Artist Jessica Gomula-Kruzic’s intermedia installation work employs the use of animation and video sequences projected into large scale installation environments which elicit viewer interaction and participation. Her work has been exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally, in traditional and non-traditional settings. She is professor of Time Based Media at California State University, Stanislaus.
You can see her most recent Delicious bookmarks, and the artistic influences in photos to the right.
Email: jgomula [AT] csustan [DOT] edu
- Fall 2010: New Love. Carnegie Arts Center, Turlock, California.
- 2009: Semantic Frottage, solo video installation. Modesto Art Museum / Mistlin Gallery, Modesto, California.
- 2008: Life’s Trantric Love Triangles. 21 Grand Gallery, Oakland, California.
- 2008: Infinite Transformations of Desire. University Gallery, California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, California.
- 2007: Love’s Receipts. Print / Photo Gallery, Truckee Meadows Community College, Truckee Meadows, Nevada.
- 2000: Transformations. University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.
Sound Director and Technical Advisor
Christopher Gomula-Kruzic is a manager of information by day and a digital asset artist by night. For more than 15 years he has been experimenting with sound and surveillance, creating compositions for performances, engineering mobile installations, and doing a bit of live DJ-ing along the way. Moving to Modesto in 2005, he has been inspired by events such as San Francisco ArtSFest. His performances and creations tend to use unusual perspectives, ranging from hidden video cameras to helium blimp surveillance.