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 to 2010) collaborative research project held by Nell Tenhaaf of the York University Visual Arts Department and Melanie Baljko of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. This project is 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.