Mary Franck

Mary Franck

Mary Franck is a media artist who uses real-time video in installation and performance to embody themes of memory, contemplation, alienation and obsession.

Since 2010 Mary has worked as a media developer creating urban-scale projection-mapping and immersive media systems and content. She worked as a Senior Interactive Engineer at Obscura Digital developing custom show systems for events, including the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Illumination. She worked with Bot & Dolly and [Name the Machine] to make custom AV software for Bassnectar and Beck.

She holds a B.A. in Conceptual and Information Art from SFSU. Her art has been presented at the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, CounterPULSE, Z-Space, Joyce SoHo, YBCA, Soundwave Biennale, Mutek Festival, and the Société des Arts Technologiques. She has lectured and lead workshops at Carnegie Mellon University, Arizona State University, FITC, INST-INT and the Da Vinci Creative festival in Seoul. Currently she studies in the Emerging Systems, Technology and Media program at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles.