tag: new media

Computers Watching Movies

Computers Watching Movies (Exhibition Cut)computationally-produced HD video with stereo audio(please play full screen) Computers Watching Movies shows what a computational system sees when it watches the same films that we do. The work illustrates this vision as a series of …

Third Person

Our technological environment is increasingly populated by artificially intelligent systems, such as those built into our phones and search engines.¬†These systems seek to predict our needs and to support our desires.¬† We ask these systems questions and they tell us …

Facebook Demetricator in ‘The Public Private’ curated by Christiane Paul

Facebook Demetricator will be part of The Public Private, curated by Christiane Paul and held at Parsons in NYC

Protocols of Looking

Our conventions of behavior in social situations have been honed over thousands of years of human interaction. Respect personal space. Speak in a moderate volume. Don’t stare. These protocols serve many functions in civilized society, whether it’s to avoid confrontation, …

Reload The Love!

Software now facilitates many aspects of daily life, whether it’s your phone, your car, your bank, or your refrigerator. Though immaterial, software is still a designed object created by humans. I’m interested in how those designs serve its creators, as …

Interactive Robotic Painting Machine

Introduction Machine in an Exhibition Context (w/ video) Head Swap: Collaborative Work for Violin and Painting Machine (w/ video) How It Works Paintings Photographs Related Content Introduction Our everyday interactions are increasingly mediated by technology, be they mobile phones, chat …

Personal Depersonalization System at Figure One in August

Watch my latest work run live at this exhibition space in downtown Champaign, IL.

Personal Depersonalization System

Every phrase you search, every link you click, and every path you follow is databased, profiled, and indexed so that Google and other data tracking companies can develop a refined portrait of who they think you are—or more importantly, what …

Variable Mirror at Anka Gallery in April

My work Variable Mirror has been accepted into the PXL show at the Anka Gallery in Portland, OR. The PXL show is about work that explores the impact of the pixel on the world.

Finding Your Voice

If you don’t speak will anyone see you? Do surveillance technologies modify the way we speak or think about ourselves in public? What happens if we can see conversation dynamics? Will it change the conversation? This work, titled Finding Your …

Speed of Reality

The pace of cuts in reality TV has been steadily increasing, and now often obfuscates the content it presents. In fact, this increase is common throughout temporal media and has been accelerating for years. I’m interested in the potential effects …

Flexible Pixels

The pixel is the fundamental unit of digital imaging, a square representation of a single color. Pixels are always the same size, and always arranged in orderly grids. This project looks at what happens when you change these universally agreed …