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kanarinka a.k.a Catherine D'Ignazio is a new media artist who creates collaborative experiments using texts, software, techniques from cartography, and the participation of the general public. kanarinka's current project is "The Institute for Infinitely Small Things" (www.infinitelysmallthings.net). a research organization whose mission is to find and create all of the infinitely small things in the world. Each research project at the Institute involves a set of texts, a guidebook, and a series of public expeditions to gather data, document and invent infinitely small things. The Institute is working towards a comprehensive map of the universe.

kanarinka is also the Co-Director of iKatun, a 501c3 collaborative group of artists and technologists, and the Associate Director of Art Interactive, Boston's premier new media arts space. kanarinka's work has been shown at MASSMoCA and the DCKT Contemporary Gallery in NYC among other locations. She is a 2005 candidate for an MFA degree in Studio Art from the Maine College of Art.