Amber Frid-Jimenenz Amber Frid-Jimenez is an artist and designer whose work explores the role of technology in contemporary society. She is Canada Research Chair and Associate Professor at Emily Carr University of Art & Design. She has presented her work internationally and has been featured in the New York Times, the Huffington Post and the CBC. Frid-Jimenez has won numerous awards and has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the Bergen National Academy of Art & Design. She holds a Masters from the M.I.T. Media Lab and has a background in visual art and philosophy.
  • Studio for Extensive Aesthetics: An Artistic Research Lab at Emily Carr This paper describes the research and theoretical orientation of the Studio for Extensive Aesthetics (SEA), which produces projects and artistic research on the aesthetic implications of technological innovation. Particularly, the studio investigates the aesthetics of the growing archive of cultural data and information produced by global networked infrastructures. The work is transdisciplinary in nature, operating […] No responses April 12, 2015