Doris Vila (b. Miami): Working at the intersection of art and technology, Vila travels widely to Europe and Latin America to exhibit her 3D videos and responsive installations. Her solo exhibitions include Theatermachine, an interactive audio/video and environment installation in Bonn, Germany in 1995; The Book of Air, also in Bonn in 1993; Paradox Beach, a permanent installation of a children’s learning game at the Staten Island Children’s Museum in 2005, and Every Time I Open My Eyes I See Things, at the Butler Institute of American Art in 2008. She has had several fellowships at the MacDowell Colony for the Arts, received an InterActiva symposium award for interactive holographic video environment work, and was a fellow in the Academy of Media Art in Cologne, Germany. She has served as consultant to Canada's Department of Energy and to DuPont Inc. on holographic projects. In 1999, the Center for Holographic Art granted her a two-week residency to work on a holographic book. Vila has a Bachelor’s degree in art from Hunter College and also attended the University of California, Berkley.  (Cintas for art, 1986-87)

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