My research focuses on the intersections between art, technology, and the sciences, with an emphasis on how the phenomena of perception are implemented as artistic media.
education and training
- Ph.D. in Art History, University of Chicago - (Chicago, Illinois, United States) 2009
- M.A. in Humanities, University of Chicago - (Chicago, Illinois, United States) 1999
- B.A. in Fine Art, Calvin College - (Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States) 1985
- Schuld, D. (2018). Minimal Conditions Light, Space, and Subjectivity. University of California Press.
- Albu, C., & Schuld, D. (2017). Perception and Agency in Shared Spaces of Contemporary Art. Routledge.
- Schuld, D. (2018). Beyond Method and Without Object: subject as inquiry in the Irwin-Wortz collaboration. Cateforis, D., Duval, S., & Steiner, S. (Eds.), Hybrid Practices Art in Collaboration with Science and Technology in the Long 1960s. University of California Press.
- Terranova, C. (2016). The Routledge Companion to Biology in Art and Architecture. The Routledge Companion to Biology in Art and Architecture. (pp. 285-302). Routledge.
- Schuld, D. (2013). Plato’s Shade: Embodying the Cave in Phenomenal Art. anker, S., & Flach, S. (Eds.), Embodied Fantasies: From Awe to Artifice (Series: Art – Knowledge – Theory). (pp. 99-114). Peter Lang.
- Schuld, D. (2010). Lost in Space: Consciousness and Experiment in the Work of Irwin and Turrell. Frigg, R., & Hunter, M. (Eds.), Beyond Mimesis and Convention. (pp. 221-244). Springer Netherlands.
- Schuld, D. (2005). Conspicuous Imitation: Reproductive Prints and Artistic Literacy in Eighteenth-Century England. Zorach, R., & Rodini, E. (Eds.), Paper Museums The Reproductive Print in Europe, 1500-1800. (pp. 101-125). University of Chicago David & Alfred.
awards and honors
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; Visualization; 3137 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3137