Tweet I am currently at Nobel Symposium 147 “Going Digital: Evolutionary and Revolutionary Aspects of Digitization” at the Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm. This is the first morning and the program will continue for the whole week. This morning … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2009
Tweet May 14, 2009. Galen Brandt in front of the 4K screen in HUMlab. Photographer: Samuel Bengtson.
Tweet Open Source Embroidery, an exhibition curated by HUMlab fellow Ele Carpenter presently showing at Bildmuseet in Umeå, is currently featured in Wired. The article “Geek Art: Needlework Brings Together Programmers, Crafters” was published yesterday.
Tweet I gave a talk yesterday in the lab for the Spaces for Learning conference at Umeå University. Here is the abstract: From optical fiber to conceptual cyberinfrastructure Could an acqarium or a bean bag be more important to a … Continue reading
Tweet The College Art Association has an interesting post in CAA News — on its website — about a new collaborative effort between the MLA and HASTAC to create guidelines to evaluate born-digital work for tenure — since born-digital scholarship … Continue reading
Tweet Last weekend I went to Ele’s opening of the Open Source Embroidery exhibition at Bildmuseet. It was so wonderfully put together, and the performance by Yusra Warsama, Jason Singh and David Littler was great. If I understand correctly that … Continue reading
Tweet While most of the university is slowing down (the semester is soon over), things remain rather hectic at HUMlab. This past weekend, Ele Carpenter’s exhibition Open Source Embroidery premiered at the BildMuseet, and this coming week the large-scale event Eclectic Tech Carnival will … Continue reading