Curriculum Vitae: Jenny Torino

Education:

Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition, New York University, New York, NY, 2006

Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, 2000

 

Teaching:

Rhode Island Museum of Art and Science (RIMOSA) 10/2012-8/2015

Jenny Torino has lead hands on art/science programs for children at libraries and schools in Rhode Island. Some of the programs include Animation, Electric Dough and Light, Color and Technology.

 

Group Exhibitions:

“Abstract: No Boundaries,” SUNY Orange Cultural Council, Orange Hall Gallery, Middletown, NY, 2018

“Triggered”, Milkweed Gallery, Sugarloaf NY, 2018

“Art Speaks Group Show” The Wurks Gallery, Providence, RI, 2017

“Carrefour: Intersections of Biomedical Research and Art”, Sol Koffler Gallery/Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, 2013

 

Torino:Margolis Performances: 

“Synesthesynth”

Dusklit Interactive Performance Art Festival, Seligmann Center, Sugar Loaf, NY 2018


“Action Potential:Interact”

       *Morbid Anatomy, Brooklyn, NY, 2010

       *Dixon Place, New York, NY, 2010

       *Bent Festival 2010, Brooklyn, NY, 2010 

 

“Action Potential”

       *Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, NY, 2010

       *Hybrid Geographies, SUNY Stony Brook, Long Island, NY, 2010

       *Kunsthal Museum of Art/Landmark Pikselfest, Bergen, Norway, 2009

       *Devotion Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2009                                                

       *Dorkbot @ Location One, New York, NY, 2009

       *The HIVE, Los Angeles, CA, 2009

 

“Signal Harvest”      

      *La Superette, New York, NY, 2008

      *ScrapCycle at Silent Barn, Ridgewood, NY, 2008

 

“Torino:Margolis and Loud Objects”

            *Bent Festival, New York, NY, 2008

 

“Duet by Proxy- Control:Consume:Connect”

      *Electric Lab Exhibition, Exit Art Gallery, New York, NY, 2007

 

“STIM”

      *Certain Movement Dance Festival, The Tank, New York, NY, 2007

      *West Side Dance Project, 2006

 

“Flux not Flux”

      *Fluxus Party, Monkeytown, Brooklyn, NY, 2006

 

“Naughty, Naughty! Reprise”           

      *Synthetic Pleasures Exhibition, MACY Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2004

 

“Getluckywithanemergingartist.com”

       *HEREart, Soho, New York, NY, 2003

 

“Force-Feed” Neuromuscular Sequencing       

      *Sunday New Genre at the WEB, New York, NY, 2002

 

“Naughty, Naughty!”         

      *POSTMASTERS Gallery, Chelsea, New York, NY, 2001

 

“Floating Body”         

      *August Art Festival at Raw Space, New York, NY, 2001

 

Torino:Margolis Artist in Residence

2009-2011 Residents

Interaction Art Incubator

Analogous Projects, New York, NY

Not-for-profit arts organization committed to emergence-as-art

 

Jenny Torino, Chair of Organisms and Biosystems Program for Analogous Projects 2010-2011

*Participated in Jury for International Computer Music Festival in New York City, June 2010

*Co curated BioWrong: a night of short film and live performance, 92nd Street Y, March 2011

 

Torino:Margolis Lectures/Presentations:

*Morbid Anatomy, Brooklyn, NY, June 2010

*School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art Dept, New York, NY, 2010-2011

*SUNY Stony Brook, Hybrid Geographies Festival, Long Island, NY, March 2010

*SITE Festival, Naxal Belt, Brooklyn, NY, March 2010

*New York University, Interactive Telecommunications Program, November 2009

*Dorkbot at Location One, New York, NY, October 2009

 

Torino:Margolis Press/Academic Writing:

Crocker, Abigail, “Beautiful Biology”, Our RISD: A Place to Show and Tell, http://our.risd.edu/post/54925335282/beautiful-biology, 7/2013.

 

Ma, Suzanne. “Electrified Artists Turn Movement into Sound.” DNAinfo Manhattan Local News. Available at: http://dnainfo.com/20091102/washington-heights-inwood/electrified-artists-transform-movement-into-sound, 11/2/09.

 

Burgess, Joanna, “Dorkbot-NYC Wins Again.” Science Channel NERDABOUT Blog. Available at: http://blogs.discovery.com/nerdabout_new_york/2009/10/dorkbot-wins-again.html , 10/09/09.

 

Your Blog About Town by Mark and Sharon, “Bent Festival Update: Day One,” L Magazine website. 11/20/08

 

Mayo S. Emergent Objects at the human-computer interface (HCI) a case study of artists’ cybernetic relationships and critical consciousness. The Online Journal of the New Media Caucus. 2005; 1 (1). Available at:

http://www.newmediacaucus.org/journal/issues/html_only/2005_fall/panels/human_machine/Fall05_Mayo.htm

 

Mayo, Sherry. “Synthetic Pleasures: Cybernetics in Studio Art Practice.” NY Arts. 2004; Vol 9. 5/6, p 11.

Available at: http://www.nyartsmagazine.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1792&Itemid=693

 

Work also Described in:

Gottshalk, Kurt, “On Site: Exhibitions, Performance Art, Installations etc.,” Wire Magazine, Issue 299, January 2009.

Shuster, Robert, “Shock Art,” Village Voice, October 2007.