Catherine Siller

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Voiced/Unvoiced, 2012 Performance, Video, Custom Software 12:00 © Catherine Siller
I Don't Follow You, 2011 Custom Software © Catherine Siller
Let's Say, 2013 Video 4:30 © Catherine Siller
I / You, 2011 Monitors, Video, Custom Software Dimensions Variable © Catherine Siller
Inside I, 2011 Custom Software © Catherine Siller
Quell, 2012 Performance, Custom Software 10:00 © Catherine Siller
Articulating the Gaps, 2012 Video 30:00 © Catherine Siller
Body Text, 2013 Performance, Custom Software 8:00 © Catherine Siller
Quick Facts
RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), 2012, MFA
Harvard University, 2006, BA
installation, video-art, performance, surrealism, digital, figurative, conceptual, exhibition/performance

A graduate of RISD’s Digital + Media MFA program, Catherine Siller uses technology to integrate sculpture, video, performance, and creative writing into a hybridized, process-oriented creative practice. Her most recent work centers on developing dynamic systems for structured improvisations—computer programs that change dynamically in response to her movements and in response to which she moves. She uses these systems to create performances that integrate the body and language. Catherine received her BA in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University. She has studied mixed media with Grace Knowlton at the Art Students League; theater with the SITI Company, the Atlantic Theater Company, and Circle in the Square; and dance with Igal Perry, Marcus Schulkind, Nicole Wolcott, and through a Radcliffe Externship with Juilliard’s Dance Department. She has performed and shown her work in New York and New England. For the 2013 spring semester, she is the Mellon Teaching Fellow in Digital Media/Performance at Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT. View her blog here.