Presenting Deep Hysteria at Anthropology of Consciousness Conference

Just a quick update: I’ll be presenting a short paper/talk on Deep Hysteria – and the concerns behind it – at the Association for the Anthropology of Consciousness conference April 9th. (I’ll unfortunately have to attend remotely). I’ll be on the panel, Art and Media at the Technology/Consciousness Nexus coordinated by Nicholas Long. Looking forward … Read more

theBot included in Rhizome’s SEED

When you’ve been at something for a long time, you start forgetting what you did all those years ago, so it’s really nice when other people remember. So, it’s a super honor that the Rhizome folks included theBot from back in 2000, in their generative art history SEED. Ramble on! -theBot

Deep Hysteria in “Attention! Please Scan!” at Sojourner, NYC (Opens 7/23)

The amazing Ash Zhang has curated “Attention! Please Scan!” at Sojourner in New York. All the work in the gallery will be embodied in QR codes (among other things), and I’m honored to have Deep Hysteria included. If you’re in New York, swing by for the opening Sunday evening!

Deep Hysteria in xCoAx 2023 (Weimar + Online)

Pdazzled that Deep Hysteria will be in xCoAx 2023 this week. The projects in the exhibition will be available online through the xCoAx website. With mental health on lots of folks’ minds this Fireworks Day, might be a good time to think about the complicated relationship between stereotypes and real mental health issues for men, … Read more

New Work! Deep Hysteria. (B-Side: I asked an AI for)

I always feel awkward about self-promotion, but… I made some new work! It’s still image work, which I think is a first for me. Two projects, two sides of generative deep learning. The A-side (Deep Hysteria) is a major work. It involved (re)training custom Stylegan models, collecting and analyzing data, and various other rather time-consuming … Read more

Creative Artificial Intelligence Panel at UC San Diego, Friday 4/7

FYI! Jon Paden, Henrik Christensen and I will be on a panel Friday afternoon (4/7) at UCSD. Organized by Hortense Gerardo. You can register at the link below (free!). Includes screening of Coded Bias.

“What the Robot Saw” screening in Berlin coming up

Jazzed that “What the Robot Saw” will be installed in the Berlin portion of rencontres internationales paris/berlin. Place: Haus der Kulturen der Welt Date: Sunday 21 August – From 12pm to 3pm – Temporary exhibition – HKW Auditorium Info at: Find the full program at: