Lisa Jamhoury is a Lebanese-American movement artist, designer, and programmer. Rooted in contemporary circus and nonfiction storytelling, her practice includes interactive performances, installations, and websites that envision an uplifted relationship between people and computers. Her performances use computation to highlight the body’s dynamism and encourage people to be aware of their physicality. Working with networks and machine learning, she explores the internet as a platform for embodied creativity and play. Her work has been recognized by the Contemporary Art Society, the Streb Lab for Action Mechanics, Google xStory, and others. She is an arts professor at New York University.
Welcome to Concrete House .art which features curated pavilions and an exhibition of digital artists selected through an open call. The curated pavilions include Ars Electronica’s partners, .ART’s artist in residence Medina Kasimova and a selection of work from .ART’s and Arlekin Players Theatre’s collaborative project ZeroGravity.art, directed by Igor Golyak and featuring the renowned choreographer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov. Concrete House .art participants join the space for playful reflections on the creation of virtual environments.