tag: talks

Presenting at Theorizing the Web 2015

I’ll be at Theorizing the Web 2015 to talk about ScareMail on a panel focused on surveillance and the web.

Upcoming Invited Artist Talks and Workshops

This week I’ll be speaking at Beloit College as part of their Liability Labs Inc Residency, and at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Digital Humanities Lab sponsored by the Digital Arts and Culture program.

Guest Artist and Composer at NMSU Contemporary Arts Festival

On Friday 27 February I will be the guest artist and composer at the NMSU Contemporary Arts Festival

Upcoming Talk and Workshop at USC

Myself and Kevin Hamilton will present a workshop on the algorithmic nature of social media streams at the University of Southern California

Video of Presentation at ELO14

Video version of my presentation about ScareMail at the 2014 Electronic Literature Organization Conference.

A Few ScareMail Texts

A few ScareMail texts I read during a performance night at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference

Presenting at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference

I’ll be presenting ScareMail at the 2014 Electronic Literature Organization Conference.

Abstract for Theorizing the Web 2014

The abstract for my upcoming panel presentation at Theorizing the Web 2014

Presenting at Theorizing the Web 2014

I’m presenting about my work with Facebook Demetricator at Theorizing the Web 2014.

Video of Presentation at Unlike Us #3, Amsterdam

Video: Benjamin Grosser presented his work, Facebook Demetricator, at the Institute of Network Cultures’ Unlike Us #3 conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Conference Presentation at User-Public-Audience 2012

I’ll be delivering a paper presentation at User-Public-Audience 2012, a joint conference between the University of Illinois and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology on interdisciplinary and transnational approaches to research in media and digital cultures.

How Software Prescribes Behavior: Upcoming Talk at University of Arizona

Next week I’ll be giving an invited talk at the University of Arizona’s School of Information, Science, Technology, and the Arts (SISTA). The talk is titled ‘How Software Prescribes Behavior: Recent Artistic Projects and Research’.

New Statement, Upcoming Shows & Talks, General Update

While I haven’t posted here in a while, I have a lot of new projects in progress, and a number of events to announce. I’ll be showing my work at Land of Tomorrow in Lexington during the month of December, …