Jonathan Duckworth is a pioneering new media artist and founder of ZedBuffer. His interests focus on the design, interaction, presence, and psychological effects of digital environments, having specialized in the development of interactive 3D graphics for over nine years at the Virtual Reality Centre, RMIT University, Melbourne.
Duckworth holds a Bsc. Hons (1st Class) and Postgraduate Architectural degree from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and a Masters of Design (Industrial Design) from RMIT University. Duckworth is currently undertaking a PhD at the School of Media and Communication, RMIT.
He has collaborated extensively as an artist and designer in a number of large scale projects working at the Virtual Reality Centre, RMIT University, and continues to do so through ZedBuffer.
His digital art works and designs have been shown
nationally and internationally including group exhibitions, SuperHuman,
Melbourne (2009); Thinking Through the Body, Sydney, (2009); ReSkin, Canberra
(2007); White Noise, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne (2005).Unnatural
Selection, Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria (2004); Perceptual Difference,
Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth -BEAP04, John Curtin Gallery, Curtin University
of Technology, Perth, (2004).