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Joyce Rudinsky is an artist and associate professor in the department of communication studies at UNC Chapel Hill. Her visual and electronic art is often interactive and examines how technology changes people’s perceptions and the way they experience and interact with art and other human artifacts. Rudinsky was a RENCI Faculty Fellow during the 2007-2008 academic year, when she worked with RENCI staff to create Spectacular Justice, a multimedia installation in RENCI’s Social Computing Room that examined the death penalty from a variety of perspectives. She also holds a fellowship from the UNC Chapel Hill Institute for the Arts and Humanities. Rudinsky’s work is both conceptual and technical. Her projects use video projection, live performance, sound, and interactivity to create an immersive environment where a viewer is able to explore and investigate through a variety of aural, visual and spatial perceptions.
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