Computational Media, Arts & Cultures
Rebecca Uliasz conducts research in perception in time-based media, which inspires an artistic practice that incorporates new forms of physical experience mediated by telecommunications systems. Drawing parallels between analogue and computational sensing, her work negotiates the ways that shifts in perceptive reality can yield to new ways of experiencing time and space. Uliasz is currently a first year PhD candidate in Computational Media, Arts and Cultures. She holds an MFA from SUNY Stony Brook University, where she focused on multi-media installation and performance with video transmission, and a BFA from the University of Connecticut.