Jason Bernagozzi

               Video, Sound, New Media Art


Jason Bernagozzi is an artist and technologist living and working in Colorado. Their work seeks to deconstruct and remix the cultural codes embedded within the psyche of an increasingly mediated world. To achieve this, a central feature of their practice is the creation of video software and hardware used as a real time instrument for improvisational exploration. In particular, they are interested in the emergent properties of image processing as a vehicle for a critical examination of the power structures embedded within information technologies. 

Bernagozzi’s work has been supported through numerous grants and awards from organizations such as the New York State Council for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts and has been exhibited nationally and internationally at exhibitions such as the European Media Art Festival in Osnabruk, Germany; the Festival Les Instants Vidéo Numériques et Poétiques in Marsaille, France; the Ilman Museum of Art in Seoul, South Korea and the Currents New Media Festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


Jason is also a co-founder of the experimental media art non-profit organization Signal Culture. Since 2014, Signal Culture has given residencies for over 400 artists, toolmakers and researchers from 26 countries and 34 states. Bernagozzi sees Signal Culture as an extension of their practice, facilitating the opportunity to hack, program and reimagine the purpose of various technologies in a fluid, real-time studio that encourages cross disciplinary investigation and a critical relationship to mass media. In their role at Signal Culture, they are the author of the Signal Culture Modular Apps, a suite of video processing applications that are used by artists and in university curricula all over the world.

Jason is currently an Associate Professor of Electronic Art at Colorado State University.

CV available upon request


Jason (at) seeinginvideo.com

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