Technical Evangelist, Adobe Creative SDK, Adobe
Ash is the Technical Evangelist for the Adobe Creative SDK, where he leads community events, creates open-source sample apps, and writes technical articles. Ash has founded the Creative Apps Community meetup in New York and San Francisco, and Coffee and Coding Conundrum in New York and Osaka. Ash also speaks at developer-focused conferences, leading live coding sessions to help developers learn how to get the most out of the Creative SDK.
China Blue is an art pioneer who is a nominated two year Artist-in-Residence with the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute at the Rhode Island Hospital. She has received two NASA/RI Space Grants. One was for her research of the sounds of meteorite impacts created by NASA’s Vertical Gun and she is the first person to record Paris' Eiffel Tower. She investigates and explores bioacoustics, ultra and infrasonic sampling devices, brain wave... Read More →
artist, faculty, School of Visual Arts
Currently living in Brooklyn, Eric takes the urban landscape as a medium in which to create site-specific video installations in the public realm. He teaches interaction design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he is also Lead Web Designer and Developer. | www.ericcorriel.com
Jesse is a developer and engineer who's passionate about technology's role in solving modern problems. His creations are broadly based, but music is a theme that keeps coming back to him. You might find him at random hackathons in the city, or building a desalinator on a rooftop in midtown.
Artist, Daniel Temkin
Hi. I'm here to talk about programming languages as an art medium (esolangs and related code art). I'm interested in practices that misuse code && data, including glitch and algorithmic photography.