Warren Sack

Software Designer and Media Theorist , United States



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His work explores theories and designs for online public space and public discussion; B.A. from Yale College and an S.M. and Ph.D.from the MIT Media Laboratory, Boston; assistant professor at the University of California Berkeley; research scientist at the MIT Media Laboratory, and research collaborator in the Interrogative Design Group at the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies; currently teaching at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in the Film & Digital Media Department. He has recently been working with artist and designer Sawad Brooks on the “Translation Map”, a network art-research project that interrogates "translation." The project was awarded an Emerging Artists/Emerging Medium grant from the Walker Art Center and the Jerome Foundation and was shown in the Walker Art Center exhibition How Latitudes Become Forms/Translocations and can be seen online here: translationmap.walkerart.org.


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