Reva Stone : Our Bodies and the Technologies That Are Altering How We Interact With the World

My work explores our constantly changing technologies, and how they alter how we interact with the world.

I have worked with video, net.art, interactive installations, responsive 3D environments and robotics. The medium I choose always relates to my concept.

In this presentation, I will talk about the role video has played in my practice.

Reva Stone’s work is concerned with an examination of the mediation between our bodies and the technologies that are altering how we interact with the world. She engages with a variety of forms of digital technologies to initiate discourses about how biotechnological and robotic practices are impacting upon the very nature of being human. In her current work, Stone is investigating the ideologies driving the development of unmanned aerial vehicles. She has received many awards, including the 2017 Distinguished Alumnae Award from the University of Manitoba, the 2015 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts and an honourable mention from Life 5.0, Art & Artificial Life International Competition, Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, Spain. She has exhibited widely in Canada, the US and Europe, has presented at symposia and published in journals such as Second Nature: the International Journal of Creative Media.

 

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