Born in Boston, MA, Aisen Caro Chacin is a regenerating composition of cells that produce a woman, a Venezuelan, a Spaniard, an U.S. American, and an animal whose patterns of migration are not based on seasons, but rather chance, chaos, and opportunity.
Her curiosity led her to research the intersecting fields of art, science, and technology driven by conceptual forms of inquiry and design thinking resulting in functional prototypes. Her work has been exhibited in at the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference, The New York Hall of Science, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Maker Faire, and Dorkbot.
Soaking with a sculpture background, her sponge soaked in the MFA Design and Technology program at Parsons, NYC Spring 2013. Now she focuses on Human Computer Interaction HCI- designing new interfaces for information display. How do we perceive the world; and what are the limits of visual digital media? Her intent has been to explore dislocated, unplotted, un-assigned ideas and interactivity.
Featured as an inventor in Future Tech by Discovery Channel, and awarded Nov 2012 Project of the Month by PopSci, she looks forward to finding other suspended disbeliefs in her pocket.
She is also a bucket of ideas open to merge and exchange with other buckets.