Last weekend I presented on feminized and disembodied technologies at Brandeis University’s “Technology and the Human” conference. Sarah Brown (Concordia English MA) and I were the entirety of the panelm “Sexing Technology,” and our papers were well-received and inspired quite a bit of discussion. One reason why we drove six hours in the dark and endured […]

I’ve seen Tino Sehgal’s work twice now, live, and live is the only way you can see it. The first live piece I saw was This Variation at dOCUMENTA 13, and the second live piece was an exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin, which involved a haunting performance called Ann Lee, performed by a young […]

Recently, I sat down with Jason Lewis, founder of the OBX Laboratory for Experimental Media. We discussed how OBX conceptualizes itself and what the lab produces, as well as Lewis’s background in industrial research. I also got a chance to play several of the interactive poetry games that research associates of the lab worked with […]