Hopkins Duffield is a Toronto-based collaborative duo who work together in a variety of mediums, including audio, video, installation, electronics, gaming, and performance. Both separately and together, the two of them draw from experiences working within the Toronto arts, education, gaming, and maker communities, and have been exploring ways to combine both new and familiar mediums with artistically technological practices into fun and interactive intermedia projects. While light-hearted fun and openly blog-logged technical exploration are at the core of their projects, they also approach their collaboration as a vehicle for examining deeper concerns, curiosities, and wonderment for how technology influences our behaviour and interacts with prevailing understandings of our society’s functionality.
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Kyle Duffield is a Toronto based intermedia artist and interactive designer. His skill sets range from audio, video, electronics, programming, gaming, and technically complex A/V setups which he draws from to create immersive interactive installations. Kyle is continuing to work in a variety of mediums and is currently focusing on producing and teaching interactive art.
Daniele Hopkins is a Toronto based intermedia artist and Geckomonkey Extraordinaire who enjoys communicating perspectives and experiences through the manipulation of disparate tool sets. She has taken a surrealistic approach to audio/video compositions, atmospheric and sculptural installations, ballpoint pen illustrations, as well as the creation and adaptation of game worlds and interfaces.