Interactive Nanotext Imagery:

A Visual Installation for the
California Nanosystems Institute

Visual Demos


Bo Bell is a fourth-year doctoral student in the Music Department. He is an electroacoustic composer and performer working primarily in theatrical, improvisatory, and interactive computer contexts. His work has been heard at numerous theatres in New York; at venues in Helsinki, New Haven, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara; and at various house parties and club events. Bo received a B.A. in Music from Wesleyan University and a M.M. in Music Composition from Brooklyn College.

Hyunkyung Ji (Ji Haru) obtained her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees of Fine Arts at Seoul National University in Sculpture, and did additional research at Chung-Ang University in Technology Art. Her works include the animations "Digital Escher" and "My Own Prison," the performance "Witches in Purple," "Lost in the Zoo" (an installation), and an interactive game animation: "Survival Training Game 2014 Edition." She is currently a first-year graduate student in the Media Arts and Technology department.

Eileen Koven
is a first-year Master's student in the Media Arts and Technology department, specializing in electronic music and sound design. Her interests include music composition and production, and incorporating medieval and non-western themes in electronic music. She also works on web design, software troubleshooting, collaborative storytelling, and making amateur movies. Eileen received an A.B. in Music from Brown University.

Nicole Starosielski is a first year doctoral student in the Film Studies Department. However, she is more interested in media studies, particularly interactive media, new emerging forms, convergence of forms and 3D animation (among others.) She is also interested in interdisciplinary work and the integration of critical analysis and new media production. She recieved her B.A. in Cinema-Television from the University of Southern California.