Room-sized installation of pickups, plants with computer-managed systems that manage fog and light to sustain plants.
Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, Chelsi Alise Cocking is a Jamaican-American media artist, product designer, and computer programmer. The foundation of her practice falls within using code, computing, and media technologies for craft in art and design, particularly within the visual arts and the performing arts. More singularly, her work also explores the inherent possibilities of understanding the human body, motion, and movement through computing and utilizing that understanding to create updated and novel experiences within computational arts and interaction design. The goal of her research and art is to use computing to aid and enhance human creativity and expression. Empowering us with new ways to create and express ourselves through computing and also creating new ways in which we experience art, design, and performance in the world today through technology.
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