PATRICK CLANCEY
video, 1min43sec, 6/00

Patrick Clancy co-founded PULSA, a collaborative group of artists that helped pioneer early electronic and interactive computer art through viewer-activated light and sound installations in the mid-60's and early 70's. This work included large-scale environmental art and sentient spaces incorporating wave energies, video installations and photocollages. He is currently working on an interactive simulation, "The Writing Machine", that collects data from sensors located at The Banff Centre for the Arts and at another site in Kansas City. This self-organising work will be accessed through the World Wide Web and as an installation/exhibition. Patrick Clancy is Chair of the Photography & New Media Department at Kansas City Art Institute and Director of Research at Cyber-Site New Media Research Centre.

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CYBER-SITE NEW MEDIA RESEARCH CENTRE