SITEspecific: wireless networks and urban art practice

California College of ArtSpring 2007

California College of Art Spring 2006

Mills College Spring 2004

San Francsico Art Institute Fall 2003 (taught with Elizabeth Goodman).

SITEspecific explores emerging technologies of wireless networks and locative media as platforms for urban art practice. As public and private, local and global are collapsed by the infiltration of portable electronics and the invisible flows of wireless connectivity, our experience of the urban environment grows increasingly complex. SITEspecific approaches these changing notions of urban space as opportunities for artistic intervention. It proposes that artists use the emerging technologies of wireless networks and locative media to invent new forms of public practice.