FACULTY> LES DUFFIELD
Collegiate Assitant Professor, Creative Technologies
Office: 350 Henderson Hall
Lesley Duffield is an interdisciplinary artist and theorist. He practices and teaches across the areas of documentary, installation, experimental video, animation, 3D computer graphics, and critical theory. Centering around themes of play, his past projects and scholarship have investigated the ludic as a means of mediating the complex intersections of power, privilege, and representation; the role of play in generative systems; serious play in collaboration; embodied play as a means of recreating personal narrative and memory; the family; ecology and memory.
Les received his MFA in Digital Art from Indiana University Bloomington in 2016 and has exhibited work in Alaska, Iceland, Indiana, The Instagram, and The Internet. He is also currently the Academic Support and Administrative specialist for both the BFA and MFA in Creative Technologies in the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech. Reach out to him if you hav e any questions about the program.