lo-fi_sculpture Lo-fi features the study of heterogeneous populations of agents. It is a process of building an interactive A-life artwork in the context of a multi-year (2005 and ongoing) collaborative research project held by Nell Tenhaaf of the York University Visual Arts Department and Melanie Baljko of the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. This project has been funded by the New Media Initiative, a joint program of the Canada Council for the Arts and NSERC, as well as the SSHRC Research/Creation Grant program.