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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:49 pm    Post subject: Kristin Lucas

Hello and happy 2016, everyone! I am writing from under a foot and a half of snow in New York, today. I'm looking forward to keeping up with everyone's projects and research this year.

+ At Postmasters Gallery, I am in a two-person exhibition with Joe McKay that closes today.
"Kristin Lucas and Joe McKay: Away From Keyboard" at Postmasters Gallery includes individual works and also collaborative work Joe and I made together under the collective name, Electric Donut. (
• A writer from Masters & Dynamics "The 10,000" blog, did a feature interview with me on our show. "Virtual Viewership" can be read here: (
+ At DiverseWorks in Houston, I am in a group show called "What Shall We Do Next?" a group exhibition that examines how technology and advertising have shifted our relationships to our physical bodies, shaping of subjectivity, and notions of the real. 
+ DiverseWorks and Aurora Picture Show have teamed together to program a night of my videos with live performance on February 20.
+ A hybrid artwork-curatorial augmented reality project that I previously present in Florida, "Dance with flARmingos" will be expanded up to include international artist participants for the 2016 Queens International in Queens, NY, opening in April and running through June.


I am an artist working in a variety of material and immaterial forms including digital art, experimental video art, animation, hybrid documentary, multimedia performance, installation, web, augmented reality and virtual environments. I investigate the uncanny and liminal spaces of our everyday interactions with technology through circuitous imaginative works that lie somewhere between reality and “reality”. At the core of my art practice is a critical exploration of the shifting boundary between the technological and corporeal, further complicated by ties to a global economy and issues of gender. My work is under constant evolution as advances in technology provoke us to rethink cultural assumptions about identity, behavior, language and property, and the impact of our innovations on the environment. 

I am an assistant professor of Transmedia in the School of Art at University of Texas in Austin, and I previously taught for the Studio Art Program and MFA program at Bard College in New York. I currently live between Austin and New York.
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