Visual Arts & Technology Lecture: Coralie Vogelaar

Event banner with Coralie Vogelaar shown, and the logo for the Stevens Institute of Technology 1870 School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

The 2023-2024 Visual Arts & Technology Lecture Series kicks off with Coralie Vogelaar.

Vogelaar is an interdisciplinary artist who works with social sciences, such as behavioral studies, to investigate the relationship between human and machine. Vogelaar employs machine logic to explore the human body, creating a body of work that includes performances, videos, and multimedia installations. She often collaborates with experts from various disciplines including data analysis, choreography, and sound design.

Her work has been shown internationally at institutions like ZKM - Karlsruhe (Germany), Photographers' Gallery London (UK), Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (Netherlands), Science Gallery Dublin (Ireland), and White Box Gallery, New York (US). She is an alumna of the Rijksakademie van Beelden Kunsten in Amsterdam (Netherlands). Her performance Emotion Recognition from an Algorithmic Point of View was featured in “The Most Iconic Works of 40 years” V2 - Lab for the Unstable Media (Netherlands).

Currently, she is a resident at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York.

Event Location: Babbio 122