A look at technology and its effect on how we work and live that will employ "smart cameras" tiny cameras, processors and transmitters that can be hidden or embedded in objects to capture everyday images.
Suicide Box (1997)
The Corporate Imagination (1996)
The Bureau of Inverse Technology (1993)
Tree Logic (1999)
Voice Box (1996)
Director, Design Lab, and Lecturer, Yale University, New Haven, CT, since 1998
Faculty, School of Visual Art, New York, since 1998
Artist in Residence: Exploratorium, 1995-1996; Headlands Center for the Arts, 1992-1996; and Advanced Computer Graphics Center, RMIT, 1990-1992
Future Directions Advisory Committee, Australian Broadcasting Corporation Project 2000, 1992
1997 PhD Candidate, Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
1994 MS, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
1991 BFA, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
1988 BS, Neuroscience, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia
1987 BS, Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Natalie Jeremijenko installed For the Birds, a 1,000-square-foot complex designed for high density bird living, on the roof of the Postmasters Gallery in New York. This most recent piece in her Ooz (zoo spelled backwards) series will be on view throughout September and early October.
Natalie Jeremijenko took part in the ZeroOne Festival in San Jose, California in August, presenting the wiki-based encyclopedia site www.howstuffismade.org and an open source robotics project entitled Feral Robotic Dogs, and speaking on the panel Wetware Hackers Discussed.
February - March 2006
Natalie Jeremijenko has work from her collaboration with The Bureau of Inverse Technology on exhibit at the Whitney Biennial in New York through the spring. She presented a talk in March at the museum about her work, which explores transformative social possibilities of new technologies.