This lecture reflects on how my practice and research braids cultural studies and archival practices to discover emergent use cases for digital mapping and artificial intelligence.
Curry J. Hackett is a transdisciplinary designer, public artist, and educator. His design and research practice, Wayside, looks to under-recognized patterns, narratives, and histories to inspire emergent forms of media, building, and art. Noteworthy projects include the Howard Theatre Walk of Fame, the DC High Water Mark project, and his recent experiments with artificial intelligence. Curry's work and writing have been featured in Bloomberg/Citylab, eflux, Metropolis, Architect Magazine, and the Washington Post.
Visitor website: www.wayside.studio
Event co-sponsors: Ricker Library of Architecture & Art