Course Description: This is a course for critically engaging with technology through making and theory. Starting from Marshall McLuhen’s seminal analysis of the ways media configure the human sensorium, we will build on sound and moving image to explore the ways computation today operates on levels above or beyond human perception. We will draw from new media art, politics, and media theory to engage with technology by focusing on computation as media, medium, and material for artistic production and critique.

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S 2022

Duke University, co-taught with Quran Karriem.
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Summer 2020 

Duke University (online). 
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F 2020, F 2019

Duke University

Stony Brook University