"Mark Goulthorpe is an Associate Professor at MIT Dept of Architecture, teaching in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs, and undergoing research in digital design and fabrication.Susan Kozel combines dance and philosophy in the context of new media: in other words she works with bodies, ideas and technologies. Chris Salter is Concordia University Research Chair in New Media, Technology and the Senses, Co-Director of the Hexagram network, Director of the Hexagram Concordia Centre for Research and Creation in Media Art and Technology and Associate Professor, Computation Arts in the Department of Design and Computation Art at Concordia University, Montreal. Adam Greenfield, founder and managing director of Urbanscale, is a passionate advocate for the human-centered design of technological systems. Beatriz da Costa (06/11/1974 – 12/27/2012) was a Machine Artist and Tactical Media Practitioner. Brooke Singer engages technoscience as an artist, educator, nonspecialist and collaborator. Michelle Teran is a Canadian-born artist whose practice explores media, performance and the urban environment. Floating Points 3 in partnership with Emerson College will address the subject of 'Ubiquitous Computing' or 'Ubicomp,' where computing and wireless capabilities are so integrated into the fabric of everyday life (clothing, cars, homes, and offices) that the technologies recede into the background and become indistinguishable from everyday activities. Panel 1 will focus on responsive environments and systems, and Panel 2 will concentrate on networked devices such as barcodes and RFID tags and creative strategies to subvert the ever-enlarging practices of surveillance and data mining. Participants were Mark Goulthorpe, Susan Kozel, Chris Salter, Adam Greenfield, Beatriz da Costa and Brooke Singer (Preemptive Media), and Michelle Teran." -- From Turbulence
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Published in 2006 by Turbulence.
This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Jo-Anne Green and Helen Thorington in Spring of 2016.
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