University of Southern California, iMAP Media Arts + Practice
Amanda Tasse works at the intersection of the perceptual sciences, interactive animation, and narrative experience design. She characterizes her methodological perspective as an attempt to probe the intersection between data visualization and intuitive association, in order to express perceptual processes as narrative. She is currently on a Fulbright grant as a doctoral researcher with the aivoAALTO brain research unit at Aalto University, School of Art & Design, in Helsinki, Finland. In addition to her current work in Neurocinematics, she is designing a dissertation project employing mobile augmented reality and biosensors in the development of externalized affective spaces.