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College of Fine Arts Research Profiles

Jack Stenner
School of Art + Art History

Associate Professor
T: 273-3074

College of Fine Arts
University of Florida
101 FAC P.O. Box 115801
Gainesville, FL 32611-5801

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Research Interests:

Mediation, experience, installation, subjectivity, ubiquitous computing, place, visualization

Research Summary:

As an artist, I am concerned with the ways culture is constructed, and the means with which ideology is embedded. Digital media allows me to get at the core of my interests in a way that more clearly communicates these concerns, and directly reflects the modes with which meaning is created in society. Digital media naturally raises issues of "reality" and complements my interest in this topic from an artistic point of view. For these reasons, my research involves video games, installation art, ubiquitous computing, software studies, and distributed applications. This range of interests necessitates fluency with computer programming, and involves the experimental use of hardware and sensors.


Ph.D in Architecture (Computer Visualization) – Texas A&M University 2007
Masters of Science in Computer Visualization – Texas A&M University 2004
Bachelor of Environmental Design – Texas A&M University 1985

Key Professional Appointments:

Member, State of Florida Common Prerequisites Committee
Member, UF College of Fine Arts Curriculum Committee
Chair, UF School of Art + Art History Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
Review Panel, Siggraph, Computer Art Congress, ACM Multimedia, Digital Art & Culture, Creativity & Cognition
Member, Leonardo/ISAST
Member, Association of Computing Machinery
Member, Rhizome, New Museum, NY, NY


"Game-Space: Unfolding Experiments in Subjectivity" A Space-Time of Ubiquity and Embeddedness, Digital Art and Culture 2009, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA (peer-reviewed paper – December 2009) "Game-Space",
Tampa Museum of Art, Bit, Byte, Dot, Spot: Post-Digital Art, Tampa, FL (catalogue) 2009 "Logical Operations: And ! Or", International Symposium on Electronic Arts (ISEA), Singapore, Republic of Singapore, (peer reviewed paper) 2008
"Honeypumper: Moment of Absence", Polk Museum of Art, Digital Art in the Post-Digital Age, Lakeland, FL (catalogue) 2008 "Honeypumper: Moment of Absence", Museum of Modern Art, Computer Art Congress 2008, Toluca, Mexico (catalogue) 2008
"Playas: Homeland Mirage",, Thirteenth International Symposium of Electronic Arts and ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge, San Jose, CA, Steven Dietz, Sally Jane Norman, Joel Slayton, jurors 2006


Digital Fabrication Laboratory Grant, University of Florida Office of Research, collaboration with School of Architecture, co-principal investigator, $332,000.


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