On October 21, 2020, Emily Bowe, Erin Simmons, and I joined Scott Knowles on COVIDCalls to discuss “Data and the Pandemic” [podcast]
I joined Jocelyn Frank and Dietmar Offenhuber for “Phenomenology and Data,” hosted by the Princeton-Mellon Research Forum on the Urban Environment, Princeton University (virtual), on September 16, 2020. My talk, “Data Made Material,” examined the ways data capture our multisensorial experiences of the pandemic and the compounding crises of 2020.
Invited Thesis Exhibition Respondent, “Looking From a Distance,” Royal College of Art, Architecture Thesis Exhibition, July 2020.
with Emily Bowe and Erin Simmons, “Learning from Lines: Critical COVID Data Visualizations and the Quarantine Quotidian,” Big Data & Society (July 2020).
“The Scalar Logics of COVID,” Harun Farocki Institut (April 25, 2020).
“Post-It Note City,” Places Journal (February, 2020)
“Local Codes: Spatial Forms of Knowledge,” Public Knowledge (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, January 18, 2019).
“A Map That Tracks Everything,” The Atlantic (November 30, 2018)