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My Review of Nathaniel Stern’s “Interactive Art and Embodiment”

My review of Nathaniel Stern‘s new book Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance was published in Art Journal earlier this month. You can download the pdf of the article from Taylor and Francis (unfortunately there is a … Continue reading

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#AcWriMo Day 9 & 10 Report

Over the weekend I got some work done on my book proposal and editing of one of the chapters of my book. The chapter I am is an reworked and expanded version of my article published in Inflexions, “Tentatively Constructing … Continue reading

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Updates to My Publications Page

Just a quick note to say that I have updated my publications page to reflect some of the forthcoming articles that will appearing hopefully within the next year. The first one that should published is my article on two late … Continue reading

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The Pacific Garbage Patch: An Accumulation of Accidents

I found this paper I presented three years ago at Performance Studies International 15 on my hard drive about the nonhuman performance the Pacific Ocean has been conducting for decades we call the Pacific Garbage Patch. After reading again, I am … Continue reading

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AcWriMo 2012

It is November 1st and is the first day of Academic Writing Month, otherwise know as AcWriMo. This is an opportunity to write with a very lager support group (last year over 350 people participated) and get that chapter, article, or series … Continue reading

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Many Firsts

For my first post on this blog I am happy to announce that my first peer-reviewed article appeared online today in Fibreculture. It is entitled “From Representation to Sensation: The Transduction of Images in John F. Simon Jr.’s ‘Every Icon’.” This … Continue reading

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