Jeff Conefry is a media artist and painter specializing in 3d content development and interactive interface design. His recent projects include, media production and technical systems for the U.S. Pavilion, Venice Biennale of Architecture, pilot asset creation for Bark Bark Studios, and time-based construction animations for building information modeling. His work has been exhibited nationally including the Atlanta Biennale and the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago. He attended The Rhode Island School of Design and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of New York at Purchase. Since 2004, Conefry has collaborated with Danielle Roney on large-scale installations in Beijing, South Africa, and Venice Italy.
Opposing Views, by the artist team of Danielle Roney and Jeff Conefry, presents an experiment in the visualization of conflict through biofeedback, sensor driven, real-time video programming in the art program, DISLOCATIONS.
Opposing Views is sponsored by Possible Futures and the Lubo Fund.