| Leonardo/ISASTwith Arizona State University

Nathan Jones

Drat Lancaster University
United Kingdom
Focus area: AI (Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Fakes)

With Daphne Dragona, I have a paper upcoming in Leonardo Journal "Working with Scientists as ‘Specialist Audience’ for Arts that Address Climate Change". __ BIO: Nathan Jones is Senior Lecturer in Fine Art (Digital Media) at Lancaster University. His work combines methods from new media cultures, art criticism and literary practice. This hybrid artistic research, including insights on unicode, AI, speed readers and distributed networks has appeared at transmediale, NEME Cyprus, and Liverpool Biennial, and in PARSE Journal, the Bloomsbury Handbook for Electronic Literature, Media-N Journal, and DATABrowser. He is co-founder (with Sam Skinner) of Torque Editions, editing books such as Artists Re:Thinking the Blockchain (2017), The Act of Reading (2015), and BiblioTech (2023). His monograph Glitch Poetics (2022) was nominated for the N. Katherine Hayles Award. Currently, Jones’ “distributed critique” project explores how the knowledge made by contemporary art can be networked to other disciplinary areas, including initiatives with Onassis Centre, and Abandon Normal Devices.