Connecting artistic ideas and procedural methods across disciplines, over time and in the studio Michael Shiloh, Margaretha Haughwout, J.D. Zamfirescu-Pereira The Open Collaboration Lab is a hub for the study and practice of collaboration as it pertains to procedural art and algorithmic processes at California College of the Arts. This project emerges out of […]
This summer I taught a series of Electronic Arts classes at The Palo Alto Arts Center in Palo Alto, Ca. We had art shows at the end of each week of the two, displaying all of our creations. We made very simple circuits and built them out using lots of found materials, construction paper and […]
Spring 2015: [ the course website ] and [ courses taught ] What should be in the toolkit for an artist working with new media? What do artists need to know, what skills do they need to have and what contexts are they working in? What is the 21st-century shaping up to be? With crises […]
I am excited to teach two new courses at California College of the Arts this Spring 2015. I will be teaching an Introduction to Electronics course and an Advanced Topics in Logic and Art course, both out of the Critical Studies/ Math and Science division. Syllabi coming soon.
This Spring, I am teaching The History of New Media at the Film and Digital Media Department of the University of California Santa Cruz. We work to interpret how technological history gets written in the face of certain ideas of information and definitions of freedom: in what context, by whom, and in the service of […]
On top of the Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district: We explore what an inquiry – based learning model might look like for the study of herbalism. Can we trust what our senses tell us? Students observe the creamy smoothness of Calendula officinalis, the serrated teethiness of the petal’s tips, the crunchiness of […]
In the Film and Digital Media Department of the University of California Santa Cruz. visit: [the course website]