05 Sep Zane Cochran
Known broadly for his interactive installations, Zane Cochran pushes the boundaries of technology and art. His immersive digitally-augmented environments, such at the BitDome and Scatterfield, envelope visitors as they step into worlds scattered with sensors and lights, allowing each person to create their own reality. Presently, Cochran has focused these interactive experiences to an even more personal medium: wearable technology. From practical artifacts such as wristbands that track doctor’s hand sanitizing practices to the impractical like clothes that absorb colors from their surroundings, he continues to develop technologies that explore hyper-customization and configuration. His work has been widely exhibited as it continues to blur the lines between art and technology.