Courtney Starrett

Courtney Starrett is associate professor at Texas A&M University in the Department of Visualization and holds the Harold L. Adams ‘61 Interdisciplinary endowed Professorship in Visualization. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, is included in permanent collections at the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte, NC, and Center for Contemporary Art & Culture at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR, and has been published in print in periodicals and books such as Metalsmith MagazineHow Design Magazine, Taiwan Craft MagazineArt Jewelry MagazineCast: Art and Objects, 500 Necklaces, and 500 Plastic Jewelry Objects.

Courtney’s innovative design workflow utilizing data as a raw material as a base for the design of 3-dimensional objects, data materialization, has been published in a leading journal on the application of science and technology to arts and music: Leonardo (MIT Press) and cited in forthcoming the Handbook on Human Computer Interaction (Springer; 1st ed.2023) chapter on Data Physicalization (Dragicevic, Jansen, and Vande Moere, 2019). She has served as an ACM SIGGRAPH volunteer on conference planning committees and subcommittees for more than a decade in roles such as the 2014 Studio chair, the 2019 Emerging Technologies chair, and the 2022 Community Engagement chair.