For my Art History Senior Thesis, or so-called “Comps” at Carleton College, I gave a historical comparative analysis of art that has striven in either form or function to provoke illusion in the viewer or cause the psychological phenomenon of immersion. From these works I traced the evolution of illusionistic concepts into the immersive [...]
In the Spring of 2006 I co-developed a happening funded by the Art & Art History Department of Carleton College along with the Carleton Administration. Combining inexpensive and readily available building materials with live video and lighting, we created an indoor video landscape for an estimated 500 participants.
Encouraged to adopt the guise of [...]
Nearing the end of my time at Carleton College, I sought to find and document those events – in a confluence of very special conditions – that only occur in such a college environment. The removed, rural setting of the college and intensely academic though thoroughly eccentric student populous produces many of these [...]
Now in his third and final year as head of the station, [Cameron Nordholm] credited streaming audio – which allows listeners to tune in worldwide by visiting krlx.org – with changing the focus of a station that has been on the air since 1948.
Song requests from listeners in Minneapolis are regular [...]
In preparation for my senior thesis project entitled Illusion, Immersion and the Myth of Total Reality, partly based on the work of Oliver Grau in his book Virual Art (2003 MIT Press), I prepared several written and visual overviews on the history of digital and virtual art.
This project examined salient topics [...]
After assuming the position of Producer at KRLX-FM in Northfield, MN, I went straight to work building it’s web presence, then non-existent. By 2003 it was painfully clear that the station needed to incorporate digital content into its repertoire in order to remain relevant in a student sea of early adopters. [...]
For the Art After New Media course I spent much of our time examining the link between information and interface. My first project examined the map as an interface for the actions of our daily lives. I project my movements throughout the day in a breadcrumb fashion throughout the campus and also lay the communications [...]
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