An important update about SIGGRAPH 2020.

Art Gallery

The SIGGRAPH Art Gallery offers a space for creative contemplation. In light of shifting ecological, political, social, and global-relations climates, artists examine the present and consider the question, “What can we do?”

Program Content

In the SIGGRAPH 2020 Art Gallery, attendees will revel in the experience of an interactive exhibition. Re-investigate this public art collection through the lens of new media that creates learning through ingenuity and exploration.

Nik Apostolides Art Gallery Chair
Johns Hopkins University

Image Credit: Dog of Zone © Åukasz Pazera


Following is a list of accepted content and contributors for the SIGGRAPH 2020 Art Gallery program. Complete information will be posted soon.

Daniel Cardoso Llach, Carnegie Mellon University; Jingyang (Leo) Liu, Carnegie Mellon University; Yi-Chin Lee, Carnegie Mellon University

Cacophonic Choir
Hannah E. Wolfe, Computer Science Department, Colby College; Sölen Kiratli, Media Arts and Technology Program (MAT), University of California, Santa Barbara; Alex John Bundy, Planetarium Music

Captured by an Algorithm
Sophia Brueckner, University of Michigan

Disruptive Devices
Neil Mendoza, Neil Mendoza Studios

Dog of Zone
Łukasz Pazera, Independent Artist

Down Stream [Appalachia]
David Franusich, Virginia Tech

Glass Entanglement I and II
Tobias Klein, City University of Hong Kong, School of Creative Media Hong Kong

Emil Polyak, Drexel University

Inside Out
Yuichiro Katsumoto, Tokyo Denki University

JoAnn Kuchera-Morin, University of California, Santa Barbara; Andres Cabrera, University of California, Santa Barbara; Kon Hyong Kim, University of California, Santa Barbara; Tim Wood, University of California, Santa Barbara; Gustavo Rincon, University of California, Santa Barbara

Luke Demarest, Independent Artist

The Skin
Sanghwa Hong, KAIST; Hyunchul Kim, KAIST; Seonghyeon Kim, KAIST; Byungjoo Lee, KAIST

V[R]ignettes: A Microstory Series
Mez Breeze, Mez Breeze Design