Ken Rinaldo

Ken Rinaldo

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Artist and professor in robotics and multimedia. Art & Technology Department of Art. The Ohio State University. Theorist and author who has created interactive multimedia installations on the fuzzy border between the organic and inorganic. He studied Computer Science at the University of Canada and has a degree in Communications from the University of California. He completed a Master of Information Arts / Conceptual Design at San Francisco State University. Currently, he is director of the Arts and Technology program at The Ohio State University. He carries out interdisciplinary work in his robotic installations that seek the articulation and synthesis of natural and technological culture.

Winner of international awards such as the Ars Electrónica Award of Distinction, Linz, Austria, 2004 and the First Prize Vida 3.0, Madrid, 2000. His works have been exhibited in various museums and are part of the permanent collections of The Kiasma Museum in Helsinki; Lille04 Arts Festival, France; Itau Museum, Brazil; Electronic Arts Biennale, Australia; The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art; The Home Show in Seoul, Korea; V2 Dutch Electronica Arts Finland from Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Image du Future of Montreal, Canada and The Exploratorium of San Francisco.

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