Associate Professor, Video, Electronic Media & Digital Fabrication
MFA, Carnegie Mellon University
Office: FAH 254
Anat Pollack’s works explore the perception and pliability of the experience of time altered through emotional encounters, particularly in relation to trauma. She is a convergent media artist that layers and repeats sounds and images to prompt indiscernible triggers, paralleling the act of perception and memory processing in real time. In doing so, Pollack employs digital and mechanical systems as a bridge between the interactivity of the mind, body, and technology.
Pollack has exhibited works nationally and internationally. Notably, she has had solo exhibitions at the ARC Gallery in Chicago and the Kansas City Artist Coalition. Pollack’s work has been in exhibited at the M.I.A.D Venado Tuerto Muestra Internacional de Arte Digital in Argentina, the VII Salon de Arte Digital at the Centro Pablo de la Torriente Brau in Cuba, the APEX Gallery in New York, the Post Alley Film Festival in Seattle, the New Forms Festival in Canada, and and Data Poesis in Colorado. She has presented her research at RSVP Words, Images, and and the Framing of Social Reality Conference at the New School in New York City. Pollack received a BA from Indiana University and an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University.