F. C. Zuke

F. C. Zuke
Brief bio: F. C. Zuke creates art experiences involving sound, video, interactive sculptures, light, darkness, and time. His works question the systems that humans establish, follow, and promote. His practice is informed by a background in music composition and sound design. Research is a significant element of his practice, specifically in the fields of systems theory, psychology, epistemology, history, music theory and composition, and the digital humanities. He currently teaches in the Expanded Media area in the Department of Visual Art at the University of Kansas.

Participant in
The Wake Up! Memorial – Corona! Shut down?
Title of video: Liminal Senses, 2018, 5:00
Synopsis: Liminal Senses explores the intersection of human and machine bodies, the ways in which machines have changed our physical existences, and the role that technology plays in mediating human connections. The visual material is comprised of fragmented body parts, nature footage, and close-ups of a robot built by the artist. The sounds in the work were collected from field recordings of wind and electronic sounds discovered through disassembling electronic devices and hacking their circuit boards.