I am excited to see my interactive piece, “Visualizing Digital Seriality, or: All Your Mods Are Belong to Us,” out now in the latest issue of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. This is by far the most technically demanding piece of scholarship I have ever produced, and it underwent what is possibly the most rigorous peer-review process to which any of my published articles has ever been subject. If you’re interested in data visualization, distant reading techniques, network graphing, critical code studies, game studies, modding scenes, or Super Mario Bros. (and who doesn’t like Super Mario Bros.?), check it out!
Poster for the Network Ecologies exhibition, which pairs Rebecca Norton‘s affine geometry-based work with the data-driven, generative, and AR-enhanced pieces that Karin and I have assembled under the title “Making Mining Networking.”
Opening event next Monday, April 20, 2015:
All events in the Edge Workshop Room unless otherwise specified
2:00: Exhibit Opens (Edge Open Lab), Artists available for questions
3:00 Formal events begin: Welcome & Introduction
3:30 Artist Talk, Shane + Karin Denson + Q&A
4:00 Artist Talk, Rebecca Norton + Q&A
4:30 Mini Hands-on Digital Arts Workshop with Artist Rebecca Norton – make your own digital affine image!
Reception to follow.
More info here: http://sites.duke.edu/digital/training-events/