Gabriel Dunne’s work represents his continuous investigations of visual, audible, and physical frequencies of natural and technological perceptual and imperceptible realities. His process is based on sound, space, still and moving visual image, architecture, installation, sculpture, and utilizes custom software and hardware systems and performance tools. He is a San Francisco native, and has used computing creatively from a young age, creating art and music on his fathers’ Commodore 64 and Amiga computers as a toddler. His work has been shown at galleries and museums across the world, including NYMoMA, SIGGRAPH, Barcelona Festival Sonar, Interferenze Italia, and numerous publications. Dunne was in the founding cohort of Artist’s in Residence at Gray Area in 2009. He holds a degree in Design + Media Arts from UCLA.