Tomi Slotte Dufva
Research units & titles
- Lecturer Department of Art - Teaching staff
Artistic and research interests
Tomi Slotte Dufva (Doctor of Art) works as a university lecturer at Aalto University, School of Arts, Design, and Architecture, specialising in emerging practices within art education. Slotte Dufva also works as an artist focusing primarily on the intersections between art, technology and science. He has taught new media, interactive art and programming from primary schools to universities. He is the co-founder of art & craft school Robotti, which combines science and art education. Slotte Dufva’s research revolves around the topics of post-digital art education, embodied digitality, art and tech, as well as art and science studies, code literacy, media literacy, critical pedagogy, digital feminism, and societal, philosophical and cultural issues in AI research and machine learning.
Master of Arts, Bergen Academy of Arts and Design, Norway, MA1 Aug 2004 - 31 May 2006
- Code, programming, Creative coding, floss, code literacy, Media Art, Media literacy, Art Education, Artificial intelligence, futures studies, post-digital, digitality, digi-grasping, embodied digitality, interactive art, philosophy of the digital