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Working at the intersection of emerging technology, community, and the environment.

San Francisco Bay Area

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Danielle Siembieda is a systems artist whose work boldly navigates the intersection of community, emerging technology, and environmental sustainability.


Her past experience includes a distinguished residency at the University of Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, home of the Genome Browser, her pioneering contributions were further amplified through UCSC’s Arts Research Open Lab. As the founder of Art Inspector: Saving the Earth by Changing Art, Siembieda has garnered significant support, including funding from Silicon Valley Energy Watch, underscoring her innovative impact on the art world. As a member of the Ocean Memory Project, she seamlessly blends art and science to explore the mysteries beneath the ocean's surface. Siembieda's work has graced prestigious venues worldwide, from the 01SJ Biennial in Silicon Valley to the National Gallery in Copenhagen and Cyfest exhibitions.

Holding an MFA in Digital Media Art from San Jose State University, with a focus on green technology and sustainable materials, Siembieda's academic foundation complements her practical achievements. Her expertise extends to collaborations with municipalities like the City of San Francisco Department of Environment, where she has championed healthier and safer practices for artists and consulting with recognized institutions, including SFMOMA. Beyond her artistic endeavors, she plays a pivotal role in cultivating the creative economy and enhancing cultural engagement in Silicon Valley through her work with the City of San José. Her tenure as Chief Creative Officer of Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST) further cements her status as a leader in the fusion of art and science.

Learn more about Danielle



Creative Work in Sustainability


Leading experts in art and sustainability. Helping transform cultural institutions through environmental performance.



The projects I worked on have an aspect of human behavioral change connected to the environment, energy, and technology.


Creating the most extensive Bay Area data set of alternative art materials for several fine arts mediums 

 Siembieda & Associates have industry experience in addressing the gap between the creative sector, decarbonization, and the circular economy of art making. 


Land, Genomics, and Technology
At Telematic Media Arts
323 10th St. @ Folsom (SoMa), San Francisco, CA 94103
415-336-2349 | @tttelematiccc

May 11th - July 13th, 2024

Opening Reception:  Sat, May 11th, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Closing Reception: Sat. July 13th, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Regeneration, Art, and Architecture
Co-presented by Art + Climate Action
Panel Discussion, featuring Danielle Siembieda, John Randolph, and Vic Etienne
Thursday, June 13th, 7:00 - 9:00 pm (PDT)
Register to Attend: Here!

Transgenomic Multi-Organisms
Presented in conjunction with Roy Ascott’s conference on The Chimæric Mind
Instagram Live with Danielle Siembieda’s Digital Avatar, Jean Gnome, in conversation with a Kquuanian Tardigrade embodied by Alexandra Dementieva, and a Transgenic Human embodied by Adam Zaretsky.
On Instagram Live - July 5th, 8am (PDT)

Building User Response Gadgets

M.F.A. Digital Media Art with an Emphasis on Green Technology San Jose State University

Curating Art After New Media – Professional Development CourseUniversity of Sunderland, February 2020London, U.K. Deep Fakes courseBaltan Laboratories and Thoughtworks Arts, November 2020Virtual​

Leading experts in art and sustainability. Helping transform cultural institutions through environmental performance.

Leading experts in art and sustainability. Helping transform cultural institutions through environmental performance.

Danielle Siembieda

Danielle is an Art Practitioner creating works in the intersection of technology and the environment. Her experience bridges the gap between arts marketing, curation and practice. Her portfolio of work spans out into Social Practice, Institutional Critique, Bio Art, Eco Art, New Media and Intervention Art.

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