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Gibson/Recoder Live Cinema Performance at CMU, Wed. March 3

Live cinema artists, Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder will make a public performance and presentation next Wednesday at CMU! My lab, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, once again partners with Professor Melissa Ragona to bring an artist lecture/performance to Pittsburgh this spring. Coming up next Wednesday (March 3) at 6:30pm is an event featuring Sandra […]

Eric Singer Lecture/Performance at CMU, Wed. Feb. 17th

Robotics artist Eric Singer will make a public lecture/performance next Wednesday at CMU!The lab I direct, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, is partnering with Professor of Art Melissa Ragona to bring a series of artist lecture/performances to Pittsburgh this spring. Coming up next Wednesday (February 17th) at 6:30pm is a presentation by […]

Contestational Cartographies Symposium, January 28-30 at CMU!

From January 28-30 I’ll be co-hosting Contestational Cartographies, a symposium at CMU about critical and technocultural approaches to maps. Guest presenters include experimental geographer, Trevor Paglen; radical cartographer Lize Mogel; tactical media artist Rich Pell; concept architect Pablo Garcia; visualization researcher Chris Harrison; artist Susanne Slavick, ecologist/activist Jessica McPherson, and others. The event is co-organized […]

Golan’s 2009 TED Talk, online

The TED Conference just posted a 15’33” online video of my February 2009 presentation today. Happily, the TED organization also permits their videos to be shared and embedded under a Creative Commons licence: TED kindly provides the same video for download in additional formats as well:Zipped MP4 video file / Podcast MP4 video for iTunes. […]

Art and Code recap!

I’ve finally recovered from directing ART AND CODE, a conference about “programming environments for artists, young people, and the rest of us” that we held at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh from March 6-9th. The conference featured 26 workshops in 11 different arts-programming languages, and lecture presentations by fifteen or so of the key innovators […]