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Diane Gromala «Living Book of the Senses»
Diane Gromala, «Living Book of the Senses», 2000
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 Diane Gromala

Diane Gromala is Associate Professor in the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture, and adjunct faculty in Industrial Design. Her graduate and undergraduate degrees are from Yale University and the University of Michigan, respectively. Between degrees, she worked as a designer and art director in the corporate realm, including Apple Computer, Inc. Her work as an artist, designer, theorist, and curator in the field of Electronic Art focuses on how artistic configurations of technologies—from VR to biomedical devices—can provoke a new awareness and understandings of our senses. Then I put that experimental research to pragmatic use in new approaches to interface design.
Diane Gromala