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The areas central to my art practice are in communications and behavioral modeling. The use of protocol to control interactive communications between living things and machines is a common theme for my work. I consider a cybernetic engagement to be a type of networked situation, which includes living and non-living elements as the means to organize and activate information. What I am interested in is how communications may affect the components of a network and how the network develops a programmable culture as a result. By programmable culture, I mean that the culture of networks is not static but relative to the engagement of actors within them.