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Ateliers for Research and Creation: Sha Xin Wei

April 02, 2018
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Humanities Center Conference Room D

Sha Xin Wei studied mathematics at Harvard University and then completed his MA and PhD at Stanford University. His doctorate at Stanford University was devoted to “differential geometric performance and the technologies of writing in mathematics, computer science, and history and philosophy of science.” It already reflected the interdisciplinary interests he continues to pursue in his career.

In 2001, he founded the Topological Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. He describes it as “a fresh and unique atelier for art based research about how to make the places in which we live richer but not more complicated”.

Sha Xin Wei is a co-editor of two journals: Artificial Intelligence and Society and Creative Interfaces and Computer Graphics. He is also a founding editor of the journal Transmutations and a co-editor of the Experimental Practices book series at Rodopi Press.


Hosted by:

  • Digital Media Studies
  • Art and Art History
  • Film and Media Studies
  • Visual and Cultural Studies
  • Audio and Music Engineering
  • Eastman Audio Research Studio
  • The Humanities Center
  • Digital Scholarship Lab

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