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Danielle Siembieda - Alter Eco Artist

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. 

Danielle Siembieda is a systems artist practicing at the intersection of community, emerging technology, and the environment. She has been an artist in residence at the University of Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, home of the Genome Browser, through UCSC’s Arts Research Open Lab.  Her social impact company, Art Inspector: Saving the Earth by Changing Art, founded in art, has received funding from Silicon Valley Energy Watch. She has worked with municipalities, including the City of San Francisco Department of Environment, to help artists work healthier and safer. She is also a member of the Ocean Memory Project, a collective of artists and scientists looking at what happens below water. Her work has been presented globally, including the 01SJ Biennial in the heart of Silicon Valley, the National Gallery in Copenhagen, and exhibiting artists with Cyfest. Siembieda holds an MFA in Digital Media Art at San Jose State University at the CADRE Laboratory for New Media, focusing on green technology and sustainable materials. Outside her artistic career, she is helping grow the creative economy and cultural engagement in Silicon Valley with the City of San Jose. She is the former Chief Creative Officer of Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology.

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