Speaker rules & guidelines happened on 19 September 2011
<a href="http://www.zoieso.org/" target="blank">Zoie So</a> is currently a teaching fellow at the Visual Studies Department, Lingnan University, where she teaches digital imaging, electronic art and video art. So’s work explores the materiality and opacity of human-machine interfaces. So constructs intimate, playful and intellectually challenging spaces, using methods such as appropriation, encoding and programming, and a diverse range of media. So's works approach new technologies from a humanist point of view, exploring their creative potentials. Zoie will share her experience on developing the “Radiance” art project and thus provide an alternative perspective to unpack the technological black box
Zoie So is currently a teaching fellow at the Visual Studies Department, Lingnan University, where she teaches digital imaging, electronic art and video art. So’s work explores the materiality and opacity of human-machine interfaces. So constructs intimate, playful and intellectually challenging spaces, using methods such as appropriation, encoding and programming, and a diverse range of media. So's works approach new technologies from a humanist point of view, exploring their creative potentials. Zoie will share her experience on developing the “Radiance” art project and thus provide an alternative perspective to unpack the technological black box.