Bonnie L Mitchell

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  • Bowling Green State University


  • Digital Arts

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  • Professor


  • Bowling Green, Ohio, US



  • Bonnie Mitchell’s research and creative interests include creating visual music animation and interactive immersive installation art, developing digital humanities archives and engaging in cross-disciplinary collaboration. Ms. Mitchell’s artwork explores perception and natural phenomena through experiential relationships to our physical and psychological environment. Ms. Mitchell’s work has been exhibited internationally at venues such as SIGGRAPH, ISEA, Ars Electronica, and many more. She is currently writing a book on animation as a fine art form for Bloomsbury Press in London. Besides teaching, Bonnie Mitchell is the president and art director of CreativeMyndz Multimedia Studios in Bowling Green which produced the Core Concepts in Art series, Buildings Across Time DVD, Art Showcase DVD and the Core Concepts in Humanities series published by McGraw-Hill and Glencoe in NY and LA. She also produced the Gateways to Art multimedia materials published through Thames and Hudson in London. Bonnie Mitchell also served on the Executive Board of ISEA and SIGGRAPH, curated the 2006 SIGGRAPH and GRAPHITE exhibitions and has been a member of numerous professional international committees.



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  • Title: Sympathist
    Writing Type: Sketch / Art Talk
    Exhibition: SIGGRAPH Asia 2016: Mediated Aesthetics
    Abstract Summary:

    Sympathist attempts to explore scenery as imagined by our brains. In the installation of this bizarre illusion, the unique data and variables of brain waves cause changes in illusions, where brain activity is visualized like cyberspace. The digital age has made cyberspace possible. We devote most of our time into cyberspace to exchange information and knowledge with other people. The prevalence of mobile devices and virtual reality headsets demonstrates that we are getting closer to this illusory space. These thoughts directly influence our brain waves. The civilization which we are so proud of has instead led humanity increasingly further away from the environment. Our five senses, originally meant to accept natural frequencies, have been allured by uncoordinated artificial and digital frequencies, to the extent that we are forgetting our original feelings. People have fallen into the endless loop of cyberspace without realizing it.