Indiana University School of Fine Arts
Project: "Reordering virtual reality: codifying real time experience"
Margaret Dolinsky is an Associate Professor and Research Scientist at the H.R. Hope School of Fine Arts at Indiana University Bloomington. She creates interactive art for high-speed networks and collaborative art experiences for the CAVE Automated Virtual Environment. Her recent work involves digital projections for opera and experimental cinema. Her research focuses on how art aesthetics provokes shifts in perception and enhances sensory awareness.
Dolinsky is a researcher with the Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Integrative Arts at the University of Plymouth, U.K. She co-chairs the IS&T/SPIE Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality conference. Exhibitions include SIGGRAPH, Ars Electronica, ICC, and the Walker Art Center USA. Her work is published in Leonardo, Discover, Computer Graphics World, US News and World Report and ACM's Computer Graphics. Lectures include Tsinghua University (China), Ciber@rts Bilboa (Spain), Sensorial Net (Brazil), BEAP (Australia), and ISEA (France). She received an MFA in Electronic Visualization from University of Illinois at Chicago.