• Dominique Moulon

    Faculty, Art, Media, and Technology

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    Dominique Moulon studied visual art at the Fine Art School of Bourges and holds a Master's Degree in aesthetics, science and technology of the University of Paris 8. Member of the Observatory of Digital Worlds in Humanities, of the International Association of Art Critics, of the Opline Prize for contemporary art and founder of, he also writes articles for Digital Mcd, Art Press, The Seen and Neural. He is the Artistic Director of the media art fair Show Off Paris. Dominique Moulon teaches new media at ECV and EPSAA. He has also been a regular guest professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, The Fresnoy and the University of Paris 8.

    His book, Contemporary New Media Art, was published in French by Nouvelles Editions Scala in 2011 and in English as an electronic book in 2013. He is currently doing research at the laboratory Art & Flux (CNRS) of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne while preparing his next book on the relationship between art, technology and society. As an expert in digital cultures, he is also invited by some companies such as SFR, Accenture, Drouot, Renault, l’Oréal, Google or Axa to give lectures.

    Current Courses:

    History of Art, Media & Tech (Fall 2019)