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Daniel Peltz is an artist, researcher and educator. Through his site-responsive projects and media installations, Peltz explores social systems, attempting to provoke ruptures in the socio/cultural fabric through which new ways of being may emerge and be considered. To accomplish these goals, he uses a range of intervention, ethnographic and performance strategies. His projects often take the form of existing social systems [instant messaging protocols, karaoke bars, political campaigns, parking regulations, etc.] to directly engage non-art audiences in the language of critical art practice.
Peltz has also worked on a number of international research projects, including RISD.tv [2005-2008] exploring the potentials of networked media environments to develop dialogic video practices. Peltz is the co-director of the artist-run initiative Rejmyre Art LAB, Professor of Film/Animation/Video in the Fine Art Division of the Rhode Island School of Design and a Visiting Professor of Artistic Research at Stockholm University of the Arts.