Bill Seaman

Professor of Art, Art History and Visual Studies

-- Duke University
HWL Affiliation: Undergraduate Research

An internationally known media artist, scholar, and media researcher, Bill Seaman has had over thirty major installation works and commissions around the world, a dozen solo exhibitions, and numerous performance collaborations, video screenings, as well as articles/essays/reviews in books and catalogues. His work often explores an expanded media-oriented poetics he calls “Recombinant Poetics”. He employs technological installation, virtual reality, non-linear video, and other computer-based media for this body of work. He also explores photography, linear video and studio based audio compositions. Seaman is currently a professor in Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University where he is exploring Recombinant Poetics and Neosentience Research. 

Projects

Undergraduate Research
2014-2016