Giselle Beiguelman (b. 1962)

The QR-Poem (2010)
2+2 = Crowd (2003)

2+2 = Crowd is part of the Poetrica project (a series of Nomadic Poems and urban interventions accomplished between 2003 and 2004). The Nomadic Poems are construed with non-alphabetic fonts (dings and system fonts). The process for composing these pieces involves using algebraic operations. Every nomadic poem has in its title the equation that describes the sequences of operations (additions, superpositions, divisions, etc.) I did in the composition process.

Giselle Beiguelman is a new media artist, curator and researcher. She teaches Art History and Design at the School of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of São Paulo. Her art work has been presented in international venues such as Net_Condition (ZKM, Karlsruhe), el final del eclipse (Fundación Telefonica, Madrid), The 25th São Paulo Biennial, Algorithmic Revolution (ZKM), 3rd Sevilla Biennial, Transitio_MX (Mexico), YOU_ser (ZKM), Geografías Celulares (Fundacion Telefonica, Buenos Aires and Lima), artemov (Belo Horizonte and São Paulo) and Visual Foreign Correspondents (Berlin), among others. She was Curator of Nokia Trends (2007 and 2008), of the Brazilian participation in ISEA Ruhr (2009) and of the on-line festivals HTTPvideo (2008 and 2010) and HTTPpix (2010).  Artistic Director of Sergio Motta Institute (2008-2011), she was Professor of the graduate program in Communication and Semiotics of PUC-SP (São Paulo, 2001-2011). Editor of seLecT magazine, she is the author of Link-se (Peirópolis, 2005) and Nomadismos Tecnógicos (with Jorge La Ferla; Senac, 2011), among others.

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