Art & Technology with Yale’s CCAM Director Dana Karwas
Dana Karwas, the Director of CCAM (Center for Collaborative Arts & Media) at Yale University shares how her career journey has integrated artistic practice with technological research and data. Currently, occupying an academic leadership position, Dana has the opportunity to collaborate across disciplines and approach every day with creativity.
Dana’s work spans large-scale public art installations such as Party Dress. In her current role, Dana has the opportunity to collaborate on cross-discipline projects such as I am Alan Turing from composer Matthew Sutter. She’s also working on Collective Animal Behavior, a project turning data of animal migration patterns into tonal sounds. Dana discusses the challenges & successes she faced in her career, what working in academia looks like, and how navigating childcare can be a challenge for working parents.
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I am Alan Turing credit: Dakota Stipp, Tyler Kieffer, Sola Fadiran, Madeline Pages, Ross Wightman, Frederick Kennedy, Liam Bellman-Sharpe, Matthew Suttor.
Collective Animal Behavior credit: Diego Ellis-Soto, Jolle Jolles, Dakota Stipp, Douglas Duhaime, Dana Kanwas, Ye Qin Zhu, Jonathan Koss and Matthew Suttor.
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