René Christen. Creative Technologist, Artist and co-founder of Code on Canvas.

Education

  • Master of Fine Arts (2004-2006)
    Full scholarship, majoring in Electronic Integrated Arts, Alfred University, New York
  • Honours in Fine Arts (2003)
    Majoring in Time Based Art, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales
  • Bachelor of Electronic Art (2000-2002)
    Graduated with distinction, School of Contemporary Art, University of Western Sydney

 

Selected Exhibitions

  • Recently Historic, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney (2015)
  • Recently Historic, UWS Gallery, Sydney (2014)
  • Inanimata, Drunk on the Moon (and surrounding streets), Sydney (2014)
  • Underbelly Arts Festival, Sydney (2013)
  • Auckland Fringe Festival, Auckland (2013)
  • Enlighten Festival, Canberra (2013)
  • Vivid Festival, Sydney (2012)
  • Snake the Planet! Conny Dietzschold Gallery, Sydney (2011)
  • Vivid Festival, Sydney (2011)
  • Geometries of Attention, Serial space, Sydney (2010)
  • Implodes performance at Face the Strange, Chicago MCA, Chicago (2010)
  • Showing Off, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst (2009)
  • Frenzy! MOP gallery, Sydney (2008)
  • The Business of being an artist, Serial space, Sydney (2008)
  • Liquid Architecture Festival, Sydney (2008)
  • BronxMAP Performance, BronxMAP, NYC, New York (2007)
  • BronxMAP Premiere Screening, BronxMAP, NYC, New York (2007)
  • Media Art Friesland Festival, The Netherlands (2006)
  • Alfred on 25th, Florence Lynch Gallery, NYC, New York (2006)
  • Listening Glass, Squeaky Wheel, Buffalo, New York (2006)
  • Converge, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York (2006)
  • A Sacrifice for Hygia, Alfred University, Alfred, New York (2005)
  • The Loupe Gallery, Prattsburgh, New York (2004)
  • Plan C, Alfred University, Alfred, New York (2004)
  • Listening Glass, First Draft, Sydney (2004)
  • Electrofringe Festival, Newcastle (2003)
  • Captain Very Exciting Saves the Day with his Peanut Hip-hop, First Draft, Sydney (2003)
  • Decoding Sub-Cultures, Blacktown Arts Centre, Sydney (2003)

 

Grants

  • Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant, The Ian Potter Foundation (2005)
  • Runway Grant, Australia Council for the Arts (2004)

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