Google Design’s SPAN conference explores the ways in which design and technology shape our everyday lives. I was invited to speak at the 2017 iteration in Pittsburgh, held on September 14 and 15. In a panel on Art and Interaction, I spoke about the ways I blur the boundaries of art technology in my work in and out of museums.
I also contributed a piece titled “Color Coding” to the SPAN Reader. In this writing, I highlight projects I’ve undertaken in which I attempt to transform the seeming messiness of cultural artifacts into a neat and ordered database; projects include Art Crayons and data visualizations of MoMA’s collection.