Note: This page is not
further updated (as of February of 2009).
News (January 2011): It is currently
being ported over to my new web site,
This is the webpage of Andrés Colubri, Argentinean researcher,
programmer and computer artist. He has a doctoral degree in Mathematics
and did scientific research in computational biology as a postdoctoral
fellow at the University of Chicago.
His artistic interests move around the use of interactive real-time
graphics, computer aesthetics, and the interrelationship between
artistic expression and scientific thinking. His latest artistic work
deals with the exploration of the visual and expressive possibilities
brought forward by real time computer graphics and interactivity,
specially in the context of performance.
He was involved in several theater and performance projects back in
Argentina, where traditional acting and staging was blended with the
novel resources of digital projections and live visual interpretation.
He also worked in close collaboration with visual artists to create
interactive video installations and tools for live drawing. Since 2005
he has been actively involved in the development of moldeo, an open
source tool for live interpretation using images, video and real time
Now as a graduate student in the Design|Media Arts department at UCLA,
he looks forward to further investigate these topics, making use of his
background and knowledge as a researcher and graphics programmer.