Stewart Skylar Copeland is a transdisciplinary artist with a passion for emergent media, new narrative genres, and artistic research. His art often incorporates technology as a means to explore, dissect, and interrogate technological systems themselves. Collaboration across disciplines plays a major role in his practice, particularly in the field of science where he often works with ecologists, engineers, and wildlife management personnel.
Stewart received his BA in Film Production at Webster University and his MFA in Digital + Media at the Rhode Island School of Design. He taught New Media at the University of Illinois, and in the Landscape Architecture Department at the Rhode Island School of Design. He currently lives in Albuquerque where he is a professor in Experimental Art & Technology at the University of New Mexico.