| Leonardo/ISASTwith Arizona State University

Guilherme Kujawski

Design academicat European Institute of Design
São Paulo, SP,
Focus area: Analog, Architecture, Art History, Climate, Atmospheric Science, Design, Digital Art, New Media, Ecology, Environment, Electronic, Digital Literature, Environmental Art, Eco Art, Land Art, Science Theory, Philosophy, Systems, UX, UI Design, Writing, Literature, Poetry

Guilherme Kujawski is a design academic, freelance writer and curator based in São Paulo, Brazil. He holds a MA in Media Art History (Donau-Universität Krems, Austria) and a Ph.D in Architecture (São Paulo University, Brazil). He represents a radical multi-disciplinary expert working at the intersection of art and design, technology and culture, literature and society. He was a crucial contributor to a series of biennale art exhibitions in Brazil that were internationally famous for both the curation of interactive art and the symposia to study the future of cybernetics and intelligent machines. Also, he is a published science-fiction writer and research futurist with a considerable following in Latin American and European countries. His interests, without claiming to be exhaustive, includes theory of resilience, unconventional computing, phenomenology of aesthetic experience, alternative infrastructures, vernacular architecture, bio-fabrication, transition design, soviet movies and critical future thinking.

Journal Articles:

Neocybernetic Art: Affect and Conversation in the Animal and the Machine

January 2018