| Leonardo/ISASTwith Arizona State University

Jeremy Hight

professorat washington state university
United States
Focus area: AI (Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Fakes), Analog, Architecture, Art History, Augmented Reality, Biology, Body, Self, Chemistry, Climate, Atmospheric Science, Cognitive Science, Neuroscience, Neuroaesthetics, Data Art, Science, Design, Digital Art, New Media, Digital Culture, Digital Humanities, Disability Studies, Ecology, Environment, Electronic, Digital Literature, Generative Practices, Generative Art, Geography, Geo-Locative, Mapping, Linguistics, Marine, Ocean Science, Net Art, Photography, Physics, Robotics, Electronics, Science Theory, Philosophy, Site Specific, Place Making, Social Media, Social Networks, Systems, Virtual Reality, Visual Culture, Visual Studies, Wearables,Connected self, Writing, Literature, Poetry

Jeremy Hight created the field of Locative Narrative in 2002 with the collaborative project 34 North 118 West.  His collaborative digital poetics work Carrizo Parkfield Diaries is in the permanent digital collection of the Whitney museum in New York. He is the author of many essays and book chapters on semiotics, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, interface design, philosophy, electronic literature, electronic literature, virtual reality, cognition,robotics, art/science and aesthetics and art history. He teaches in the DTC program at Washington State University.  He chaired panels at ISEA 2020 on mixed reality and sound art.  His work is in several archives. His recent research is in utilizing constructs in cellular biology, chemistry and biomimetics tied to artificial intelligence and new narrative form and typography.   His  latest research is on organic computing,biomimetics, soft robotics and ecology.