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My article 'Touch as techne: rethinking digitality' has been just published in Digital Creativity...

My article ‘Touch as techne: rethinking digitality’ – which is about my research on ‘inner technologies’ has been just published in Digital Creativity  (in a  special edition on Arts and Ecology) Volume… 19 more words

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January - March News

March 2015

I am one of the participating artists in ‘Drawing Towards Sound’ curated by David Ryan.

Historical works by Artists: Pierre Boulez/ George Brecht/ Earle Brown/ James Brooks/ John Cage/ Cornelius Cardew/ Morton Feldman/ Iannis Xenakis… 252 more words

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Pictures from a recent talk I gave at 'Le Sujet Digital: Temporalités III, Université Paris VIII, November 12-14

For information on the bilingual conference on art, science and the digital/temporal subject, see: http://www.sujetdigital.labex-arts-h2h.fr/content/colloque-le-sujet-digital-2014-temporalit%C3%A9s

and for the programme:

http://www.sujetdigital.labex-arts-h2h.fr/sites/sujetdigital.labex-arts-h2h.fr/files/SD3-prog.pdf

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Some personal pics and descriptions from my time at CERN last November

After arriving at Geneva airport, I was picked up in this high speed TELSA electric car – complete with touch screen interface, voice command and some sort of hydraulic system – courtesy of CERN- (the car is somewhere in the astounding range of $150K).   447 more words

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One of my recent articles has just been published in the new peer reviewed art journal ELSE :)

ELSE – a peer-reviewed International Journal of Art, Literature, Theory and Creative Media has just released its first issue (issue 0) titled, ‘Trans-“What”?’. The publication responds to the question of what ‘Trans’ means within creative practice (and is visually stunning too). 45 more words

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The Hackathon @ The Port - CERN

I have just arrived back from participating in an amazing 3 day hackathon @ CERN in Geneva. In this post are some pictures of my team, the project (which is about improving land clearance of mines through improving communication between demeaning dogs and their handlers) and the presentation from day 3 of the hackathon @ The Port 2014 – 120 more words

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Traveling to CERN in the morning!

Really looking forward to meeting and working with the amazing people on my team – here is a link about the event: http://theport.ch/Team_2014.html
You can follow the event via twitter : @theportatcern @cern… 10 more words

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