Blair IVIS simmons
Blair is a multimedia technician, storyteller, and artist. She is interested in logic, language, structures, patterns, maps, math, arrows, analysis, arches, bodies, organics, and opposites. Her works have utilized 3D scanning, modeling, and printing, as well as programming. She also has a tendency to create live performative works.
She graduated from NYU with a degree in Dramatic Literature and Computer Science. She was a recipient of the DURF Research Grant, where she researched issues of staging philosophy and the relationship between language and reality. This project, titled Staging Wittgenstein, was most recently shown at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
She is currently at NYU Gallatin for graduate school where she researches computer generated art, fear of technology, digital doubling, and collaborations between humans and computers. On weekends she teaches 3D printing to kids at the Harlem School of the Arts. She has an upcoming artist residency at CultureHub.