Aleksandra Dulic, PhD

Associate Professor

Creative Studies, Media Studies, Visual Arts
Other Titles: New Media, Video, Drawing, 2D
Office: CCS 171
Phone: 250.807.9771

Graduate student supervisor

Research Summary

Visual art, new media, video, drawing 2D; media for social change; climate change; interactive art; experience design.

Courses & Teaching

Visual Art; Media Studies; Digital Media


Dr. Aleksandra Dulic is an artist-scholar working at the intersections of interactive multimedia installation and live performance with research foci in cross-cultural media performance, interactive animation and computational poetics. She has received a number of awards for her short animated films and interactive media works. Her work is widely presented in exhibitions, festivals, conferences and television broadcasts across Europe, Asia and North America.  These works include films, animated media performances, interactive computer installations and software tools for interactive animation. She is active as an artist, curator, writer, educator, teaching courses, presenting and publishing papers across North America, Australia, Europe and Asia.


Researcher Profile


Research Interests & Projects

My research is centered on the creation of interactive systems and experiences that bring local, cultural and communal resources to the forefront. One thread of my research involves the development of learning context and experiences using game play as a device for sustainability awareness grounded in local ecology. Another thread is the research in interactive installation with multi-channel audio-visual displays that enable the creation of complex community images. The final thread is developing interactive systems and animated projection experiences that are staged and erformed live. These three threads of research intersect in the idea of interactive art as a place for community reflection.


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