James Duesing is a computer animator and video artist. His work has been exhibited throughout the world in venues as diverse as The Sundance Film Festival; PBS; SIGGRAPH; The Berlin Video Festival; MTV; Shanghai Animation Festival; Film Forum; the Seoul Animation Center and some of the finest rec rooms in the USA. His work is held in collections at The Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Goethe Memorial Museum, Tokyo; the UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles and The Israel Museum. His work has received much recognition including grants from Creative Capital, the National Endowment for the Arts, an American Film Institute Fellowship, an Emmy Award, the Deutscher Videokunstpreis, and a CINE Golden Eagle. He was featured on Absolut Vodka?s web site about the history of animation. He has been Co-Director of The STUDIO of Creative Inquiry a center for interdisciplinary collaboration in art and science projects. He currently is a professor in electronic and time-based art at Carnegie Mellon University?s School of Art.