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Dana Karwas

Former Adjunct, Alumni, Class of 2005

Courses Taught: Metaforms
Thesis

Dana Karwas is an artist whose work is rooted in architecture and extends to the edges of social systems and technical dimensions. She has taught classes on interactive media at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, at NYU/Poly's Integrated Digital Media Program, at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, and at Harvestworks digital media center in NYC. Dana's commissions have been shown at the Chelsea Art Museum, The Boston Museum of Science, The London Festival of Architecture, The DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival, The University Club NYC, Knoll International Paris, The Museum of Television and Radio NYC, The International Contemporary Furniture Fair NYC, Knoll International Paris, Malin+Goetz NYC, Karkula Gallery NYC, The Cycling 74 Max/MSP/Jitter Conference in San Francisco, The Malin + Goetz Store NYC, Felissimo Design House NYC, and the Center for Architecture NYC.

Dana holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the School of Architecture, Design, and Planning at the University of Kansas. She completed her master's degree at ITP, with a focus on integrating media into architectural spaces.

Dana is the co-founder of WIKA Studio, a creative digital production studio. www.wikastudio.com