Artist Drue Kataoka (www.Drue.Net) creates at the crossroads of art and technology. Having integrated ancient Japanese brush painting techniques with brainwave installations, mirrors, and even time dilation, her work spans disciplines. In 2008, she created art for the first art exhibit in zero gravity at the International Space Station. Kataoka was named a Cultural Leader and Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, & invited to give a solo exhibition at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos. Her recent work has been featured on CNN, CBS, ABC, FOX, Barrons, Wired Magazine and others. She is a recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research & Education Institute's award for social service, and is a co-founder of Aboomba (www.aboomba.com), the platform for Intelligent Style. Kataoka is a graduate of Stanford.