P.h.D Diana Domingues
University of Brasilia-Brazil. Senior Researcher of CAPES, CNPq - Level 1B, Founder and Director of LART- Research Laboratory of Art and TechnoScience, collaborative teacher in Pos-Graduate Program in Art (PPG-Art), Senior professor in Biomedical Engineering Prog
Senior Researcher CNPq - Level 1B,PPG-Arte/UnB, coordinator of LART- Research Laboratory of Art and Techoscience, colaborative theacher in PPG/ART/ UnB.Post-doctorate by ATI - Art & Technologies de l'Image, Université Paris VIII and PhD in Communication and Semiotics from PUC / SP. State representative in the Brazil's LEF, Leonardo Education Forum, MIT, Consultant SciELO, Paper Reviewer of the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, Ontario, Canada. Member scientific committees and editorial as ISEA, Refresh! Re-place, Re-live, Digital Creativity, DigiArts UNESCO Advisory Board ABCiber. A pioneer and active
artist and thinker on creative practices in the size artistic, anthropological and aesthetic relationship between art, science and technology, develop research expansion of sensory and perceptual devices interaction, evolutionary behavior, immersion in reality virtual, augmented reality and mixed technologies mobility, social platforms in software art. Between
books authored published individual or organized reference titles such as: Art and life in the XXI Century: Technology, Science and Creativity, EDUnesp, 2003; Creation and Interactivity in Cyberart, Experiment, 2002; Art in the XXI Century: The Humanization of Technologies, Edunesp, 1997. Texts published in Canada, France, Mexico, Italy, China, Japan, the United States, journals such as Leonardo Journals and Digital Creativity, Books by Publishers Harmattan, UQAM Presses, Presses Laval, and other publishers in Mexico, Spain, Canada, some 90 articles and papers on cutting-edge events. Artist with over 50 solo exhibitions and 130 the collective. France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, USA, Greece, Cuba, China, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Colombia. Awards: The 2000 UNESCO PRIZE-7h Havana Biennial; The First Global Crossing Leonardo Prize, 2004 Rockefeller Foundation. Curator of events international as Cyberart Areas of Interaction II Mercosul Biennial, interacted with more than 300 scientists and artists.