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Art + Tech, Assistant Professor
Art
College of Arts and Sciences
Expertise 
Katie Duffy is an interdisciplinary artist who is interested in using video, electronics and code as materials. Duffy’s expertise include digital fabrication, physical computing, interactive art and design, code as material, HTML, CSS, JavaSCript, projection mapping, animation, and plotter drawing
Courses Taught 
Art + Tech I
Web Design
Multimedia Design
Research Interests 
Katie Duffy creates carnal and colorful transmedia mashups that protrude outside of easy definition and circle cheekily around deep issues of humanity. Duffy’s interest in emerging technologies and their relationship to the evolution of the human animal is what drives their practice. Duffy references a variety of bio/natural forms, looking for pattern mimicry in both macro and micro organisms and systems. Gliding between moving image, sculpture, digital fabrication, interaction and design, Duffy is drawn simultaneously to the earnest and the absurd, circling cheekily around deep issues of humanity and searching steadfast for connection, meaning and purpose.
Education 

BA Digital Art and Design, Loras College, Dubuque, IA

BA Social Work, Loras College, Dubuque, IA

MFA Interdisciplinary Art, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

Selected Exhibitions 

Selected Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

The Female Thing, Arlington Art Center, Arlington, VA

Not My City, The Parking Lot, K-Town Studio, Baltimore, MD

 

Public Art Collaborations

Hack The Patriarchy (ongoing, online and Baltimore based)

Thommason Theater Series (Curator), Thommason Theater, Baltimore, MD

We Should See Each Other More Often, Koban Project, Baltimore, MD

Pattern Perception, CoLab Project, School 33, Baltimore, MD

BrowserAs (online)

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

Wave and Particle, School 33, Baltimore, MD

Satellite Art Show with Terrault Contemporary, Miami Art Week, Miami, FL (forthcoming)

Art Night, Hickock Cole Architects, Washington DC

Objects of Construction Space Camp, Baltimore, MD

VOX XII: NEWS AND WEATHER, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA

We Should See Each Other More Often, Koban Project, Baltimore, MD

All of the Things and All of the Time, Platform Gallery, Baltimore, MD

Texture of the Drift, Gallery CA, Baltimore MD

Selected Performances 

Baby in the Corner, Transmodern Festival, 14 Karet Cabaret, Baltimore, MD

Pixelated App for Party of the Century, Baltimore Museum of Art (with Wham City Lights) Baltimore, MD

Loop, Performed at Slam Up, Gallery CA, Baltimore MD

Arts and Sciences

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