Adrienne Matheuszik is a multidisciplinary artist primarily focused on digitally based mediums, She lives in Toronto, Ontario. She has a Graduate Certificate in Digital technologies in Design Art Practice from Concordia University where she received the Dora and Avi Morrow Fellowship for Excellent Achievement in Visual Arts, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from University of Ottawa. She is currently enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Masters of Art, Media and Design at OCAD. Matheuszik has shown work in Canada and the United States.
Matheuszik is currently investigating issues of interactivity and subjectivity through interactive video, sculpture and installation. Often combining physical computing and video, her work parses the boundaries between the physical and digital. In her research, she is focused on the formal and material qualities of new media art and interactive art, and how to use these qualities to create meaningful interactions and unique experiences. Matheuszik is interested in creating works that question and expand ideas of subjectivity by using electronics and video to activate objects. Her work attempts to influence the viewer’s interaction with the piece to investigate the relationship between viewer and object.