Randy Moss

Randy Moss

Randy Moss is a software product designer and artist working in the area of interactive digital art. His work investigates what it is to be human through an exploration of movement and man-made artifacts. As an artist, he integrates the viewer into his work as an essential defining element. In some cases, the viewer modulates the work vis-a-vis her location in space; in other cases, the viewer is invited to submit drawings or pictures. As a software designer and engineer, Randy has created products for Electronic Arts, Sega, Ofoto, and Motorola. At Electronic Arts, he created an authoring system used by director John Sanborn to produce the interactive movie “Psychic Detective” which premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival. For Ofoto, he created a web-based interface used by customers to edit their photographs. Randy Moss holds a B.A. in Film and Television from the University of California at Los Angeles. He lives with his wife and two children in Seattle, Washington. This is his first solo exhibition.

New Media Gallery 2008-09 (with Byron Au Yong): Kidnapping Water: Bottled Operas

New Media Gallery 2003-04: dislocator


Overlapping circles of various sizes and various shades of white and grey on a black background. Two smaller overlapping red-tinted circles inside one of the larger white ones.

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