CLARISSA RIBEIRO

Clarissa Ribeiro, Ph.D. in Arts (ECA USP – University of Sao Paulo, Brazil/Planetary Collegium, University of Plymouth, UK), Former Fulbright Post-Doctoral Scholar in Arts (UCLA, Art|Sci Center and Lab/James Gimzewski Lab, Los Angeles), M.Arch. (IAU USP - University of Sao Paulo), B.Arch, member of the UCLA Art|Sci Collective, chair of the first Leonardo/ISAST LASER talks to be hosted in Brazil/Latin America (2017-present), directs the CrossLab research group and art collective and the LIP –  Lab for Innovation and Prototyping at the University of Fortaleza. As an independent artist, working in collaboration with artists, scientists, research groups and art collectives in her home country and abroad, she has been producing and exhibiting internationally experimental interactive installations exploring cross-scale informational and communicational dynamics. In a broader spectrum, her artistic and research interests converge in the exploration of consciousness and the self, creativity, and affection as emergences from local and nonlocal communication phenomena in macro, micro, molecular and subatomic scales.
 
 

Professor
University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR)
Fortaleza, Brazil
Focus area: 3D, Sound, Music, Net Art, Web Art, Digital, Art History, Theory, Philosophy, Architecture, Urban Planning, Built Environment, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Biology, Bio Art, Bio Engineering, Body, Anatomy, Self, Computer Science, Code, Data, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, STEAM, Pedagogy, Education, Fabrication, Maker Art, Holography, Generative Practices, Generative Art, Chemistry, Textiles, Materials, Wearables, Electronics, Connected self, Systems, Telepresence