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Martina Fröschl

Senior Scientistat Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien (University of Applied Arts, Vienna)
Focus area: Analog, Augmented Reality, Biology, Body, Self, Climate, Atmospheric Science, Computer Graphics, Digital Imaging, Animation, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, Data Art, Science, Design, Digital Art, New Media, Digital Culture, Digital Humanities, Ecology, Environment, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Fine Arts 3D, Holography, Marine, Ocean Science, Photography, Public Art, Science Theory, Philosophy, Site Specific, Place Making, Video, Film, Virtual Reality, Visual Culture, Visual Studies

Martina R. Fröschl is a digital artist and scientist with a focus on computer-generated imagery that incorporates the immediate inputs of non-virtual reality. She holds a PhD from the University of Applied Arts Vienna where she currently works as a senior scientist at the Science Visualization Lab. She studied media technique and design and gained her PhD with research on computer-animated scientific visualizations. Since that time, the depiction of realities and biological phenomena has driven her creations. She has worked on various documentary and fiction productions for TV and cinema as a visual effects and computer graphics artist. Martina is on the core team of PIXELvienna Society, the NOISE AQUARIUM collective and was guest lecturer and artist in residency at the Art|Sci Center UCLA.