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Gregory Shakar [us]
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Gregory Shakar is an artist and musician whose work seeks to reveal the emotive implications of electronic media and physical devices. His recent installations have employed over-sized undulating pixels, melodic electrical arcs and towering sonorous metronomes. Shakar's solo work and collaborative performances have been presented worldwide, including venues in New York, London, Tokyo, Rome, Barcelona, Montreal, Turin, Bergen and Kyoto. He has been an Artist in Residence at the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria and served as both a Fellow and a Resident Researcher at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) after receiving his Masters degree from the program. Shakar is currently an Adjunct Professor of Physical Computing at ITP. He is native to New York City where he continues to live and work.