He has been a guest lecturer at NYU's ITP program, UCLAï's DMA program, and SCI-ARC and his work has been shown at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Wing Luke Asian Museum, McLeod Residence Gallery, Wired NextFest, San Francisco Exploratorium, and the San Francisco Independent Film Festival. He graduated in 1998 with a degree in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design.
"Why would anybody need more than 256 colors." -- Robert Hodgin (age 16)
I am embarrassed that I used to be this short-sighted. I have since fully embraced my addiction to wanting more. I want more colors. I want more resolution. I want more frames per second. I crave bigger numbers. During my talk, I will explore the bigness of numbers and I will show how my work from the last decade is hopefully just practice for what the future of computation will bring us.
This talk takes place at The Varsity Theater. *Bring your Eyeo Festival badge to get in. Doors open at 7:00pm.
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