Amay Kataria (b. 1990) is a new-media artist, who’s practice employs an experimental yet process-based, open-ended approach towards cultural production with industrial technology. By leveraging custom software, three-dimensional modelling, and network architecture as his mediums of construction, he creates interactive interventions, installations, and creative systems that superimpose digital production onto an analog reality or vice-versa. He holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and was previously a new-media resident at Art Center Nabi and Mana Contemporary. He has exhibited at Vector Festival, Hyde Park Art Center, Ars Electronica, Electromuseum, amongst others.
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