Currently a MFA Candidate at Carnegie Mellon School of Art, Michael Charles Neumann is currently making art about presence, immersion, and phenomenology in Virtual Reality (VR).  He has been in playful and critical engagement with the emerging technology of VR by sculpting physical and virtual bodies to find the limits of when and what is existence in the virtual world.  In his most recent body of work he creates a virtual body through a series of analog and digital procedures that question the boundaries of our bodies and experiences.

Michael currently enjoys living and working in Pittsburgh.

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