Colorado Creatives

Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Kristin Stransky

#85: Kristin Stransky

There's a new kind of alchemy happening in the art world, a creative compound where art and science merge. At the University of Denver, it's called Emergent Digital Practices, and Kristin Stransky, who teaches there, is at the forefront of the movement, making stuff that wouldn't have been possible ten years ago, using up-to-the-minute materials and technological tools. What do things look like on the frontier of digital art? Find out by reading Stransky's 100CC questionnaire.

See also: Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Chris Coleman

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