Project: Paper cut/Digital Ludology
Allison Moore is a multidisciplinary creative tinker working in Montreal. Originally from the west coast Vancouver Island, she is now located in Montreal, and has produced projects in Ecuador, Brazil, the United Kingdom, and Europe. Allison obtained a BFA degree in Interdisciplinary Arts at the University of Concordia in 2005. She is an active member of Graff Printing Studios and has developed new projects in live video performance, animation and interactive computing as an invited artist at Studio XX and the Society of Arts and Technology in Montreal. Allison’s projects at Studio XX focus on using open source media tools such as Pure Data, Arduino, and Blender 3d Game engine to create new media installations. Her projects are socially and politically conscience, playing with a level of absurdity, humor and surrealism. In the summer months, Allison teaches animation and visual effects at Gulf Island Film School (G.I.F.T.S.) and sleeps in a tent.
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