Marjan MOGHADDAM is an award-winning, pioneering, digital artist and animator, who works primarily with 3d Computer Graphics, motion capture of performance, and digital media for animation, net art, print, sculpture, installation, AR and VR. Her work has been exhibited extensively at international galleries, museums and festivals, in addition to curated exhibits at the Armory Show in NYC and Art Basel Miami. Ms. Moghaddam’s work has also been an official selection of the prestigious Siggraph Computer Animation Festival and art gallery 4 times, including the Siggraph CG03, 30 Years of Computer Art Gallery and international, travelling exhibition. Her pioneering virtual reality installation, the Box, was grabbed from Soho galleries for Internet pioneer Josh Harris’ offices at Jupiter Communications in the 1990s. Hailed as a “trailblazer in the world of digital art” by the Herald Tribune, her Augmented Reality Art has been exhibited at museums such as the Smithsonian. She is a Full Professor of Computer Graphics, Animation and Virtual Media at the Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University.