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'''Julie Boschat Thorez''' (FR) is a researcher, artist and proficient creator of
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'''Julie Boschat Thorez''' is an artist and researcher whose work re-appropriates scientific methods to explore the impact of digital systems over human agency and governance. Trained in Fine Arts at the ERG in Brussels and [[Media_Design_and_Communication_Piet_Zwart_Institute_Rotterdam|Media Design at the Piet Zwart Institute]] in [[Rotterdam]], she has developed a practice based approach to digital art preservation over the years, with a focus on variability, circulation, co-authorship and access. She's into these things: infrastructures, archives, cartography, spatiality, inexactitude, human ecosystems, biopower. She also cultivates a passion for embarassing puns and consternating news headlines. [http://s192400.gridserver.com/ (2019)]
far fetched analogies. Her work engages with the materiality of
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digital environments through its capacity to affect or get affected by the
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physical realm. She regards them as agents, structuring the agency between
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* [[Varia]]
humans acting across the localities covered, at a pace induced by their
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physical properties and geographical condition. Aside from that she tries to
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engage with the materiality (and sustainability) of digital works through
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varied approaches and formats for specific contexts.
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She graduated in [[Media_Design_and_Communication_Piet_Zwart_Institute_Rotterdam|Media Design and Communication from the Piet Zwart Institute]] in Rotterdam (MA, 2014-16). She is based in [[Rotterdam]].
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* [http://s192400.gridserver.com/ Home page]
 
* [http://s192400.gridserver.com/ Home page]
* [http://pzwiki.wdka.nl/mediadesign/User:Jules Page on Piet Zwart Institute wiki]
 
 
* [https://twitter.com/ju_bschtthrz Twitter]
 
* [https://twitter.com/ju_bschtthrz Twitter]
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* [http://pzwiki.wdka.nl/mediadesign/User:Jules Page on Piet Zwart Institute wiki], 2014-2016

Latest revision as of 17:46, 20 June 2019

Julie Boschat Thorez is an artist and researcher whose work re-appropriates scientific methods to explore the impact of digital systems over human agency and governance. Trained in Fine Arts at the ERG in Brussels and Media Design at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam, she has developed a practice based approach to digital art preservation over the years, with a focus on variability, circulation, co-authorship and access. She's into these things: infrastructures, archives, cartography, spatiality, inexactitude, human ecosystems, biopower. She also cultivates a passion for embarassing puns and consternating news headlines. (2019)

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