2006, he published Réaliser un film en animation 3D (Éditions Les 400 Coups), one of the first books written in French focusing on CGI cinematography. A specialist in digital previsualization, he completed a doctorate in film studies in 2020 at the Université de Montreal.


    Armando Menicacci

    After studies in dance and piano I obtained a degree in Music History and a PhD in dance and computer science. I’ve been teaching and doing research for ten years in Paris 8 University and five in Ecole Media Art in France. I create interactive installations, choreographic and theatrical works with several artists. I was associated artist in the National Theater “Le Manège” in Reims (France) between 2011 and 2014. Between 2015 and 2019 I have been a professor at Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada. My research is on gestural interaction design, dance and new media, visual arts, contemporary, interactivity, robotics and aesthetics.


    Claudiane Ouellet-Plamondon | École de technologie supérieure

    Claudiane Ouellet-Plamondon is a professor in the Department of Construction Engineering at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). She holds the Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Multifunctional Materials for the Circular Economy and Ecological Transition. She studied engineering at Dalhousie University, holds a master’s degree in biological sciences from the University of Montreal, a Ph.D. in geoenvironmental engineering from the University of Cambridge, and was a postdoctoral fellow at ETH Zurich. At ETH, she conducts research and teaches construction materials and technology management. Her current projects include functional materials, 3D printing of mortars, biobased materials, aerogels, wood and earth construction, scientific evaluation of industrial residues valorization in cement additives and other value-added materials, sustainable materials for greenhouses in a circular economy perspective, construction robotization, the environmental impact of materials, buildings, and cities.


    Anne-Marie Ouellet | Ottawa University

    Anne-Marie Ouellet was born in Alma, Lac-Saint-Jean. She is a theater professor at the University of Ottawa. In her research-creation, she seeks new modes of relationships between text, sound and bodies on stage. With Nancy Bussières and Thomas Sinou, she co-directs L’eau du bain, an organization that moves to create, getting out the theater to meet new landscapes and new characters. In recent years, they have presented White Out and The Children’s Room (FTA, CNA, Carrefour), an ambitious theatrical diptych as well as Solarium (Mois Multi, Big Bang, from Ottawa, Lille, Rouen and Antwerp), a botanical sound installation and Le Musée de la famille, a performative labarotary (Zones théâtrales, Maison théâtre).


    Alain Paiement | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Alain Paiement lives and works in Montreal. He studied at UQAM, ENSAV in Brussels, and University of Paris 1. Between 1989 and 2020, he has been teaching in four universities in Quebec and Ontario. His artistic practice has evolved between painting, installation, photography and video, with a continuing interest in geography and cartographic processes. The themes covered are environmental, socio-cultural and sometimes explicitly political. Common definition of the subjects is subverted throughout deconstruction-reconstruction processes often creating improbable views. His work has been featured in numerous national and international exhibitions since the 1980s. He produced several works integrated into public architecture. He is currently working on a new metro station in Montreal.


    Linda Paquette | Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

    Linda Paquette, Ph.D., is a psychologist and a professor of social and community psychology in the Department of Health-Sciences at Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC), as well as a regular researcher in the Centre Intersectoriel en Santé Durable de l’UQAC (CISD). She is interested in the integration of art and psychophysiology (biofeedback) as a way to facilitate and explore human interactions and emotions.


    James Partaik | Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

    Artist and Professor of Digital Arts, James Partaik’s artistic interests revolve around the idea of techNOMADISM: the creation of hybrid environments that integrate a range of mobile and real-time technologies, using architectural space, the body, sound and image, and sensor and electronic-based technologies.


    Diane Poitras | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Biographie à venir.


    Denis Poulin | Collège Montmorency

    Denis Poulin was a dancer and choreographer before becoming a teacher of the art of dance at Collège Montmorency in Laval, where he founded the dance programs and Department of Dance in 1985, as well as a program of 3D animation based on human movement in 2007. He has been an associate professor in the Department of Dance since 2006. Fascinated by the art of dance on screen, Poulin has directed many films and videos intended to be shown on their own or as part of his choreographies for the stage or Martine Époque’s multimedia works.


    Nelly-Ève Rajotte | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Nelly-Ève Rajotte is a professor at UQAM’s École de Design, where she directs the Moving Image and Sound Design axis. A visual and media artist, her hybrid practice focuses on the moving image, sound and immersion – through performance and installation.
    She has been a visiting professor at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, in Montreal. Her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions in Canada and abroad, including at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, MUTEK and ISEA2020.


    Margot Ricard | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Biographie à venir.


    Kimberly Sawchuk | Université Concordia

    Dr. Kim Sawchuk is a Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, holds the Concordia University Research Chair in Mobile Media Studies, and is the Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies for the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia University.


    Cheryl Sim | Fondation Phi

    Dr. Cheryl Sim is the Managing Director and Curator at PHI Fondation for Contemporary Art. Recent exhibitions include GROWING FREEDOM by Yoko Ono and the group show RELATIONS: Diaspora and Painting. Sim is also a media artist whose practice incorporates her background in media studies and research on post-colonial strategies in contemporary art practice.


    Skawennati | Université Concordia, Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace

    Skawennati Tricia Fragnito is the Network Coordinator and Community Liaison for Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace (AbTeC). She is also Artist-at-Large with Urban Shaman gallery, as well as an independent curator, and occaisional writer. Though she has battled and vanquished past addictions to Tetris and SSX Snowboarding, she considers herself new to the gaming world.


    Alexandre St-Onge | Université Laval

    Alexandre St-Onge is an intermedia artist and a sonic performer exploring the mutation of the performative body through its sonic, textual and visual mediations. Philosophiae doctor (PhD) in art (UQAM, 2015) and assistant professor at l’École d’art of Laval University, he is fascinated by creativity as a pragmatic approach to the ungraspable and he has published over twenty works and he presented his work nationally and internationally. He founded éditions|squint|press with Christof Migone and he worked with collectives and artists such as : Marie Brassard, Simon Brown, Karine Denault, K.A.N.T.N.A.G.A.N.O., Lynda Gaudreau, Klaxon Gueule, kondition pluriel, Suzanne Leblanc, mineminemine, Line Nault, Jocelyn Robert, Second Regard, Shalabi Effect, undo et Unzip Violence amongst others.


    Leila Sujir | Université Concordia

    Leila Sujir is an artist, associate professor (Intermedia in the Studio Arts Department, Faculty of Fine Arts) and Chair of the Studio Arts Department, Concordia University. Her recent practice combines high definition video with stereoscopic technologies of image recording and projection. The monumental scale of her video projections and the “elastic depth” of the 3D images renders her work immersive, integrating the spectators’ corporal movements into its reception. Over the last thirty years, she has been building a body of video/video installation artworks exploring immigration, migration, nation and culture. Sujir’s works have been shown at the Museum of Modern Art in NY and the Tate Gallery in England and are in collections including the National Gallery of Canada and the Glenbow Museum.


    Alain Thibault | Elektra/Biennale internationale d’art numérique (ACREQ)

    Alain Thibault is a composer, sound designer and electronic music artist. His works has been presented in several contexts, contemporary music and digital arts festivals, in Canada, Europe (Chatelet Theater and Radio- France in Paris, etc.) and Asia (Yamaguchi YCAM Japan, South-Korea, Taïwan, etc.). With media artist Yan Breuleux, he formed the duo PurForm. They are presently touring their new AV performance, abcd_light, in Europe and Asia. With American artist Matthew Biederman, he created the duo RAY_XXXX, whose PULSE performance was presented in Italy, France and Brazil. Thibault is presently artistic director of Elektra, an international digital arts festival, presented every year in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.


    Julie Trudel | Université du Québec à Montréal

    Julie Trudel is a visual artist who subscribes to an extended definition of painting and whose practice is part of a reflexive and conceptual painting approach. She seeks to update traditional concerns of abstract painting through a renewal of its technical means—in terms of the medium, support and spatial layout. Her most recent plexiglas works are an exploration of the effects of ambient light on colour. Her works have been exhibited throughout Canada, in Europe and the United States, and have also been included in two major survey shows of contemporary Canadian painting. She is represented by Galerie Hugues Charbonneau (Montréal). As a painting professor at Université du Québec à Montréal, she co-founded a research group focusing on light, the Labo lumière [créations + recherches interdisciplinaires].

  • INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATORS

    Caroline Bernard | École nationale supérieure de la photographie, France

    Caroline Bernard est une ancienne collaboratrice scientifique de la Haute École d’art et de design (HEAD) de Genève (CH). Depuis 2007, elle enseigne à l’École supérieure d’arts appliqués (CEPV) de Vevey (CH). Elle est professeure à l’École nationale supérieure de la photographie d’Arles depuis 2015. Elle est également professeure associée de l’école des arts visuels et médiatiques (EAVM) au sein de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM, CA). Elle est docteure de l’université de Paris 8 en Esthétique, Sciences et Technologies des Arts, spécialité Arts plastiques et photographie. Basée entre la France et la Suisse, elle forme avec Damien Guichard forment le collectif Lili range le chat depuis plus de 10 ans.


    Samuel Bianchini | École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France

    Samuel Bianchini est artiste et enseignant-chercheur à l’École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Paris où il dirige le groupe de recherche Reflective Interaction (EnsadLab). Ses œuvres sont régulièrement exposées en France et à l’étranger : Art Basel, Institut français de Tokyo, Stuk Art Center (Leuven), Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), Jeu de Paume (Paris), Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM) à Karlsruhe, etc.


    Marie-Pier Boucher | Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology + iSchool / University of Toronto, Canada

    Marie-Pier Boucher travaille sur l’exploration artistique des sciences et technologies, avec un focus spécifique sur le design d’environnements construits pour soutenir la vie dans des environnements extrêmes. Elle est co-éditrice de Being Material (MIT Press, 2019), Heteropolis (2013) et Adaptive Actions Madrid (2010). Boucher est responsable du groupe de recherche Space Media au Centre McLuhan. Elle a exposé collectivement au Centre George Pompidou (2020), au Tokyo Wonder Site (2014), à la Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen (2010) et à la Biennale de Madrid (2010). Ses résidences de recherche incluent: NASA, Johnson Space Center, 2014; Banff Centre 2011; l’Institut Max Planck pour l’histoire des sciences (2010) et SymbioticA: Centre d’excellence en arts biologiques (2006). Elle est actuellement Professeure adjointe à l’Institut de communication, culture, information et technologie (ICCIT) et à la Faculté d’information de l’Université de Toronto.


    Oron Catts | Symbiotica, University of Western Australia, Australia

    Oron Catts is an artist, researcher and curator whose pioneering work with the Tissue Culture and Art Project which he established in 1996 is considered a leading biological art project. In 2000 he co-founded SymbioticA, an artistic research centre housed within the School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology, The University of Western Australia.


    Michel Collet | Institut Supérieur des Beaux-Arts, Art et Sciences Humaines, Besançon/Franche-Comté, France

    DEA à Paris XIII, chargé de cours à l’Université de Franche-Comté en épistémologie et en art contemporain. Activités de critique et théoricien, membre du comité de rédaction du magazine d’art actuel Inter (Canada) et du Centre d’art mobile.


    Nina Czegledy | Ontario College of Art and Design University / University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

    Nina Czegledy, independent artist, curator and researcher with academic affiliations is based in Toronto. Czegledy collaborates internationally on art& science& technology projects. The paradigm shifts in the arts in a cross-cultural context, interdisciplinary education and practice inform her collaborations. Most recent: Agents for Change/ Facing the Anthropocene (2020) featuring 10 women media artists, The Museum, Canada; Who’s you? (2019) I.Clothier solo show JD Reid Gallery, New Zealand; Leonardo 50th, CyberArts ARS Electronica, Austria (2018). Upcoming: Sensoria, The art and science of the senses, Contemporary Art Centre Laznia (2021) Poland, A light footprint in the Cosmos (2022), Vancouver, Canada. Czegledy participated and led international forums, workshops, and festivals. On behalf of Leonardo/ISAST she initiated and co-presented 27 Leonardo 50th Celebrations in 24 countries (2017 – 2018). She published widely in books and journals. Adjunct Professor, Ontario College of Art and Design University; Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Research Collaborator, Hexagram International Network, Montreal; Member of the Governing Board Leonardo/ISAST; Researcher, Noea, Italy, Chair, Intercreate org New Zealand


    Felipe Cesar Londono | Universidad de Caldas, Colombie

    Il est directeur du doctorat en design et création à l’Université de Caldas, en Colombie, et directeur du Festival international de l’image, un événement qui intègre l’art, le design, la science et la technologie qui se tient depuis 1997.
    Il est le coordinateur du Media Lab – Laboratoire des environnements virtuels, un centre de recherche créé avec le soutien de plusieurs institutions au niveau international, et directeur de l’Incubateur d’entreprises culturelles, un programme qui encourage la génération d’industries créatives en Colombie.


    Maurizio Martinucci | Amsterdam

    Maurizio Martinucci (aka TeZ) is an Italian interdisciplinary artist and independent researcher, living and working in Amsterdam. He uses technology as a means to explore perceptual effects and the relationship between sound, light and space. He focuses primarily on generative compositions with spatialized sound for live performances and installations. In his works he adopts custom developed software and hardware, featuring original techniques of sonification and visualization to investigate and magnify subtle vibrational phenomena.


    Christopher Salter | Immersive Arts Space (ZHdK)

    Chris Salter is an artist, Professor of Immersive Arts and Director of the Immersive Arts Space at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). He is also Professor Emeritus, Design and Computation Arts at Concordia University. He studied philosophy, economics, theatre and computer music at Emory and Stanford Universities. His artistic work has been seen all over the world at such venues as the Venice Architecture Biennale, Barbican Centre, Berliner Festspiele, Wiener Festwochen, ZKM, Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal, EXIT Festival and Place des Arts-Montreal, among many others. He is the author of Entangled: Technology and the Transformation of Performance (2010), Alien Agency: Experimental Encounters with Art in the Making (2015), and Sensing Machines (2002), all published by MIT Press. Chris Salter was co-Director of the Hexagram Network from 2012 until August 2022.


    Rodrigo Jorge Sigal | Centro Mexicano pra la musica y las Artes Sonoras (CMMAS), Mexique

    He’s a composer and cultural manager interested in working with new technologies especially in the electroacoustic music field. Since 2006, Sigal has been the director of the Mexican Centre for Music and Sonic Arts (www.cmmas.org) where he coordinates numerous initiatives of creation, education, research and cultural management in relation to sound and music.


    Christa Sommerer | Kunstunivesität Linz, Autriche

    Christa Sommerer studied Biology and Botany (1982-85), followed by Art Education and Art Study in Modern Sculpture (1985-90) in Vienna, Austria. She concluded her post graduate study at the Staedelschule Institut for New Media, Frankfurt (1993-94). Subsequently, Christa Sommerer was an artist-in-resident at the NCSA National Center for Supercomputing Application, Beckman Institute (US) and at the InterCommunication Center ICC-NTT (JP).


    Ionat Zurr | Symbiotica, University of Western Australia, Australia

    An award winning artist and researcher, Zurr formed, together with Oron Catts, the Tissue Culture and Art Project. She has been an artist in residence in the School of Anatomy and Human Biology since 1996 and was central to the establishment of SymbioticA in 2000. Zurr, who received her PhD titled “Growing Semi-Living Art” from the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, is a core researcher and academic co-ordinator at SymbioticA

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