Presenter: Jeffrey L. Gangwisch (they/them)
Instagram handle: @albertus_arts
Assistant Professor, Visual & Performing Arts
Interview by Paulina Velázquez Solis, Co-chair, New Media Caucus Communications Committee
Jeffrey L. Gangwisch, Assistant Professor, Visual & Performing Arts answered a few
questions about their participation in Future Bodies
They will be joining the symposium from New Haven, Connecticut where they are
Assistant Professor at Albertus Magnus College. They also are a founding member of
the strikeWare art collective.
We would like to know more about you, what brought you to the field of art and
I have always been a curious person. I enjoy learning about new ideas and materials. I
have always been hungry for a life of creative production and education.
What is your relationship with New Media?
I have always been excited by new technologies and novel applications of old ones.
Most of my work is founded in pairing a stubborn feeling or idea with a technology I
want to learn more about.
Please, tell us about the work you are presenting in Future Bodies
I am grateful to be showing my recent work developed for Cadence, an exhibition with
photographer Kim Weston at the Kehler Liddell Gallery in New Haven. It includes AR,
VR, and generative animations built around the observation of noisy figures.
What are you looking forward to during the symposium?
Connecting to a wider community of artists. I’m excited for the opportunity to discover
new work in person for just about the first time since the beginning of the Pandemic.