Have you shown in any SIGGRAPH Animation Screenings?
What countries do you work in?
James A. Tunick is an artist focused on the intersection of creativity and technology in public spaces, an entrepreneur, and software developer. He lives and works in New York City. Tunick is founder of The IMC Lab + Gallery (http://theIMClab.com), a media arts research lab that support interdiscplinary programmers and creatives in New York City. He is also founder of StudioIMC (http://StudioIMC.com), an Outernet technology company that represents an international team of programmers and digital artists. His work has been featured in shows at Ars Electronica Center, Google, Eyebeam, and the USF Contemporary Art Museum, and he has curated StudioIMC art shows and shown his work at the Paley Center for Media and Chelsea Art Museum. He has two patents pending on software that allows large audience participation with games, ads, and digital art on billboards and video screens in Times Square, MLB stadiums, Live Nation concerts, and in lobbies at the IAC Building and the Time Warner Center. He is also creator of IMCtv and IMCmobile, software platforms that power the first network of interactive movie screens in cities across the U.S.. Tunick co-founded Mapcidy, a social platform that uses Google Earth, and Web5design, a Web development firm. His clients have included Nokia, Verizon, Sprint, Toyota, Adidas, Clear Channel, US Army, MoMA PS1, Heineken, and the NRDC. His work has been featured in RollingStone Magazine, the Museum of Modern Art, the NY Times, LA Times, NY1 News, The Discovery Channel, and several books. Tunick received his BA from Yale University and his Masters from NYU Tisch Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP).
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