Colleen Ludwig is an art and technology artist who works in sculpture and electronics to create interactive environments, videos and performances. She works in a variety of materials, but her core exploration regards the skin organ as a borderland between body and environment.  Her works uses natural elements such as heat, breeze, humidity and light to activate the senses and bring the body into direct relationship with its environment.

Ludwig’s work Shiver was shown in 2012 at the International Society of Electronic Artists Festival at the Albuquerque Museum in New Mexico. It was in solo exhibition at the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, NY in 2013-14. Ludwig’s work has been exhibited around North America including Houston, TX; Rock Hill, NC; Winnipeg, MB and Alexandria, VA. She received her MFA in Time and Interactivity from the University of Minnesota and her BFA in Film and Television from New York University. She was raised in Buffalo, NY and is currently an Associate Professor at Oakland University in metro Detroit.