New Media Artist and Professor at University of Denver
Timothy Weaver is a new media artist, life scientist and bioenvironmental engineer whose concerted objective is to contribute to the restoration of ecological memory through a process of speculative inquiry along the art | science interface. His recent interactive installation, live cinema, video and sonic projects have been featured at FILE Hipersonica (Brazil), Transmediale (Berlin), New Forms Festival (Vancouver), Subtle Technologies (Toronto), Korean Experimental Art Festival, Museum of Modern Art (Cuenca, Ecuador), the Seattle Center, the Denver Art Museum, Boston CyberArts, SIGGRAPH, the New York Digital Salon & the National Institutes of Health (Washington, DC).
Timothy’s art-science practice has been recognized for inclusion in the United Nations COP 20 Culture Program in Lima, Peru. Weaver has conducted visiting artist projects at Espacio Fundación Telefónica (Lima), Santa Fe Institute, the University of Gavle Creative Media Lab (Sweden), KTH/Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (Stockholm), & University of New Mexico’s Art & Ecology Program. Timothy is currently Principal Investigator of two National Academy of Sciences Keck Futures Initiative (NAKFI) supported art-science research projects – projectECAT- investigating the advancement of scientific and creative literacy of ecoacoustics and the soniDOME Project- investigating sonification of deep ocean microbial ecologies.
Timothy received his MFA in Sculpture from University of Colorado at Boulder, a MS in Environmental Engineering and a BS in Microbiology from Purdue University. Weaver is Professor of Emergent Digital Practices with research and teaching specialization in biomedia, sustainable design and emerging forms of interactive expression. More details on his Project and research activities are available at: timothyweaver.org.