Ronaldo Kiel

New York , NY
United States
New York US
United States
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Kiel's work was chosen to participate in festivals, exhibitions and symposiums of art and technology such as the "Prix Ars Electronica" in Austria and the "International Media Art Biennale" in Poland. He has shown his works in Austria, Brazil, Canada, Italy, Paraguay, Poland, the Ukraine and throughout the United States. His video installations were presented in international exhibitions like "Improbable Movements" (2003) cured by Philippe Dubois and Ivana Bentes, and "In Time, Without Time" (2004) curated by Daniela Bousso. He created site-specific works in collaboration with Anita Cheng for the Brooklyn Public Library (2005), and in a collaboration including Regina Silveira, for the opening of the "Cultural Institute Telemar" (2005). Cheng&Kiel works were shown in the gallery Laura Marsiaj (2006). He received a "Artist's Fellowship in Computer Arts" from the "New York Foundation of the Arts" (2003) in collaboration with Anita Cheng. He is currently faculty in the City University of New York (CUNY), teaching digital art in the Department of Art at Brooklyn College.

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Journey (Jornada) Exhibited at gallery or event, Installation 2006

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