Celebrate! – netart features 2919
10 Years JavaMuseum
Jeremy Hight is a new media and locative media artist/writer/theorist. He created the spatial
narrative in the first locative narrative project “34 north 118 west” (winner of the grand jury prize at the art in motion festival). He developed the initial concept and collaborated on the earthquake data driven text and image animation project “carrizo parkfield diaries” (in the whitney artport). He has published several papers including his most well known “narrative archaeology”. He has presented at conferences including the “mit 4 work of stories”
conference at mit, has a paper published on the mit website and has an essay about his work and reading the landscape’s data coming out soon in leonardo out of mit.
Jeremy Hight participates in
showcase curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne