Yvette Granata is a multi-media artist, media scholar and film designer from Metro Detroit. She received her Master of Arts from University of Amsterdam, where she focused her research on media environments and urban aesthetics in the age of crisis. Currently, she is pursuing a Ph.D. at SUNY Buffalo in the department of Media Study, a theory and practice program in media arts and technology. Her work takes an interdisciplinary approach to media art research that merges creative practice and theory, integrating multi-media creation and theoretical research. Her current projects focus on the intersection of socio-political and techno-material art praxis.
|01.||Amphibian Demons (Not Yet for 3-D Printer)||issue 26: March 2016|
|02.||Hauntification, Aesthetics and Gentrified Toys in a Glass Globe (Or Making Glitch Art Out of Derrida Instead)||issue 18: June 2015|