(I hate most photos of myself, but this one is pretty funny. I think I'm giving a side-eye to Brian House at a party.)

So who are you?

I'm just a person. I live on a small island off the coast of America. I wrote a book about finding the internet on the street.

I am terrible at being professionally legible and enough people have shamed me about this that I'm making an effort.

Wait But How Do You Make Money?

I do a range of things to make money. Sometimes I do residencies and fellowships, freelance writing words, freelance writing code, and sometimes sell things I’ve made. I also have a Patreon that helps cover the bills.

And, yes, I could always use more work. If you think I could be useful to your endeavors please get in touch at lifewinning@gmail.com.

The more professional-lists-of-things part of the resume page

Clips of freelance writing here


**Adjunct Faculty, Cooper Union 2018**

Co-instructor of a course on Machine Learning And Art, cross-listed in the art and engineering departments, taught with electrical engineering professor Sam Keene.

**Adjunct Faculty, Rhode Island School of Design 2017**

As co-instructor on Graduate Thesis Communications in the Industrial Design Graduate Studies program, I work with students on the required writing component of their thesis projects (all students are required to produce a book in conjunction with their final works).

**Instructor, School for Poetic Computation 2015-16**

While at SFPC I developed the course Architectural History of Computing, which began as one-day workshops and was extended into a course taught in the fall of 2016. Topics covered included technology supply chains, data center geography and politics, and local New York internet history.

Selected Exhibitions and Events

(asterisk indicates solo exhibition)

Future Perfect (conference organizer and editor of commissioned special projects, more here). Data & Society Research Institute, 7-8 June 2018.

Futureproof. (exhibition curator) Haverford College, PA. 27 October - 17 December 2017

Haunted Machines, Wicked Problems. Impakt Festival, NL. 25 October - 12 November 2017

The Glass Room. London, UK. 25 October - 12 November 2017

Infosphere. CENART, Mexico City, MX. 25 May - 3 September 2017

To Serve The National Interest. (commissioned project for Rhizome, produced in collaboration with Josh Begley and Seth Freed Wessler) Ace Hotel Gallery, New York, NY. 5 April - 28 April 2017

Evidentiary Realism. Fridman Gallery, New York, NY. 28 February - 31 March 2017

Reconnaissance.* Nome Gallery, Berlin, DE. September 17-November 11 2016

THE NEXT BIG THING IS NOT A THING: Surveying the Design Discipline. Bureau Europa, Maastricht, NL. March 5 - June 10 2016

Big Bang Data. Somerset House, London, UK. December 3, 2015 — March 20 2016

New Inc x Deep Lab. Ideas City Festival, New Museum, New York, NY. May 27 - 31 2015

Magick Codes. (conference organizer) Orbital, New York, NY. 6 December 2014

Strange Bedfellows. VisArts, Rockville, MD. October 17 – November 23 2014

Neuromast: Certain Uncertainty and Contemporary Art. Franklin Street Works, Stamford, CT. December 12, 2013-February 23 2014

States of Uncertainty.* Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA. November 2 - 30 2012

Future Studies.* Stella Elkins Tyler Galleries, Tyler School of Art Philadelphia, PA. October 6-16, 2011

You Are Here: Mapping The Psychogeography of New York City. Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY. September 23-November 6 2010

Selected Talks, Panels, and Workshops

“Light and Rocks.” Kikk Festival, 3 November 2017.

“Everybody Runs.” Data and Society Research Institute, 21 June 2017

“Apocalypse, Buffering.” Theorizing the Web (panel with Tim Maughan, Jade Davis, and Damien Williams), 8 April 2017

“Forever Noon on a Cloudless Day.” Sonic Acts Festival, 26 February 2017

“From Server Farm to Data Table.” 33rd Chaos Communication Congress, 29 December 2016

In The Realm Of Rough Telepathy. presentation with Meredith Whittaker at Rhizome's Seven on Seven conference, 14 May 2016

"Come With Me If You Want To Live." dconstruct Festival, 11 September 2015

"It Tends to Annihilate Distance." Eyeo Festival, 3 June 2015

"Under Its Spell: Magic, Machines, and Metaphors." Theorizing the Web (panel with Deb Chachra, Damien Williams, Karen Gregory, and Melissa Gira Grant), 17 April 2015

"Living With Our Daemons." Haunted Machines, 27 February 2015

Deep Lab Lecture Series. Carnegie Mellon University, 8 December 2014

"Crash Course in Digital Literacy." The Conference, 19 August 2014

“Just Do One Stupid Thing, and Other Secrets of Political Art.” workshop with Josh Begley. Open Knowledge Festival, 17 July 2014. Berlin, Germany.

"The Black Chamber." Conversation with James Bridle, Eyebeam, 20 May 2014

Recent Residencies, Fellowships, Grants

Journalism R&D Resident, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center (New York, NY). October 2017 - October 2018

Fellow, Experimental Research Lab at Autodesk/Pier 9 (San Francisco, CA). February 2016 - June 2016

Resident, Center for Land Use Interpretation (Wendover, UT). September 2015.

Grantee, Knight Foundation Prototype Fund with Surya Mattu. 2015.

Resident, Studio for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PH). Winter 2014

Fellow, Data and Society Research Institute (New York, NY). 2014-2015

Resident, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center (New York, NY). Spring 2014

Resident, The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY). Fall 2013

Resident, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swingspace Program (New York, NY). Fall 2011