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Media artist/designer whose works deal with the effects of media technology on our culture and daily life. She grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel, where she completed B.Sc's in Mathematics and Computer Science. She spent 2003 at the New Media department of the HGK Zuerich, in 2006 earned an MFA degree from the Piet Zwart Institute's [[Media Design Research Piet Zwart Institute Rotterdam|Media Design]] program with Google randomizer [http://www.shmoogle.org Shmoogle], and held a research residency at the design department of the [[Jan Van Eyck Academie]].
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'''Tsila Hassine''' (missdata) is a media designer / net artist. She grew up in [[Tel Aviv]], where she earned degrees in Mathematics and Computer science. After working several years in the high tech industry she moved on to pursue her artistic and cultural interests. She studied in the Zurich HdK New Media department, and in the [[Media_Design_and_Communication_Piet_Zwart_Institute_Rotterdam|Media Design department of the Piet Zwart Institute]], [[Rotterdam]] where she earned her MA in Media Design (2006). She is currently a researcher in residence at the Jan van Eyck Academie in [[Maastricht]], and teaches a net art course at the Bet Berl academic college in Israel. [http://www.missdata.org/infoabout.html (2019)]
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Tsila Hassine (missdata) is a media designer / net artist. She grew up in Tel Aviv, where she earned degrees in Mathematics and Computer science. After working several years in the high tech industry she moved on to pursue her artistic and cultural interests. She studied in the Zurich HdK New Media department, and in the Media Design department of the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam where she earned her MA in Media Design (2006). She is currently a researcher in residence at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht, and teaches a net art course at the Bet Berl academic college in Israel. (2019)

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