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My work is steeped in the tradition of appropriating technologies for expressive and critical means. Over the past years I have developed the idea of technology support as a cultural endeavor. I understand my work as a supporting system; the kind of support technology really needs today. My work fuses analytical techniques of problem solving common to the engineering sciences with intuitive processes of problem making typical of art practice. My work focuses on new forms of authorship created in collaborations between machines and sentient beings.
(2009-05-04)"Make Language" is a contribution to diversity in machine cultures. The project brings synthetic languages into the domain of cultural intervention.
(2009-04-01)Amy and Klara's Friends must find speech acts and content befitting of synthetic systems. They must help us find out what machines, now that they have found speech, should really be telling us. Amy and Klara's Friends ...