School of Film Spotlight Series: Eric Forman

Connelly Auditorium

The School of Film presents Eric Forman: Art, Technology, Interaction as part of its Spotlight Series, which brings visiting filmmakers, writers and animators to present their work to both public and University audiences.

Eric Forman is a New York-based artist and designer working with interactive installations and responsive sculpture. His work crosses boundaries between fine art, design and technology. Eric's creations employ modalities of interactivity not often found in dominant forms of new media: possessing the magical qualities of the new yet also subtle, slow and thoughtful. 

Eric Forman Studio is a beta-founding tenant of New Lab, a next generation innovation space in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. His professional practice specializes in the latest interactive experiences and fabrication techniques for architects, artists, designers and scientists. Eric is also the co-founder of BioArt New York, a collective pairing artists and biologists for unusual collaborations. 

Eric currently teaches in the Digital+Media MFA department at Rhode Island School of Design, the Interaction Design MFA program at School of Visual Arts and the Interactive Arts MFA department at Pratt Institute.

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