I am mostly in Montreal teaching COMS 411: Disability, Technology, and Communication. There will be trips to Penn State, the University of Chicago, Northwestern (Great Lakes Association for Sound Studies), Atlanta (American Studies), Oslo. I am submitting a SSHRC Insight Grant application on artificial intelligence and culture. Winter term, I will be returning full time… Continue reading Fall 2018
Mostly in Montreal with a 2 week tour of Europe in June and some vacation. I’m working on a paper on AI and mastering (co-authored with Elena Razlogova), a SSHRC grant application, and an essay on my voice, among other things. I will return to Tuning Time: Histories of Sound and Speed (co-authored with Mara… Continue reading Summer 2018
Presenting work in progress with Mara Mills. Email the series coordinator for more details.
I am in residence as a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, in the Epistemes of Modern Acoustics Group. With Mara Mills, I will be completing a co-written book manuscript tentatively titled The Speed of Sound: Sequences from the History of Time-Stretching and Pitch Shifting (or is it Tuning… Continue reading Fall 2017
I am in Montreal mostly, transitioning into sabbatical, which officially begins on 1 July. In fall term I will be in residence as a visiting scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, in the Epistemes of Modern Acoustics Group. There, with Mara Mills, I will be completing a co-written book manuscript… Continue reading Summer 2017
Conference on disability and technology, 22 May. I will also be a scholar in residence for the week.
“Beyond the Analog Revival: Constructing Digital Models of Analog Signal Processors,” keynote, “Authentic Artifice,” 2017 meeting of the Society for Intermedial Aesthetics.
At Drawn & Quarterly, in conversation with Damon Krukowski about his book The New Analog.
Keynote, conference on the history of compression. More details TBA.
Autism and music event, details TBA.