Kate Sicchio is an assistant professor, Dance and Media Technologies, at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a choreographer, media artist, and performer whose work explores the interface between choreography and technology with wearable technology, live coding, and real time video systems.
Her work has been shown internationally in many countries including the United States, Germany, Australia, Belgium, Sweden, and the UK at venues such as PS122 (NYC), Banff New Media Institute (Canada), V&A Digital Futures (London). She co-edited the book Intersecting Art and Technology in Practice: Techne/Technique/Technology (Routledge) with Dr. Camille Baker. She has given invited talks at EU Parliament, Eyeo, Resonate, Node Code, Expo ‘74 and countless universities and events across the globe. She has presented work at many conferences and symposia including SIGCHI, ISEA, ACM Creativity and Cognition, Digital Research in Humanities and Arts, and Dance Studies Association.
Sicchio earned her B.F.A. from the University of the Arts, M.A. from the University of Hull, and Ph.D. from the University of East London.